200 SE Oak St
Minneapolis, MN 55455
About the Program:
Designing for Age Diversity in the Workplace
While Millennials get all the headlines, much more interesting things are happening at the other end of the age spectrum. People over 55 represent the fastest growing segment of the U.S. workforce. Ten thousand baby boomers turn 65 every day and will for the next decade, and 75% intend to continue to work in some fashion. Tapping into this pool of highly experienced and knowledgeable workers is a critical opportunity for companies facing one of the most significant talent shortages in 50 years.
Join us as Erik Lucken, RSP Director of Workplace Strategy, presents how the multi-generational workforce came to be, and how smart, intentional design of office buildings and workplaces can help to attract, retain, engage, and empower all five generations present in the U.S. workforce today.
Discussion Objectives and Key Takeaways:
- Identify the forces that are creating the first truly multi-generational workforce in the U.S.
- Recognize the benefits of a multi-generational workforce for people, teams, organizations, and the economy
- Distinguish between fact and fiction regarding common generational stereotypes on workstyle and workplace preferences;
- Demonstrate how strategic design of office buildings and workplaces can help to attract, retain, and leverage an age-diverse workforce.
Who should you invite?
Your designers, move coordinators, and project team members along with your HR manager. Anyone who influences the design of your work environments.
About the Speaker:
Erik Lucken is Director of Workplace Strategy for RSP Architects, one of the country’s largest architectural practices. Serving clients from small start-ups to Fortune 100 corporations, he collaborates with teams across RSP’s six locations to align design solutions to organizational goals.
For the last 15 years, Erik has studied the intersection of business performance and the workplace environment, focused on the design imperative to support both how and why people work today. Leveraging quantitative and qualitative research, Lucken has published insights on critical workplace drivers such as mobility, wellbeing, and workforce demographics. Erik has a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Olaf College and a Master of Architecture Degree from Iowa State University.
Date: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
McNamara Alumni Center
200 Oak Street SE
Thomas Swaine Room
Minneapolis, MN 55455
- 11:30 am – 11:40 am: Networking
- 11:40 am – 12:00 pm: Chapter Announcements
- 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm: Program
- 12:50 pm – 1:00 pm: Questions/Answers
Registration: Registration has closed. Onsite registration is available.
IFMA validates parking at the following parking garages on campus. You will receive your validation coupon upon check-in at the registration desk.
- University Parking Ramp
- Oak Street Parking Ramp
- Washington Parking Ramp
Late/Walk-In Registration & Cancellation Policy:
A $10 late/walk-in fee will be applied and charged for any member or non-member who registers within 5 days of the event.
Written request for cancellations/refunds must be received 24 hours prior to the event. Cancellations made after the 24-hour deadline or day of the event will not be honored.