Topic: Rehire don’t retire: how to keep the wisdom of your baby boomers to reduce the leadership gap.
If 80 are the new 60, your retiring baby boomers have the challenge and need to keep working. They might need the money as their retirement fund will not cover their longer lives and they need to stay active. On the other hand, you have a leadership gap because your talented millennials lack the experience to be the new leaders.
Create a win-win strategy in your organization establishing programs that will allow you to keep the wisdom of your retiring baby boomers and transfer it to your emerging leaders to reduce your leadership gap.
This program will present ideas on how to create a network of internal and external mentors, coaches and facilitators with your own experienced workforce to accelerate leadership and develop your people.
From mentoring programs to mastermind facilitators to professional coaching your retirees are an asset you can evolve instead of lose.
Retiring programs will benefit by participants learning how to create programs to retain wisdom of retiring people with effective programs.
- Learn how to retain wisdom of retiring employees with programs.
- Learn how to create an effective mentoring program.
- Learn how to use retiring employees to facilitate mastermind groups.
- Know a way to establish a coaching program for retiring employees.
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Knowledge Management, Coaching, Change Management
Speaker: Guillermo Mendoza Leadership Acceleration Expert
Guillermo is a leadership acceleration expert, speaker, author and executive coach. He is passionate about sharing the tools and experiences that he has helping executive leaders and their teams by creating consciousness, developing leadership and getting results. Guillermo is dedicated to empowering leaders to do what it takes to grow a successful organization developing talent in people. His authentic style and insight engages leaders to make the necessary changes to create transformations in their organizations and lives. His career in Microsoft started in sales and he expanded operations opening subsidiaries in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Panama before being named General Manager for the Caribbean and Central America region. Guillermo has taken this one and many lifetime experiences and combined it with neuroscience and emotional intelligence concepts to craft stories, strategies and life lessons that will engage, inspire, inform and influence your success. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.