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SAME Young Professionals COI Webinar: Navigating Generational Diversity in the Workplace

About This Webinar

While a multigenerational workforce is beneficial, it can also lead to challenges. Professionals in each age demographic have their own work styles, approaches, and experiences. Communication skills, adaptability, technical skills, learning styles, and cross-departmental collaboration are just a few of the areas in which leaders recognize differences between employees of different generations. While leading a generationally diverse team can be challenging, well-managed multigenerational firms experience many benefits from the broad range of skills and experiences. Discover how to bridge the gaps of a multigenerational workforce to provide a positive employee experience; leverage age-related differences to support employee retention efforts, business sustainability, and succession planning; and enable individuals to fulfill their professional potential.


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Project Manager, Jacobs
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition & Inclusion
Masai Lawson is Chair of Gannett Fleming’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Steering Committee. Over the past five years and with the support of senior leadership, Masai has taken the lead in developing the framework, promoting, and supporting Gannett Fleming’s vision and strategy to become a more inclusive, equitable, and diverse organization, while also creating a culture of belonging. For the past 12 years, Masai has also worn the hat of Senior Manager of Talent Acquisition, where she and her team focus on translating a need to recruit top talent into strategic talent acquisition initiatives with a focus on high touch candidate engagement, mapping recruiting efficiencies to impact overall business objectives, while at the same time promoting an employee-centric culture. Masai serves on the Board of Directors of Feel Your Bobbies, a non-profit that targets women under 40 with lifesaving calls to action through social media outreach and engagement. She is a Board Member of WITF, a public media outlet, where she is lending her support to their mission of amplifying voices of marginalized communities, and she sits on the DEI&B Steering Committee for the American Council of Engineering Companies. Though she now resides in the Greater Harrisburg area, she spent time growing up between Philadelphia and Los Angeles. Masai attended Drexel University, loves to travel, arranging flowers, hiking, and is addicted to Pure Barre.