What’s neXT?!: The Future of Worth™ – Working Identity: Reinventing Your Career in Today’s Uncertain World
Often, when we talk with people about their transition from full time work, they know they have to do something but don’t know how or
We’re living longer, healthier lives but there is limited awareness of the consequences of this remarkable demographic shift. We think it’s time to accelerate this
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
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
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?! 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?! hosted a series of engaging and inspiring conversations with 100+ Transitioners from four regions.
Being engaged and finding purpose in work can be powerful medicine
It’s something CEOs need to value and promote
We need to offer solutions to support the concept of a multi-generational workforce.
Learning never stops. We can grow to be smarter, even as we get older.
We hosted a distinguished group of panelists and guests to a roundtable entitled “Creating Age Friendly Societies: The UK Experience.”
In order to reap the benefits of our graying population, society’s view on aging must change.
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…