With more than 23 million baby-boomers projected to exit the U.S. workforce in large numbers over the next years, businesses are bracing for a dramatic increase in retirement rates and a widening gap in corporate knowledge and leadership. Meanwhile, more than 40 million new workers will enter the workforce during that same timeframe.
This swing in labor resources creates both risk and opportunity for employers, particularly as senior leadership reaches retirement age and organizations look to the next wave of leadership development. Compounding the challenge is the increasing willingness of employees, in particular middle management, to jump ship after a particularly harsh economic lull.
This Chief Learning Officer magazine e-seminar will help learning executives understand the new dynamics and prepare for the change in leadership requirements. Panelists will consider key pillars that enable the next wave of leadership development, including the learning environment, communication, trust, advancement and visibility.
Join us Wednesday, January 5, 2005, at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific
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