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This webinar was held on 24th November 2021
Who should attend
Line Managers who are responsible for teams, directors, HR and diversity leads and business owners.
The workforce is now made up of four different generations and managing multigenerational teams in an inclusive way that gets the best out of everyone can be challenging.
As part of National Older Workers Week, sponsored by QA, this event will bring together those organisations that have successfully managed multigenerational teams. They will share the challenges they have faced and how these have been overcome, whether that is combatting ageism – both against young and old – in their processes and policies or promoting lifelong learning.
Areas of focus will include:
Our panel brings years of experience of managing multigenerational teams and understanding the needs of older workers:
Kim Chaplain, Associate Director, Centre of Ageing Better
We are pleased to announce that Kim Chaplain will be joining us from the Centre for Ageing Better. Kim has over 30 year of experience in the employment and skills sector spanning both operational and policy roles.
Ninoska Leppard, Group Personnel and Development Director, Corbin & King
Ninoska‘s first venture with Chris and Jeremy began in February 1994 when she was appointed Head of Personnel & Development for Caprice Holdings Limited. Upon the establishment of Corbin & King Restaurants, Ninoska became Head of Personnel from 2003 – 2005. She then worked part time as a Personnel Consultant before assuming the role of Learning & Development Manager and subsequently Group Head of Personnel & Development in April 2014. Since September 2018, Ninoska has been Director of Personnel & Development for the Group.
Dawn Moore, Group Director of People, J Murphy & Sons Ltd
Dawn Moore from J Murphy & Sons Ltd has over 26 years of HR experience and has received numerous awards for her work on culture change, people strategy, learning and development and diversity and inclusion – work which has made a tangible difference to the organisations she has worked for and which others have learned from.
David Blackburn, Chief People Officer, Financial Services Compensation Scheme
David Blackburn from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme is one of the most awarded HR professionals working in the UK today and listed as one the top 100 HR Directors in the World in the HRD Global 100 2021. David has nurtured a multi-generational workplace where people of different age groups enjoy working together, mentoring each other and sharing their experience and expertise.
We will also be joined by a representative from:
Our chair is:
Gillian Nissim, Founder of WM People
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