William Rothwell on Leveraging a Seasoned Talent Pool

    Jan 24, 2019

    In Getting from College to Career, Lindsey Pollak offers a definitive guide for building the experience, skills, and confidence needed for college graduates starting a major job search. Her 90 action-oriented tips include strategies ranging from the simple to the expert. Lindsey Pollak is an author and speaker specializing in career advice and women’s issues. She is the author of Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World (HarperCollins, April 2007) and co-author with Diane K. Danielson of The Savvy Gal’s Guide to Online Networking (Or, What Would Jane Austen Do?). Lindsey writes Lindsey Pollak Blog and contributes columns to The Huffington Post. Her writing also has appeared in Marie Claire magazine, PINK magazine, Metro New York newspaper and numerous career advice websites. For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars: Projecting a Positive Professional Image Taking on Greater Responsibility: Step-up Skills for Nonmanagers Partnering with Your Boss: Strategic Skills for Administrative Professionals Communication Bootcamp For related reading from AMACOM Books: Acing the Interview: How to Ask and Answer the Questions That Will Get You the Job by Tony Beshara The Portable Mentor by Cy Charney Winning the Interview Game by Alan H. Nierenberg The Girls’ Guide to Power and Success by Susan Wilson Solovic The New Workforce by Harriet HankinWhile many employers have traditionally viewed their younger employees as their most precious assets, the truth is that their more seasoned workers are often their most valuable. In his new book, Working Longer (AMACOM), William J Rothwell gives...While many employers have traditionally viewed their younger employees as their most precious assets, the truth is that their more seasoned workers are often their most valuable. In his new book, Working Longer (AMACOM), William J Rothwell gives recruiters, managers, and trainers the tools they need to nurture and empower these vital employees. The book includes: creative strategies for recruiting retirees and developing a senior friendly workplace; career and performance management techniques for effectively motivating and engaging older workers; and  instructional design facilitation methods that will enable older workers to upgrade their skills.AMA_Edgewise_0824.mp3