. Lush, green, and blessed with majestic mountains, fertile valleys, sulfurous lava fields, and breathtaking water views. Oh, and a couple million sheep. After a day-and-a-half on airplanes (thank God I was able to fly business class), my weary, Northern hemispheric-orientated body touches down ......Full article >>>
moment and then asks me whether his favorite football team held on to win the game!
But New Zealand actually provides an interesting glimpse of whats in store for many developed countries. It has an aging population and full employment. Its young people possess a different ethic about work and life than their parents. A rite of passage for young Kiwis is to go abroad to study and/or work,......Full article >>>
deals are unlikely to keep these individuals in the workforce or entice them back if theyve left.
Next we heard from the Boomer who is a partner in a large consultancy. She raised four children, the last of which just left for university. After years of juggling the push and pull of job and family, this individual was now looking forward with renewed energy to devoting herself more fully......Full article >>>
lity and autonomy in effect allowing her to run her own little business. She loved it, particularly traveling to different countries and negotiating deals to establish her company in new markets.
But like many other younger workers, where she lives is as important to her as what she does. She told the audience that she recently accepted a new job with an international consulting firm tha......Full article >>>
experiences and perspectives.