The definitive guide to maximizing workforce value.
The Talent Revolution exposes work–life longevity as the most influential driver transforming today’s workplace, a competitive edge for organizations smart enough to capitalize on it.
Through case studies, metrics, strategies, and tactics, The Talent Revolution explores the impact of workforce demographics on the Future of Work and provides new, actionable strategies for turning an aging workforce into a competitive advantage.
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The Talent Revolution: Longevity and The Future of Work
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About Lisa Taylor
Lisa Taylor is a sought-after expert, speaker, and columnist on today’s changing world of work. As President of Challenge Factory and the Centre for Career Innovation, Lisa offers invaluable leadership and insights about the Future of Work—with a focus on how talent equity, demographics, the freelance economy, and new market dynamics present opportunities to gain strategic workforce and career advantage. In addition to The Talent Revolution, she is the author of the Retain and Gain series of career management playbooks for small businesses and non-profits and charities.
After receiving her MBA in Strategic Management and Public Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, Lisa held progressive roles at Deloitte and Hewlett-Packard. In 2014, Lisa was recognized by the Urban Land Institute as one of Canada’s Top 100 Women for her work in leadership, employment, and city building. She was also recognized by the Career Professionals of Canada as their 2015 Outstanding Career Leader.
Lisa sits on the Boards of Directors of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Regiment Association and CERIC, and she also co-chairs CERIC’s Marketing Committee. She is a member of the Canadian Council for Career Development’s Standards and Guidelines stakeholder committee, and a representative for Team Canada with the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy.