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We operate at the cutting edge of change, using our research and consulting expertise to help clients envision the manager, employee and customer of the future. We work with our clients to co-create an inclusive and flexible work environment that will give the... more.
Senior Vice President
New York Chamber
Partner and Global Practice Leader
World Future Society
New York City Private Industry Council
YWCA Academy of Women Achievers
Governor's Commission on Child Care
NYC Commission on the Status of Women
Task Force of the NYC
Board of Education, Chair of the Business Committee for the Special Placement of People With Disabilities
Williams Identity Institute
Advisory Board Member
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Margaret Regan, CEO, Future Work Institute (Brooklyn, New York)
As the first woman executive at Con Edison years ago, Margaret Regan learned firsthand what it feels like to be the only woman amongst men. In that position,. she spearheaded an effort to hire hundreds of people from economically-disadvantaged neighborhoods to help families end the poverty cycle. Her interest in gender and race issues eventually lead her to found the Future Work Institute, an innovative full-service diversity consulting firm affiliated with Towers Perrin that starts by giving organizations a peek into their future. "We give our clients a very strong picture of the workplace, workforce, and marketplace over the next ten years," Regan says.
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Margaret Regan if the President & CEO of The FutureWork Institute, a global consulting firm that focuses on diversity and future workforce and workplace trends. Before creating The FutureWork Institute, Margaret was a partner and Global Practice Leader for Towers Perrin, a large HR consulting firm, an executive VP of the NY Chamber of Commerce and the VP of HR for Con Ed. She has appeared on NBC-TV's Today Show, CBS This Morning, NBC Nightly News, and CNN, to comment on emerging workforce trends. Currently, she is featured on Close-Up TV as the CEO of "one of the most innovative businesses in the U.S.," in the Diversity Journal as a pioneer of the profession, in CNN/Money Magazine as the expert on future workplace trends and in a special feature in Business Week on FutureWork's creative approach to "my-job my-way, "my-business our way" and "my perks my-way."
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One-fifth of large U.S. employers with diversity programs now provide unconscious-bias training, according to Margaret Regan, head of the global diversity consultancy FutureWork Institute.
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As many as 20% of large U.S. employers with diversity programs now provide unconscious-bias training, up from 2% five years ago, and that figure could hit 50% in five years, says Margaret Regan, head of FutureWork Institute, a global diversity consultancy.
"It is the most requested and popular diversity topic now," says Ms. Regan, whose firm recently instructed 2,000 Microsoft Corp. managers about unconscious bias.