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What if 50 million senior executives’ frustrations and aspirations could ignite social change AND profitable business?
What if the leadership skills to affect social change were also THE key to developing purpose driven careers? In this new paper, Anita Hoffmann, Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University School of Management Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, explores how companies and executives can make this happen.
The paper focuses on the mid/late career stage for executives, a time when they want to give back, society needs their skills but companies rarely invest in developing the new leadership skills that they focus on with Millennials, nor how to forge their careers post their corporate careers.
With an additional 2.2 billion 40-79 year olds and 1.1 billion 60-79 year old in the world in 2060 (Source: UN) retirement as we know it is becoming an obsolete model. Executives want or have to work into their sixties, seventies and eighties. This paper shares learnings from executives and companies that are addressing these questions with impact.
Join the debate and download the paper: http://bit.ly/1V9rfp8