Dychtwald is a psychologist, gerontologist, entrepreneur, speaker, and best-selling author of numerous books on aging-related issues including "The Power Years," "Bodymind, Millennium: Glimpses Into the 21st Century," "Healthy Aging," "Age Wave," "Age Power: How the 21st Century will be Ruled by the New Old, "Demography is De$tiny" and "The New Flavors of Retirement: A User's Guide to the Rest of Your Life."
During his career, Ken Dychtwald has addressed more than 2 million people worldwide in his speeches to corporations, associations and government groups. He is consistently praised for his unique ability to blend cutting edge social science and marketing wizardry with world-class presentation showmanship. His strikingly accurate predictions are regularly featured in the national media, including 60 Minutes, CNN, PBS, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Financial Times, Fortune, Time, Newsweek Business Week, Inc., U.S. News and World Report. He is the founding president and CEO of a firm created to guide Fortune 500 companies and government groups in product & service development for baby boomers and mature adults.
Ken Dychtwald has served as a fellow of the World Economic Forum and is the recipient of the distinguished American Society on Aging Award for outstanding national leadership in the field of aging. Ken is also winner of the 2004 McKinsey Award, granted by the Harvard Business Review. American Demographics Magazine honored him as being the single most influential leader in understanding and marketing to aging boomers during the past quarter century. Dychtwald continues in pioneering research and landmark studies, exploring the implications of key demographic trends. Ken Dychtwald has dedicated his life to battling ageist stereotypes while promoting a new and vital image of maturity.
• The Longevity Revolution (future of the marketplace, the workplace and our lives)
• Marketing to the Age Wave (overview to marketing to today's maturing consumers)
• Re-Visioning Retirement
• The Future of Health and Healthcare
• Financial Wake-Up Call
• Demography is De$tiny in the Workplace (how to recruit and retain age-diverse workers)
• From Baby Boom to Age Wave (the 10 ways that boomers will age differently than previous generations)
• Age Power: the Five Crises that an Aging
• Adulthood (Not Youth):The Next Marketplace Epi-Center