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Can mid-life career support unlock your largest untapped talent pool?

Laura Walker, mid-life specialist, challenges organisations to recognise and support their largest untapped pool of talent. Stories of mid-lifers retiring early or coasting into retirement from 45 are long gone. Most us will have 15, 20, or 25 years of working left. Globally, populations are aging faster than ever and people are working longer – […]

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A diversity puzzle

Lack of diversity at the top continues to puzzle organisations. It can’t be fixed by hiring in more diverse candidates. Diversity at the top is an excellent indicator of long-term success in career development. It requires the whole mix of tactics working together: managers, employees, HR, and a coherent career strategy to tie it all […]

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Developing personal agency for career growth

Does life happen to us or are we possibly drivers of our own future? Nathan Iverson, PhD argues first for a mindset of human agency and second outlines practical steps for building agency for career growth and job satisfaction in ourselves and others.   The vast majority of our day-to-day decisions are made automatically (Kahneman, […]

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Help employees adapt their careers for the future of work

The business press is full of stories about the ways technological advances are disrupting careers: how we work, where we work, and even whether we’ll work. Recent ‘Careers of Tomorrow’ research I conducted for The Career Innovation Company shows that HR leaders are well aware of the implications of increasing automation for their workforce. In […]

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