Preparing for Brain Drain


The oldest baby boomers are now only a few years away from retirement. CIO magazine has a new article on the topic with participation from Liviu Dedes from Pepboys (a customer) on the topic of succession […]. Are you prepared for the boomer brain drain? What happens to the knowledge they’ve accumulated over the years when they leave?

Succession planning the new recruiting?


Here’s a little ditty at CLO magazine about the shift from recruiting to succession planning. As the talent pool decreases and boomers retire, companies are finding they simply don’t have enough good people to fill senior roles. According to the Right Management Consultants survey mentioned in the article, the number of companies in this situation […].


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“Focus less on your wealth and more on your income.” Ben Taatjes & Beau Henderson

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Wealth and growth of wealth is what we are accustomed to pre-retirement, but income and growing income is what we need to be ready for in retirement. Whether someone is struggling with debt, a first-time saver, or a retiring CEO, I hope to inspire our clients to build ‘True Wealth’.

“You’re going to have good days and bad days.” with Eric Yaverbaum

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Eric Yaverbaum , CEO of Ericho Communications, is a communications, media, and public relations expert with over 35-years in the industry, having co-founded Jericho Communications and served as President from 1985 until its successful merger in 2006 with LIME Public Relations & Promotions.

Cheryl L.M. Phillips-Thill: “No other disease or condition of companion animals takes as many lives as euthanasia. In fact, no other disease comes close”

Thrive Global

Her career spanned 42 years with Masco, and following her retirement included consulting in the areas of strategic sourcing and negotiations. When I retired from Masco Corporation in 2014, after 42 years, I took on TNVR full time and founded GG’s Foundation, “Paws on the Ground.” My TNVR partner, Barbara Mays, a retired veterinary technician, throughout the last three years, has fostered 119 kitties. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“5 Things You Should Do To Become a Thought Leader In Your Industry”, with Nate Martin, CEO of Puzzle Break

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Thought leaders can be retired or outside a chain of command. I joined Microsoft in 2006 with Steve Ballmer at the helm. Community Authority Magazine WonderBe aware of survivorship bias.

“Keep hold of who you are and what your passions are.” With Beau Henderson & Craig Hudson

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I played for the Sevens again and in the 2006 Commonwealth Games, but ultimately the virus was career-ending. After being forced into early retirement, my dream was crushed. Much of my expertise focuses on helping people to plan for after retirement.

” Does the advisor provide value at the first meeting?” with Randy Kurtz and Tyler Gallagher

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But they cannot guarantee they’ll repeat their results.People facing retirement are more concerned about losing money than making a lot more money. This was in 2006. But someone near or in retirement needs a ton of advice. People in or near retirement should not be guessing.

“One Must Have The Courage To Take Chances And Make Big Moves” With Naima Spencer

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She currently lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, a retired navy veteran. In 2006, I was admitted to Penn State and in October 2008, I graduated with an MBA in Biotech and healthcare management. Community Authority Magazine WonderPatience with self and the journey.

“Leadership visibility” With Charlie Katz & Chuck Stokes

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Chuck retired from Memorial Hermann effective December 2019. Prior to his roles as COO and CEO with Memorial Hermann, Chuck served as President of North Mississippi Medical Center, a 650-bed tertiary hospital and a 2006 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient under his leadership.

Emily Perbellini of LaserAway: “Creating a sense of camaraderie and collaboration between remote clinicians nationwide”

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In 2000, I attended nursing school at University of Texas Medical Branch and then practiced as a women’s health RN in Houston for about 2 years before moving to Los Angeles in 2006. Nurture employees as if they will retire with your company. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Be deliberate, disciplined and focused” with Tom Lawyer of Transwestern Commercial Services

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I retired from J.P. According to a 2006 Pew Research Report , 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed.” Community Authority Magazine WonderThe keys to moving projects forward are to be deliberate, disciplined and focused. This may mean slowing down.

“Partnership & Mentorship.” With Jilea Hemmings & Ted Foxman

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In 2006, he led the Company’s IPO & Secondary Public Offering for $100M & $95M, respectively, and in 2008, led the sale of Eagle Test to Teradyne (NYSE: TER) for $365M. Then at the age of 70 he started an art reselling business instead of retiring.

“Prepare your self and consider all the situations you may encounter. ” With Charlie Katz & Dave DeRose

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From the newest and lowest employee to what will you do when the oldest finally retires. Community Authority Magazine WonderPrepare your self and consider all the situations you may encounter. Spend time making yourself a better person, manager, boss, and visionary.

Jason Redman: “You need to take care of yourself”

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Jason Redman is a retired Navy SEAL and NY Times bestselling author of The Trident and Overcome. Yes.Through the night of February 8, 2006, I tossed in bed unable to sleep because my pulse was racing so much I felt I was having a heart attack. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Five Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Successful Service Based Business” With Charlie Katz & Wade Brannon

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Brannon had retired from a successful career in the franchise industry a few years before so he could spend more time with his family, but saw great potential for the concept to grow with the increasing demand for services that cater to families with young children. In 2005 and 2006, when we had all the systems in place to start franchising Pigtails & Crewcuts, we started doing the same thing. As I mentioned, we started franchising in late 2005 and early 2006.

Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR


Barclay, who retired from her post as senior vice president of human resources for The Kroger Co. has been recognized more than 100 times in the past five years as an exceptional employer, including being named by Fortune magazine the No. Bock joined Google in 2006 from GE Capital, the financial services arm of General Electric with more than 35,000 employees, where he held various executive leadership roles.

Mike Gould: “Pivot into the crisis”

Thrive Global

including the events of September 11th, virus outbreaks, super storm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina, and the 2006 market crash?—?has Community Authority Magazine Wonder“Fear is a healthy emotion and is key to survival but panic is the most dangerous way to channel fear!”?—?Mike Mike Gould.

Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18


BenFanning1 : #INC Magazine Leadership Columnist and Speaker: Free report to get the most out of your workforce. Deployed to Iraq in 2006, shot in the head by a sniper. ElliotDofCowden : working with employers who want to be certain that their compensation, benefits, and retirement plans are compliant, competitive and cost-effective. BenFanning1 : #INC Magazine Leadership Columnist and Speaker: Free report to get the most out of your workforce [link].

Navigating semantics and skills: reskilling vs. upskilling

CLO Magazine

The direction of AT&T’s workforce would pivot a few more times in response to business decisions: In 2006, the company began offering its own TV service, Uverse, and Triple Play, which included internet-based calling, according to a 2016 Time magazine article.