The Future of Work & Your Early Talent Pipeline

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Date(s) - January 23, 2024
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Fee: $30 with discount code
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Common Good Vermont is delighted to announce North Carolina’s Center for Nonprofits’ virtual event. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.

With the most racially diverse generation in history entering the workforce – GenZ – employers must assess relevant methods to develop and retain diverse early talent. Skills, jobs, and workplace dynamics have been significantly impacted by a global pandemic, new dynamics of work, and social injustices; organizations must adapt to the “future of work.”

During this webinar, Chelsea C. Williams, Founder & CEO of Reimagine Talent Co. will explore case studies to help you build and cultivate the early talent pipeline by:

  • Understanding the differentiating factors impacting the workforce and workplace through a generational lens
  • Discovering how to proactively engage, develop, and retain GenZ through the lens of belonging
  • Gaining practical tools to audit your organization’s policies, programs, and practices to consider the impact on your early talent pipeline
  • Exploring best practices in early talent pipeline development and retention in emerging industries and sectors.

Registration Instruction: Please 1) select the “All Others” registration choice ($30) in the dropdown and 2) type “CGV” in the “How did you hear about this event?” box on the web form.


Chelsea C. Williams, an Entrepreneur, Workplace Educator, and Mentor, is the Founder & CEO of Reimagine Talent Co. Her team empowers employers, educational institutions, and nonprofits with multi-generational workforce and talent development solutions centered on belonging. Chelsea is a trusted contributor to CNBC, Fast Company, Investment News, Insider, and Forbes, focusing on leading multi-generational teams and developing Generation Z. She’s a 2021 Forbes Next 1000 Award recipient, 2022 Tory Burch Entrepreneurial Fellow, and 2023 Entrepreneurial Impact Awardee by J.P. Morgan Chase Commercial Bank and Women’s President Organization (WPO). She is passionate about redefining workplaces through innovation and inclusivity. Chelsea is based in Raleigh, North Carolina.