Surfing the Silver Tsunami: 5 Ways HR Can Navigate the Post-Boomer Retirement Era to Avoid Conflict and Improve Culture

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Download (DL)     $349.00 includes recorded presentation, slides, and Q&A
Duration: 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Raymond Lee, CEO, Careerminds
Price: $349.00, DL includes full audio presentation, question and answer session, and presentation slides.
CE Credits: This program has been approved for 1.5 general recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
Who Should Attend? HR, managers and supervisors, financial officers, in-house counsel, trainers, CEO

With generations being one of the greatest differences dividing your staff, HR leaders must act intentionally to unite employees of all ages, especially when it comes to adopting changing technologies and digital dependencies. Doing so not only allows businesses to reap the benefits of generational diversity and maximize cultural buy-in, but it also minimizes intergenerational conflict and potential HR nightmares. Fostering an environment of respect, inclusion, open communication, and freedom to create and implement ideas will help employers capitalize on their generations' diverse cognitive power and help future-proof organizations in the twenty-first century.

Please join Raymond Lee for a webinar that will help HR leaders transform their corporate culture by developing holistic strategies that optimize intergenerational human and digital collaboration. He will explore what HR leaders need to know about developing a multi-generational workforce in a fast-paced ever-changing VUCA environment; how to transfer knowledge and experience to an aging workforce that is real time and understandable; and how to develop new skills that offer new and fresh opportunities without alienating either side of the generational line.


Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • Learn how the digital transformation is impacting how jobs are being performed and how it impacts the skill gap of late stage career employees
  • Learn how reverse mentoring can develop an aging workforce to the ever-changing trends of technology and globalization and provide millennials with exposure to executive roles within the company
  • Learn how to foster generational diversity in order to gain a competitive advantage toward making a positive impact on employee morale, productivity, and retention


Your conference leader for “Surfing the Silver Tsunami: 5 Ways HR Can Navigate the Post-Boomer Retirement Era to Avoid Conflict and Improve Culture” is Raymond Lee. Raymond is the founder and CEO of Careerminds, a technology enabled outplacement and retirement coaching company launched in 2008. He has over 18 years of human resource, outplacement, and career consulting experience, and he’s also a certified retirement coach. Raymond pioneered the concept of virtual outplacement after years of delivering traditional outplacement in a variety of HR roles, and saw a big opportunity to align career transition programs with the way people were actually looking for jobs. When Raymond started the company, he had one goal in mind: to create forward thinking transition programs that reduced employee stress. This included developing robust software to personalize the transition experience for all levels of the organization, and hiring expert consultants to support participants every step of the way. Raymond holds a bachelor degree in psychology and a master degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Louisiana Tech University. He sits on the Careerminds board of directors, is the president of the Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy, and is an active speaker and contributor to HRPS & SHRM. Raymond’s been featured on SiriusXM 111 Business Radio, The Wall Street Journal and Fox Business News.


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