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New Hire Onboarding
Business Management Daily
Webinar, April 23, 2014

Succession Planning for the 21st Century
SHRM Annual Conference
Orlando, June 22, 2014

High Potential Engagement
SHRM Annual Conference
Orlando, June 23, 2014


"someone you can bring to the table with full confidence and trust that she will impress everyone with whom she comes into contact” - Senior Manager, Southern California Edison

 “at the forefront of some of the most interesting work in workplace and demographics” - Associate Editor, NPR

"works in a challenging and sensitive area, and achieves solid results” - Partner, Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro

“an expert in empowering companies to create winning strategies and take advantage of a diverse workforce” - President, Focus Creative Group

“not only a true scholar in her field, but a tremendous change agent for companies facing generational crossroads in their workforce.” - President, AdlhochCreative

“able to translate her findings into tangible benefits for clients” Partner, Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff

“translates complex workplace trends into executable business solutions, winning her the trust and respect of business and HR executives alike - and providing a powerful ROI” - Managing Partner, Stanton Associates

Amy Hirsh Robinson, MBA

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    "Mixing It Up!"

    Amy Hirsh Robinson featured in HR's Magazine's cover story on managing the four generations in the workplace. Read it here.

    I've observed a fundamental change in the economy and the labor market that supports it. Generational shifts, globalization, emerging communication technologies and rising economic uncertainty have changed the playing field and what's required of our workforce. Over the past 10 years I've created a consulting practice to prepare leaders and their workers for our new economy. This work solves the most costly and business critical issues facing leaders:

    • Atraction and retention of top talent in the face of looming global talent shortages
    • Accountability, reliability and performance of younger workers
    • Ownership and commitment to corporate goals of midlevel talent
    • Leadership and "rain making" competencies of "next-in-line" managers
    • Transfer of leadership and knowledge from one generation to the next

    Research firms can provide you with statistics and trends.  The difference between my work and their reports is my ability to synthesize the data, apply it to your industry, culture and workforce, and create a strategy and implementation plan, unique to your situation, that truly drives change.  For more about my vision and practice, read on…

    Amy Hirsh Robinson speaks on succession planning

    Amy Hirsh Robinson speaks on bridging the generational divide in family foundations