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Future Works: Managing Intergenerational Talent

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From the team who brought you Future Works: Equipping Leaders to Champion Diversity with inclusion speaker Hayley Barnard, Future Works returns for the second instalment in a four-part series of thought-provoking and informative speaker and professional perspective panel events addressing recruitment challenges to secure our working futures.

On the 19th June, over a simple lunch from the Alpine, at the iMuseum on Kingswood Grove, four career shapers share a fantastic insight into managing talent in a multigenerational workforce, stewarded by journalist and presenter Beth Espey.

Panellists will debate and challenge common approaches to a core challenge companies are facing today – how to harness the skills and work styles of 5 different generations for talent development and to create productive synergies.


On the agenda:


  • What to think about when recruiting a multigenerational workforce
  • How to lead, inspire and effectively engage a multigenerational workforce
  • The different needs of millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers and their experience expectations
  • Prime motivators for each generation
  • The business benefit of uniting a multigenerational workforce


Registration is free and includes lunch (12:30 – 2:00pm). Places are limited and we expect Future Works: Managing Intergenerational Talent to be another sell-out event. We’d therefore encourage you to register at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.

Future Works is brought to you by leading Recruitment Agency Search and Select and Global Life Assurance business Zurich International. Organised by Bold Consultancy.




Meet the shapers


Mark Dougherty

Mark is Managing Director of DQ Advocates a leading law practice on the Isle of Man and has been a practising lawyer for over 20 years as well as a notary public. Mark has extensive experience having practised both in the Isle of Man and Bermuda in corporate and commercial law and is ranked as a leading individual in his fields of law on the Island by both Chambers (Corporate and Finance) and Legal 500 (Corporate and Commercial). Mark regularly advises multi-national companies, listed entities, banks and private equity houses as well as high net worth individuals in a wide range of Isle of Man corporate and commercial matters. He is the Law Society representative on the new Isle of Man Government Department of Enterprise Finance Agency, as well as on the IOM Government Regulatory and Legislative Innovation Working Group and has also sat on the IOM Law Society council for many years as head of the education committee.


Jess Kelly

Jess is currently Head of Marketing and Business Intelligence at the Department for Enterprise following a career in financial services and public sector marketing. Jess sits on the committee for Love Tech, a not for profit initiative aimed at inspiring and empowering girls and young women to explore opportunities in STEM. Jess is also a board member of Digital Isle of Man, an Executive Agency responsible for the thriving Digital sector in the Isle of Man.


Andrew Morgan

Andrew has over fifteen years' experience working within the offshore business environment during which time he has focused primarily on VAT and the structuring of luxury assets such as Yachts and Aircraft. In his role as Managing Director of Affinity Management Services Limited, Andrew is responsible for overseeing both the business development and client services function across all sectors. Andrew is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), the Institute of Directors (IoD) and also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree.


Anne Murray

With a career spanning over 30 years, with over 17 years' experience of working specifically in Recruitment, Learning & Development, Leadership & HR roles for several global businesses working with and motivating multigenerational and multicultual workforces has been part of my every day, I have had significant exposure to change and have dealt with a varied spectrum of situations. I bring a wealth of skills, experience and knowledge. Ensuring that everyone is included, listened to and valued is key to organisational success.


Beth Espey (Chair)

Beth Espey has been a journalist and radio presenter on Manx Radio for nearly 17 years after graduating from Lancaster University. During that time she has presented news and current affairs and has been heavily involved in providing coverage of the past three General elections on the Isle of Man. In 2015 she developed and began presenting a new show which took a different look at contemporary women’s issues. In April this year, the format of the show changed and Beth now produces and co-presents ‘Late Lunch’ a topical magazine chat show every weekday afternoon on Manx Radio. The programme reflects what it’s like to live on the Island in the 21st Century, with a particular emphasis on emotional well-being which Beth is particularly passionate about.




About Future Works


Future Works events are designed to inspire, inform and motivate employers, high potential employees and career movers and shakers, while addressing the common challenges of skills shortages, retention and recruitment.

Future Works introduces audiences to a carefully curated group of specialist speakers and subject matter experts. They will shed light on employment trends, the future of work, becoming a destination employer, the employee experience and misaligned expectations and getting ahead in your career, at any level.

Attendees can expect to leave with fresh insight, practical tools and valuable connections needed to find, create and nurture the best career and business opportunities on the Isle of Man.


Who is Future Works for?


Next level employers:


  • How to position your company as an employer of choice

  • How to get the most out of your employees and sustain enthusiasm

  • How to create a positive workplace culture that drives engagement, impacts happiness, motivates and influences performance

  • How to improve candidate’s recruitment journey/process

  • The benefits of working with a recruitment agency

  • Get closer to future employees and deepen your understanding of candidate’s expectations and experience requirements

  • Networking


Career movers and shapers/employees:


  • How to make valuable connections with future employers

  • How to get ahead of the game for future jobs and skills in demand

  • Understanding your responsibilities and new regulations


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