12 May May 12, 2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pmonlineIt is well documented that a diverse workforce is very critical to overall performance, productivity, and profitability. Yet, there is an area of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) that is often overlooked, but extremely valuable. And that is AGE. Also for the first time in history, there are now up to as many as five generations in today’s workforce. Every age cohort, from the “emerging" professional, to the “experienced-rich” leader, has a quiver of unique perspectives and insights that can contribute to the collective success of organizations. Which is why "mutual mentoring" relationships are so powerful. During this session, Adrion will outline how the last forgotten “ism” (ageism) is unfortunately affecting many professionals across ALL generations. And why having an age inclusive approach is so invaluable to maximizing your impact as coaches — especially for this post pandemic moment of the "Great Resignation/Reshuffle." This is a public webinar. Presenter: Adrion Porter Register Adrion is a speaker, age inclusion advocate, brand builder, and the founder of Mid-Career Mastery. He is also the creator of the #FabulousOver40 Spotlight Series on LinkedIn, and the podcast creator and host of Gen X Amplified. He is on a passionate mission to help people 40+ thrive at work and maximize their impact on the world. As a speaker and thought partner, Adrion frequently speaks to organizations around the world about his signature frameworks for getting unstuck at mid-career, the value of age diversity, and how to build a powerful personal brand at any age. Some of his clients include Humana, The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), Hired Inc., Atlanta Hawks, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, and others. A self-proclaimed 20+ year recovering corporate marketer, Adrion has worked as an executive for multiple preeminent brands including HBO, Cartoon Network, Citi, and as the CMO of a media and tech non-profit. Adrion holds an MBA from Vanderbilt University, and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from the University of Memphis, and currently lives in the Greater Atlanta Area with his wife and their two children. For more info, please visit: adrionporter.com.