Encore resources and research for encore leaders and encore seekers.
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Want to host an intergenerational conversational? Changing the Narrative’s On the Same PAGE Intergenerational Conversation Toolkit gives you everything you need, including sample invitations, facilitation tips, activities to kick it off, and a series of questions.
This blog lists job boards and programs that deliberately target people age 50+, where experience is viewed as a plus.
This report debunks several myths and demonstrates the positive impact of age diversity and inclusion on a firm’s long-term competitive growth and organizational resilience. It builds on a unique collaboration between OECD, AARP and the World Economic Forum, which has engaged more than 50 global employers – representing over 2 million employees and $1 trillion in annual revenue. The report presents evidence on promising approaches, practical examples and ideas for successful multigenerational workplaces and provides a checklist on what employers can do to support and sustain age-friendly workplaces.
The key to unlocking the longevity dividend is to turn the over-65s into more active economic participants.
This is a collection of photos curated by Changing the Narrative depicting diverse older adults.
The Age-Friendly Employers Guide, developed by The Encore Network, gathers 10 years of compelling research about the value of older workers into a single, easy-to-use resource.
Compelling research over the past 10 years makes a compelling case for older workers. But many employers are not familiar with these findings. To close this gap, The Encore Network created the Employers Guide for Engaging Older Workers to bring information scattered across a variety of sources into a single, easy-to-use and actionable resource. Sponsored by the Age-Friendly Institute and AARP.