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To tap into the Career Opportunities Market – Build a Strong Social and Professional Network

Social and Professional Networks and “Opportunities” – what is the relationship? Once a year I immerse myself in at least one learning space and event with lots of new people. My goal will be to share my knowledge and expertise, as well as having this challenged and enriched by other ideas. My target is also … Continue reading To tap into the Career Opportunities Market – Build a Strong Social and Professional Network

Disrupted Career Pathways and the Working Retirement Trend – 10 Tips to Manage Transitions

Work arrangements and career pathways have not remained untouched as advances in technology have disrupted industries and daily life. Career paths are no longer linear or have an expiration date of 65+ years at retirement. Retirement itself is no longer a guaranteed life of rest and leisure or “declining economic contribution, as many have had … Continue reading Disrupted Career Pathways and the Working Retirement Trend – 10 Tips to Manage Transitions

Life Purpose – How to “Find” It and have a Meaningful Life and Career

At the cornerstone of meaningful work and life, is the search and use of life purpose. This is defined simply as, what you see as your reason for existing in life. It should provide an answer to the big life question ~ why are you here on earth? It is your intrinsic motivator and driver … Continue reading Life Purpose – How to “Find” It and have a Meaningful Life and Career

4 Generations in The Workplace and The Potential of Intergenerational Learning

There are 5 generations on earth and in any workplace, and there are likely to be 3 or 4 working together. This is a huge potential for intergenerational learning but could also be a source of much friction and misunderstanding. I have never paid attention, as closely as I do now, to issues of diversity … Continue reading 4 Generations in The Workplace and The Potential of Intergenerational Learning

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