Marty Nemko, Career Coach; Author; Former Columnist; Radio Host
It's almost a mantra: "Do what you love and the money will follow." Alas, too many people do what they love – and starve. How do you decide what's right for you? Join Nemko for an in-depth discussion. Nemko was named "The Bay Area's Best Career Coach" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian and "Job Coach Extraordinaire" by U.S. News. Read more »
Johanna Steans, Senior Program Manager for Diversity & Inclusion, Esurance Marcella Kutek, Diversity & Inclusion Manager, Kaiser Permanente Erby Foster, Director of Diversity & Inclusion, The Clorox Company Antoine Andrews, Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Gap Inc.
Inclusive diversity and talent management are critical to long-term business suc Read more »
I Must Resist - Updating Bayard Rustin's Dream of Work for All
Michael Long, Author Andrea Shorter, CEO, Atlas Strategies
The March on Washington was largely about jobs and equality. And gay activist Rustin was a driving organizer behind the march at the culmination of which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous "I Have A Dream" speech. The community organizing legacies of Rustin and King continue today. Read more »
Baby Boomers Defer Retirement for "Encore Careers"
Marc Freedman, Author, The Big Shift; CEO, Civic Ventures
Remember “the golden years”? The time of life when you shed your job and the shackles of time schedules for the free-flying freedom of retirement? How quaint. These days, more and more Americans are nixing the notion of retirement in their 50s, 60s or even 70s. One of them is Freedman of Berkeley, whose latest book, The Big Shift, paints a bold picture of the new paradigm. Read more »
Jeffrey D. Yergler, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management and Chair of the Undergraduate Management Department, Golden Gate University; Principal, Integer Leadership Consulting
Unemployment is often a devastating experience, going beyond upending the financial stability of the individual. Unemployment can impact marriages, children, friendships and social participation. Read more »
The Shared Economy: Doing Business with the Joneses
Lisa Gansky, Author, The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing Shelby Clark, Founder and Chief Community Officer, RelayRides Leah Busque, Founder and CEO, TaskRabbit Cory Smith, CEO, Hub Bay Area and SOCAP Nate Blecharczyk, CTO and Co-founder, Airbnb Liz Gannes, Senior Editor, AllThingsDigital – Moderator
Walk a block and borrow your neighbor’s lawn mower. Read more »
Monday Night Philosophy investigates one aspect of the future of work, and finds a resurgence, in different dress, of the institution of human slavery. We'll look at the controversial topic of prison populations in the U.S., which are continuing to surge; the labor of many of those forcibly idled inmates is being put to use. Are long prison terms for petty crimes a recruiting tool? Read more »