From: South Asian Business Association at Stern
Date: July 2, 2009
Subject: SABAS & Asia Society Present: A Cocktail EVENT .... REGISTER BY JULY 6



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SABAS, Center for Work-Life Policy,

Asia Society and

Harvard Business Review

are pleased to invite you to celebrate the Harvard Business Review publication of

How Gen Y and Boomers Will Reshape Your Agenda

A discussion and cocktail reception

Thursday, July 16, 2009,

6:00 pm Registration; 6:30-8:00 pm Program; 8:00-9:00 pm Reception

Asia Society 725 Park Avenue (70th Street) New York City

Your oldest and youngest talent cohorts demand many of the same things in a workplace – and have the numbers to get their way.

Right now, managers of people are operating in full recessionary mode. As the economy recovers, however, companies will return to the challenge of winning over enough highly capable professionals to drive renewal and growth. Only then will they realize that the landscape of talent management has been transformed. The combination of Generation Y eagerly advancing up the professional ranks and Baby Boomers refusing to retire, is dramatically shifting the composition of the workforce. More important, Boomers and Ys are together redefining what constitutes a great place to work.

Join us as we unveil new research and explore new strategies for cultivating, engaging and retaining this critically important talent.

Moderated by Deborah Feyerick, Correspondent, CNN

Remarks by special guests including:

We hope you are able to join us.

RSVP by Monday, July 6

 

Invitations are not transferable. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. Names must be on the guest list for admittance.

 

Research sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, Time Warner and UBS.

 

About the Hidden Brain Drain Task Force:  Five years ago the Center for Work-Life Policy launched a private sector Task Force entitled "The Hidden Brain Drain” to explore the challenge of how to fully realize female and multicultural talent over the lifespan. This initiative is comprised of senior executives from 50 leading-edge global organizations and is led by Sylvia Ann Hewlett, a Columbia University economist, renowned author and expert on these subjects. Task Force Co-Chairs include American Express, Bloomberg, Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, and Time Warner

EVENT

SABAS & Asia Society cocktail event : How Gen Y and Boomers Will Reshape Your Agenda

Thursday, July 16, 2009
6:00pm - 1:00pm
Asia Society : 70th and Park, 44 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012,
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On behalf of the SABAS and Asia Society, We would like to invite you to the upcoming event on July 16th program entitled “How Gen Y and Boomers Will Reshape Your Agenda” collaborated with Center for Work-Policy and Harvard Business Review. Please see the event detail below.

Center for Work-Life Policy,

Asia Society and

Harvard Business Review

are pleased to invite you to celebrate the Harvard Business Review publication of

How Gen Y and Boomers Will Reshape Your Agenda

A discussion and cocktail reception

Thursday, July 16, 2009,

6:00 pm Registration; 6:30-8:00 pm Program; 8:00-9:00 pm Reception

Asia Society • 725 Park Avenue (70th Street) • New York City

Your oldest and youngest talent cohorts demand many of the same things in a workplace – and have the numbers to get their way.

Right now, managers of people are operating in full recessionary mode. As the economy recovers, however, companies will return to the challenge of winning over enough highly capable professionals to drive renewal and growth. Only then will they realize that the landscape of talent management has been transformed. The combination of Generation Y eagerly advancing up the professional ranks and Baby Boomers refusing to retire, is dramatically shifting the composition of the workforce. More important, Boomers and Ys are together redefining what constitutes a great place to work.

Join us as we unveil new research and explore new strategies for cultivating, engaging and retaining this critically important talent.

Moderated by Deborah Feyerick, Correspondent, CNN

Remarks by special guests including:

Adi Ignatius, Editor in Chief, Harvard Business Review
David Eun, Vice President, Google
Patricia Fili-Krushel, Executive Vice President Administration, Time Warner
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, President, Center for Work-Life Policy
Horacio Rozanski, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
Jing Ulrich, Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase
We hope you are able to join us.

RSVP by Monday, July 6

Register online at: www.worklifepolicy.org/rsvp or call +1 212 315 2333

Business Attire



Invitations are not transferable. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. Names must be on the guest list for admittance.



Research sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, Time Warner and UBS.


Please RSVP by no later than Monday July 6th.



About the Hidden Brain Drain Task Force: Five years ago the Center for Work-Life Policy launched a private sector Task Force entitled "The Hidden Brain Drain” to explore the challenge of how to fully realize female and multicultural talent over the lifespan. This initiative is comprised of senior executives from 50 leading-edge global organizations and is led by Sylvia Ann Hewlett, a Columbia University economist, renowned author and expert on these subjects. Task Force Co-Chairs include American Express, Bloomberg, Booz Allen Hamilton, Ernst & Young, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, and Time Warner.




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