Please plan to attend the Age-Inclusive Management Strategies (AIMS) Colorado Conference on September 28, 2022, at 9 a.m. MDT at the History Colorado Center in Denver. The event will also be live streamed for those who are not able to join us in person.
This event will resonate with human resources professionals, company executives, business leaders, NGOs, and all those interested in fostering multigenerational workforces including the 50-plus worker. Expect to learn:
- Learn from employers who are part of the first generation to adopt our Age-Inclusive Management Strategies program.
- Hear from local and national aging and work experts, and state of Colorado leadership.
- Network with HR professionals, corporate executives, business leaders, nonprofit groups, academics, and others interested in fostering multigenerational workforces.
Governor Jared Polis is invited to kick off the day. Speakers include: Joe Barela, Executive Director, CO Department of Labor and Employment; Chip Conley, founder and CEO, Modern Elder Academy (via pre-recorded video); Richard Eisenberg, aging expert, unretired freelance writer and editor; Rick Guzzo, co-founder of Mercer’s Workforce Sciences Institute; Kerry Hannon, workplace futurist, author, and Yahoo Finance senior columnist; Heather Tinsley-Fix, Senior Advisor, Financial Resilience, AARP; and other local and national experts. SHRM recertification credits are available.
To register for this free event and see more details, visit: TransamericaInstitute.org/AIMS. (The event will also be live streamed for those who are not able to join in person.)
Age-Inclusive Management Strategies (AIMS) Colorado is a multi-year project transforming the way employers shape the future of aging in Colorado, by addressing how they meet the needs and preferences of experienced employees (age 50+ workers). It is a collaboration between University of Iowa College of Public Health and nonprofit Transamerica Institute® and is funded by a grant from NextFifty Initiative, a CO-based nonprofit.
Transamerica Institute is a nonprofit, private foundation and is funded by contributions from Transamerica Life Insurance Company and its affiliates.