“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” – Leo…
Recently I attended another conference on sustainable employability. Or should I better call it sustainable performance?
It almost seems that word choice and a technical approach are also here winning over substance, that is to say, then what it really should be about. Let me go straight to the proverbial black cat pictured above – the black cat announces ominous times in terms of sustainable employability in organizations and companies.
I will not give you a detailed account of sustainable employability here, because there are countless experts who can do this much better than I do.
No, I want to highlight the categorical exclusion of executives and entrepreneurs from sustainable employability initiatives.
Or can I perhaps better refer to the (non-labour sector) specific category of managers, as a group?
In my work I am very specifically focused on sustainable Performance Improvement and Sustainable Prevention and Recovery of Burnout for Executives and Entrepreneurs.
It will therefore be no surprise to you that I am extremely interested what happens particularly for this group when it comes to “Sustainable Employability Initiatives” or as it nowadays also may be called “Sustainable Performance Initiatives”.
There are countless Sustainable Employability Initiatives ongoing at this time in companies and organizations, but what is really specifically done what is focused on Executives, Entrepreneurs, Managers?
What could the effect be for organizations and companies?
What are your experiences?
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