Webinar Replay: Extending and Sustaining Careers Beyond Traditional Retirement – Mar 1

Date: Wednesday, March 1, noon – 1 pm ET

Replay is available in the members area.

Most baby boomers (born 1946-1964) are going to need to keep working beyond traditional retirement. Low retirement savings, longevity, and a strong work ethic are compelling them to extend their career into a “second act.” But corporate downsizing, as well as age bias are making it tough to sustain careers into one’s fifties and sixties.

Reinvention career coach John Tarnoff will discuss the challenges boomers face in pivoting to second-act careers, and the practices he recommends to his coaching clients. His five-step Boomer Reinvention™ methodology brings a personal development approach to career change and career transition, suggesting that boomers can succeed in this difficult jobs market by looking to their own deeply-held beliefs, their hard-won wisdom, and their extensive experience, rather than fitting into some external job description.

Presenter:

John Tarnoff, Reinvention Career Coach

John Tarnoff is a reinvention career coach, speaker and author who helps his fellow baby boomers transition to meaningful and sustainable careers beyond traditional retirement. Fired 39% of the time over his 35-year career as a Los Angeles-based film producer, studio executive and tech entrepreneur, he reinvented himself at age 50, going back to school to earn a counseling M.A. in Spiritual Psychology. This transition to a career focused on training and career development brought him back to entertainment, where he served as Head of Show Development for DreamWorks Animation from 2003-2009, developing culture-changing creative leadership training and college recruiting programs. Currently, in addition to his coaching/speaking practice, he co-runs the Los Angeles-based Entertainment Industry Management master’s degree program for Carnegie Mellon University. He is the author of “Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50.” Learn more about him at http://johntarnoff.com.

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