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What’s neXT?!: Can Older Workers Help Solve Canada’s Labour Shortage?
In this Globe and Mail (Canada’s National Newspaper) article, learn how What’s neXT?! is creating a global community of Transitioners (mid-late career individuals and self-described
What’s neXT?!: Ageism in 2022 and Its Impact on Innovation
Our founder, Mehbs Remtulla was part of a panel discussion hosted by UKRI’s Healthy Ageing Challenge in London recently. This session was moderated by Paul McGarry of
What’s neXT?!: The Case for an Age-Friendly Approach to Talent Shortages – A Global Conversation
Carl Honoré engages Pedro Pittella, HR Director at Sanofi, Brazil and Elizabeth Harris, Chief Strategy Officer at ARC Worldwide, a Publicis Groupe company, in a discussion on how they are driving an age-inclusive agenda at their companies, using the experience, wisdom and commitment of older employees to unleash their potential, and that of their company.
What’s neXT?!: Live Your Life With Purpose – A Global Conversation
What’s neXT?! hosted a panel discussion with global thinkers and practitioners followed by a keynote by Richard Leider on how work, giving back and learning may form part of a Transitioning playbook and a life lived with purpose.
What’s neXT?!: A Global Conversation with Transitioners of their Lived Experiences
What’s neXT?! hosted a series of engaging and inspiring conversations with 100+ Transitioners from four regions.
What’s neXT?!: Coffee Chat with Carl Honoré
What’s neXT?! hosted an amazing virtual coffee chat (well, the coffee was real, but the session was on Zoom) with more than 80 members of our community…
What are the benefits of flexible working?
With COVID-19 restrictions keeping us away from our usual workplaces, the pandemic has illustrated creative ways to work rather than simply a 9 to 5…
The technologies that could transform aging
Technological innovations that transform the aging experience (and why these are not enough)
Seven strategies to direct your unretirement
Retirement isn’t static and it doesn’t have to be forever.
Working later in life can pay off in more than just income
Being engaged and finding purpose in work can be powerful medicine
What’s neXT?!: Designing your 100-year life
Two noted professors, Andrew Scott and Herminia Ibarra, discuss the impact of the 100-Year life in this What’s neXT?! virtual conversation.
Why CEOs need to promote lifelong learning in their companies
It’s something CEOs need to value and promote
When do life’s biggest decisions happen?
Dr. Adrian Camilleri looks not only at what people consider life’s biggest decisions, but also when they take them.
Defining the New Old Age
Language can reinforce ageism and aging stereotypes when we need intergenerational solidarity.
How to help an aging population stay wealthy for longer
We need to offer solutions to support the concept of a multi-generational workforce.
4 genius ways to keep getting smarter as you get older
Learning never stops. We can grow to be smarter, even as we get older.
What are your personal values?
Executive coach Jennifer Nash on a workshop that helped her rediscover her values.
What’s neXT?!: Creating age-friendly societies – the UK experience
We hosted a distinguished group of panelists and guests to a roundtable entitled “Creating Age Friendly Societies: The UK Experience.”
The emergence of long-life learning
Chip Conley of the Modern Elder Academy and Ingo Rauth do a deep dive into the potential and value of long-life learning.
UN Decade of Healthy Aging
The UN announces the Decade of Healthy Ageing from 2021 to 2030.
What’s neXT?!: Roundtable with Chip Conley
Chip Conley, founder of the Modern Elder Academy, spoke to us on the power of elderhood.
The future of aging for policymakers
The aging society narrative does not take into account whether people are aging better.
Becoming an age-friendly employer
This is a clarion call to employers to better utilize their older workers, because they’ll get a lot in return.
Our aging population can be an economic powerhouse – if we let it
In order to reap the benefits of our graying population, society’s view on aging must change.
Stanford’s most popular class isn’t computer science
Although a few years old, this fascinating article in Fast Company tells the story of an undergrad class at Stanford which became wildly popular, called…