“Opportunities are there, and it is up to us to reinvent ourselves and our work. This is not the most difficult time our country has seen."
At 104 years young, Frances Hesselbein is the oldest active CEO who, as a child, lived through the 1918 Influenza pandemic. Between 1965 and 1976, she rose from a volunteer troop leader to become the CEO of the Girl Scouts of America. She's been called the "best CEO in America" and has the track record to back it up.
In America, people over the age of 50 generate $7.6 billion of annual economic activity … If this group were a country, it would be the third largest economy in the world.
As older workers, we have a choice. We can accept that we are stuck with working around misguided employment assumptions, or we can create smarter, newer options that serve your own purposes and goals.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you reinvent yourself.