Monday, March 15, 2004

The New Elderhood (Training magazine)

[By Steven Dahlberg - February 2004] Retirement is so often defined negatively and individualistically, as the end of a career and the cessation of work. However, retirement, like most transitions, can also be a creative time—a period of renewal and rejuvenation. ... Many changes in the corporate world have impacted the quality of life of people who are nearing retirement age. When those 50-plus began their careers, they often expected to work for one organization for 40 years, then retire (and stop working) at a set age and receive a pension. But the rules have changed and these workers are facing very different work and post-work lives. More

At CPSI 2004, consider participating in ... Immersion in Applied Creativity - Meaningful Work, Meaningful Life: Developing a Plan for Purpose Through Creativity

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