Книги про поколения Тамары Эриксон (на английском)
Tamara J. Erickson is both a McKinsey Award-winning author and popular and engaging storyteller. Her compelling views of the future are based on extensive research on changing demographics and employee values and, most recently, on how successful organizations work. Erickson has co-authored four Harvard Business Review articles and the books. She is with nGenera.
Good news: there is no need to retire. There is no need to pack up your desk or attend one more retirement party. Why? With the widening gap between the number of workers and the demand for talent, employers are looking to keep smart, productive workers in the workplace. The growing talent shortage will allow you to re-negotiate your relationship with «work.» The question is how will you make the most of your new career options. By retreating from traditional 9-5 work or by exploring unconventional ways to stay a part of the workplace? The choice is yours, and «Retire Retirement» shows you how to think about what you want, and how to get it. In this conversational, optimistic book, you will learn how to negotiate the best work environment for you, how to work with different generations to get the most out of your job, and explore the great opportunities that lie ahead. This book will help you begin today to create the opportunities that fit your unique needs—now and in the years to come! Tamara J. Erickson is both a respected, McKinsey Award-winning author and popular and engaging storyteller. Her compelling views of the future are based on extensive research on changing demographics and employee values and, most recently, on how successful organizations work. She is President of The Concours Institute, the research and education arm of BSG Concours, a division of BSG Alliance Corp., and co-author of Workforce Crisis.
Retirement, Careers & career planning, Personal career management, Career changes, Work life balance, Executive search, Executive selection, Part-time employment.
Unprecedented shifts in the age distribution and diversity of the global labor pool are underway. Within the decade, as the massive boomer generation begins to retire and fewer skilled workers are available to replace them, companies in industrialized markets will face a labor shortage and brain drain of dramatic proportions. Ken Dychtwald, Tamara Erickson, and Robert Morison argue that companies ignore these shifts at great peril. Survival will depend on redefining retirement and transforming management and human resources practices to attract, accommodate, and retain workers of all ages and backgrounds. Based on decades of groundbreaking research and study, the authors present innovative and actionable management techniques for leveraging the knowledge of mature workers, re-engaging disillusioned mid-career workers, and attracting and retaining talented younger workers. This timely book helps organizations sustain their competitive edge in tomorrow’s inevitably tighter labor markets.
Crisis communication, Crisis management, Pandemics, Retirement, Overtime, Work force, Work force management, Work force optimization, Human resources management, Personnel, Personnel management, Employee loyalty, Employee retention, Employee turnover, Retention, Labor markets, Demographics, Socioeconomic factors, Competitive advantage, Age, Age groups, Baby boomers, Problem solving.
They make up nearly one-third of all Americans living today. Born after 1980, they’re now pouring into the work world with values, aspirations, and approaches that differ markedly from their parents— and coworkers. They’re Generation Y. In Plugged In, Tamara Erickson shows Gen Y’s how to use their own unique strengths to understand and influence their professional relationships, to figure out how they define «success,» and to help them find their way in the changing workplace. Filled with Erickson’s extensive research into demographic trends and thoughtful insights, Plugged In gives Gen Y’s the information they crave to connect with the working world and to craft the lives they want. The author reveals: А A framework Y’s can use to develop their own criteria for making career choices А The unique assets and strengths Y’s bring to the workplace А How X’ers and Boomers view Generation Y and how the different generations can collaborate more effectively at work А 10 rules that can help Generation Y’s succeed in the corporate world With her trademark warmth and liveliness, Erickson provides a thoughtful, valuable guidebook for the latest newcomers on the corporate scene.
Careers & career planning, Personal career management, Networking, Social networks, Work life balance.