Elmhurst University alumna to speak on challenges of today’s workplace March 14

Coming out of the pandemic, the state of the workplace has changed and continues to evolve. Organizations are facing myriad challenges, including talent shortages, leadership burnout and generational differences.

Krista Warn will talk about the realities of these challenges when she presents “Future-Proofing Against the Challenges of Today’s Workplace” at Elmhurst University March 14.

Warn will draw from her role as a leadership and organization development specialist at the management consulting firm ADVISA. A 2020 graduate of Elmhurst University’s master’s program in industrial/organizational psychology, Warn also will highlight the work of industrial/organizational psychologists and offer calls to action for leaders at all levels.

Jessica Sim Courtesy of Elmhurst University

Her keynote will be followed by a Q&A facilitated by Jessica Sim, interim program director of the Master of Arts in I/O Psychology program at Elmhurst University.

The talk begins at 7 p.m. in the Frick Center, Blume Board Room, 190 Prospect Ave., Elmhurst,, and will be livestreamed. It is part of the yearlong Graduate Studies Lecture Series, celebrating 25 years of graduate programs at Elmhurst University.

Admission is free but reservations are encouraged, at For more information, email

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