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CAPE COD 2017 RETREAT – Weaving a Rich Tapestry
“We wove a rich tapestry.” “I was happy to connect with all of you and am looking forward to our futures.” “I’m leaving with a much clearer direction and permission to go in that direction.” — comments by participants After the sharing, listening, paired...
Reboot Partners’ Multigenerational Workforce Forum – Changing the Conversation and Best Practices
Reboot Partners hosted a Forum on Managing the Multigenerational Workforce in late March in New York City. KPMG graciously provided the venue. The morning brought together corporate human resource and talent executives to share perspectives, insights, and best...
Don’t Believe These Millennial Myths
An interesting article from the Journal of Accountancy on Millennials
Jaye Smith Interviewed on FastCompany.com
Jaye Smith interviewed on fastcompany.com in an article titled 6 Steps To Turning Your Vacation Into A Career-Changing Event
Cathy Allen Interviewed for Employee Benefit News
Cathy Allen was interviewed for Employee Benefit News about the benefit of sabbaticals
Bracing for the Retirement Boom–Jaye Smith Interviewed on Society for Human Resource Management
Jaye Smith recently shared some insights for aging Baby Boomers and the companies that employ them in an interview with Society for Human Resource Management
Reboot Partners featured on Turn the Page with Hemda Mizrahi
Our very own Jaye Smith was interviewed on Turn the Page with Hemda Mizrahi about "Reboot Your Life at 60 plus: What's Your Next Chapter?"
Reboot Your Life featured on Success.com
Reboot Your Life was featured on a success.com article called "How To: Take a Year Off" 'If you feel like you need a break, a new perspective on your life, take a step back, make a plan and remember: Anything is possible.'
Retirement Boom featured in BBC Capital article
Retirement Boom was featured in a BBC Capital article about the surprising benefits of a mid-career break
Nancy Bearg Moderates in DC on Aging and Innovation
At a May 19th breakfast hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School DC Alumni Council and AARP, AARP's first female CEO Jo Ann Jenkins shared her views on aging and the $7.1 trillion longevity economy, followed by a lively discussion with the multigenerational audience....