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Broaden Your Skills...Expand Your Career Horizon

by Chris Anderson, Marketing and Communications Director, "The horizon leans forward, offering you space to place ne...

  • 3/9/2022
  • Employment, Future of work, Job search, Interviewing, Networking, Working longer, Lifelong learning, Career pivot / transitions, New tech, Workplace tools, Community


The Only Black Woman at the Table

by Dumebi Egbuna, Co-Founder, Chezie (This post was originally published on Chezie) If I had to describe my educational and professio...

  • 6/15/2021
  • Job search, Networking, Inclusive design, Community


We're All Mentors

By Fanny Krivoy, Founder and Creative Director, Analogous "A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you s...

  • 5/14/2021
  • Future of work, Networking, Community, Multigenerational workforce


Two Paths Lead to One Amazing Community

by Stela Lupushor & Nicola Palmarini Stela’s Story: “Women between 55–65 constitute almost half of long-term unemployment.” The ...

  • 3/25/2021
  • Connections, Culture & Society


Why Women over 40 Should Connect With Women Under 40

The power of continual learning regardless of your age or career stage Charlotte Japp, Founder, CIRKEL “Could you explain to me what ...

  • 11/11/2020
  • Employment, Future of work, Networking, Career pivot / transitions, Brain & mind, Staying active, Community, Multigenerational workforce, Ageism


Feeling isolated? Five C’s to Recovery

by Amy Armitage, Paula Barrios Sanchez, Dr. Kelly Tremblay Many of us are feeling the strain of social distancing. Women and minoritie...

  • 6/17/2020
  • Wellbeing, Brain & mind, Staying active, Connections, Community, Belonging, Companionship, Spirituality


Apart But Not Alone

Social distance doesn’t mean we can’t connect. by Naomi Kaufman While it’s true that meeting face to face is great, it doesn’t need t...

  • 6/17/2020
  • Future of work, Working longer, Digital, Workplace tools, Brain & mind, Community


Survival Tips for the Rest of Us

by Katrina Busselle Remember that genre of survival tips? How to stay alive in an avalanche! What to do if your plane is crashing. Yo...

  • 5/28/2020
  • Brain & mind, Staying active, Connections, Community, Belonging, Family, Loneliness, Caregiving, Companionship


Pay Equity at the intersection points: Permission, Policy and Performance

By Amy W. Loomis, Ph.D. Decades have passed since the 1963 Equal Pay Act. And yet . . . women make 77 cents for every dollar earned by...

  • 3/7/2019
  • Employment, Future of work, Job search, Working longer, Lifelong learning, Career pivot / transitions, Community, Culture & Society, Multigenerational workforce, Ageism


Myth busted: Older people are not digitally savvy. Guess what? Not all millenials are either

by Leslie M Faerstein Ed.D., LCSW As a “digital immigrant” (an insulting and ageist term), I often count on “digital natives” (equally...

  • 12/20/2018
  • Employment, Skills Building, Technology, Community, Multigenerational workforce


Levels of Listening: What we’ve learned

By Michelle N. Moore A Theory U listening exercise was introduced by Michelle N. Moore at Inclusion by Design conference organized by a...

  • 12/3/2018
  • Employment, Skills Building, Technology, Connections, Community, Culture & Society, Multigenerational workforce, Ageism, Impact


Screw you Ashton Applewhite: How I Learned to Stop Looking Good “For My Age”

by Danielle Hughes I’m not a vain person. Yes, I take care of myself and I like to look good, but I’m pretty low maintenance as a “typ...

  • 11/18/2018
  • Brain & mind, Connections, Culture & Society, Multigenerational workforce, Ageism, Impact