Gender, Diversity, & Generations

Gender, Diversity, & Generations

The millennial generation will account for 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025. Cultures, organizational processes, and how work gets done will be created by and for millennials. What's more, organizational attention is focused on creating a pipeline of female talent. Learn about research and practices that cut across the divides of gender and generations.

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Developing Female Millennial Talent

In this session Lauren Noel, Director of Women’s Leadership Initiatives at ICEDR is joined by Strategic Adviser Christie Hunter Arscott and Kendra Thomas, the Director of Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives in the Americas for Pearson. They discuss results of their recent research on female millennial talent.


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Developing Next-Generation Organizations and Leaders

Jon Harding, Global Head of Culture and Talent, and Byron Rienstra, HR Director, Group COO & Functions from Barclays discuss Developing Next-Generation Organizations and Leaders at Barclays during this November 2016 ICEDR session.

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Pearson Presentation: 30% Cross-Company Mentoring Programme

Abu Bundu-Kamara, Director Diversity and Inclusion, EMEA and APAC, Pearson, discusses the 30% Cross-Company Mentoring Programme for high potential women.

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Diversity Competencies for Leadership Development

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Chief Learning Officer magazine partnered to ask 800+ leaders how their organizations drive leadership development through diversity competencies to promote inclusive workplace cultures. Our most recent white paper summarizing the results of this research uncovers:
- How organizations are redefining the competencies their leaders need to manage a more diverse, globally distributed workforce
- What qualities they are focusing on
- How leaders are asked to support diversity and inclusion goals and how success is measured

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