New generation leadership renewal
Re-invent your leaders with this world-first leadership intervention
Because people are living longer, they’re working longer either by choice or of necessity. Executives in their late 40s, 50s and 60s are therefore having to compete with people up to 20 years younger than they are.
Younger people have more energy and do not have to contend with the conditions that come with ageing. They do not, however, have the experience and wisdom of their more senior counterparts.
The good news for ageing executives is that, while growing older is inevitable, growing old is optional. There are ways to renew their leadership skills and qualities, and prevent, reduce or reverse the conditions that come with ageing.
HR Future Executive Editor, Alan Hosking, has been working with doctors and other anti-ageing role players for close to ten years and has developed a world-first intervention that assists executives to renew their:
- careers; and
- world view.