MANAGING MIDDLESCENCE PDF

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Morison, R. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Morison R. Harvard Business Review, March , Vol. Gives reasons for this trend, noting that many of those aged between 35 and 54 are dealing with career bottlenecks as organizations restructure, whilst simultaneously coping with the pressures of looking after children and ageing parents in dual-career households.

Points out the challenges this poses for employers and proposes six strategies for revitalizing careers. Advises organizations to begin by removing barriers to occupational mobility and identifying those employees whose skills they need to retain. Gives examples of the benefits to be obtained through the use of fresh assignments, career changes, mentoring roles, corporate training, sabbaticals and expanding leadership development.

Practical implications — Includes a checklist of ten questions to help companies understand and encourage career rejuvenation for mid-career workers. Keywords: Career development, Demographics, Employee attitudes, Employee behaviour, Management techniques, Motivation.

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Managing Middlescence

Burned out. That's the current lot of many midcareer employees—those 35 to 54 years of age. And many lament that their workplace offers few opportunities to try new things. If your company's like most, midcareer managers and employees make up half your workforce. Neglect their discontent, and you risk losing valued performers who seek exciting work elsewhere. This is a dangerous development—considering the brain drain that'll soon hit when the vanguard of baby boomers retires.

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Managing middlescence

Morison, R. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Morison R. Harvard Business Review, March , Vol. Gives reasons for this trend, noting that many of those aged between 35 and 54 are dealing with career bottlenecks as organizations restructure, whilst simultaneously coping with the pressures of looking after children and ageing parents in dual-career households. Points out the challenges this poses for employers and proposes six strategies for revitalizing careers. Advises organizations to begin by removing barriers to occupational mobility and identifying those employees whose skills they need to retain.

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Midcareer employees and managers, who should be at their peak of productivity, are the most disaffected segment of the workforce. Companies need to find ways to rekindle the fires of this vast, neglected group of people—or risk losing them altogether. They make up more than half your workforce. They work longer hours than anyone else in your company. From their ranks come most of your top managers. One in three is not satisfied with his or her job. One in five is looking for another.

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