Chip Block and I have been discussing this recently, and I just noticed he posted a Reply to this idea on the Community Wellbeing challenge area. But the future for older employees and those who may have retired from traditional careers may be to serve as volunteers or as paid workers for various nonprofits or on collective impact projects that are focused on improving some aspect of the local community-perhaps related to prosperity, healthy populations, reversing substance abuse, helping elderly, advancing education, local transportation or sea level rise?
HealthETeams Support Challenges
By Joe Antle
By Chip Block
How about the idea of applying well-researched concepts for sustained success in business to the objective of building a roadmap for older workers to re-invent their careers in later life (or recover the vitality, purpose and supplemental income) that they once had? Can we learn a thing or two from well-researched business writings from folks like Jim Collins, John Kotter and Dr. Clayton Christensen?