Leveraging a Multigenerational Workforce for Competitive Advantage

2020 Annual Conference & Exposition

As today’s employees stay in the workforce longer, a key component for any company is to leverage how different generations can work together effectively. There are unique benefits to every generation that companies can maximize to create a competitive advantage. In particular, recognizing the contributions and skillsets of our older workers to combat ageism is critical for success.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 10:30am to 10:48am

Margaret Simonis


Margaret Simonis serves as the director of undergraduate programs for the College of Business at Western Governors University. This includes leadership for 500+ faculty and over 40 leaders. Margaret joined Western Governors University in 2008 and has worked in the higher education field for 16 years. Before joining WGU, Margaret held roles in wellness & health education and in student services.  Hiring, training, and change management are all areas that Margaret has extensive experience with. Margaret earned her master’s degree from Ball State University and resides in Pittsburgh, PA.

Session Type: 
Smart Stage
Global & Cultural Effectiveness
Relationship Management
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