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Managing middlescence by Robert Morison, Tamara Erickson, and Ken Dychtwald

By: Morison, Robert.
Contributor(s): Erickson, Tamara | Dychtwald, Ken.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: , USA 2006Description: 78-86.Subject(s): EMPLOYEES | CAREERS | MANAGEMENT | CORPORATE STRATEGY | HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT | MANAGEMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Discusses the phenomenon of “middlescence”, a term coined by the authors to describe employee mid-career restlessness (ages 35 - 54). Outlines the problems associated with middlescence. Provides six strategies for revitalising employees' careers: (1) providing fresh assignments; (2) offering internal career changes; (3) assigning mentoring, teaching, and other knowledge-sharing roles; (4) offering sabbaticals; (5) providing fresh training; and (6) expanding leadership development. Includes two boxed insets entitled: 'Sources of frustration', and 'Avoiding midcareer crisis'.
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Discusses the phenomenon of “middlescence”, a term coined by the authors to describe employee mid-career restlessness (ages 35 - 54). Outlines the problems associated with middlescence. Provides six strategies for revitalising employees' careers: (1) providing fresh assignments; (2) offering internal career changes; (3) assigning mentoring, teaching, and other knowledge-sharing roles; (4) offering sabbaticals; (5) providing fresh training; and (6) expanding leadership development. Includes two boxed insets entitled: 'Sources of frustration', and 'Avoiding midcareer crisis'.

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