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Retirement Conversations

Turning difficult retirement conversations into productive conversations

As a manager, do you find having conversations about retirement difficult, like some of those other difficult conversations?

The ageing workforce is a very topical issue internationally and nationally both from the employers and the older worker’s perspective.  Statistics reveal that by 2031, the number of New Zealanders aged 65 and over is expected to exceed one million, nearly double the current number.  They also reveal an increase in the labour force participation of older people from 16% in 2010 to 26% by 2030.  There are several challenges and some economic benefits in this.

This seminar is designed for managers who want to have productive conversations with their older workers.

Presenter: Cynthia Munro

Cynthia is an executive coach, consultant and presenter. She has had 20+ years working with government agencies, corporates, not-for-profits and individual clients.  She is highly experienced in working with individuals and teams who are seeking guidance with their careers and other life changes including retirement planning and change. She has expertise and sensitivity in understanding the needs of people and identifying strategies and tools to assist them.  Cynthia holds a BA, a Graduate Diploma in Adult and Tertiary Education and an Advanced Diploma in Business (Management).  She is accredited in a range of well-known assessment tools.

More information about Cynthia: https://www.c2consulting.co.nz/about-us/cynthia-munro/

Further information about us in general: https://www.c2consulting.co.nz/about-us/

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