Achieving Well-being in Retirement: Recommendations from 20 Years’ Research (SIOP Whitepaper Series)White Paper:
The past 20 years’ retirement research shows that people’s fiscal, physical, and psychological well-being in retirement are influenced directly and in interactive ways by five factors: individual attributes, pre-retirement job-related factors, family-related factors, retirement transition-related factors, and post-retirement activities. This white paper summarizes the research evidence and makes recommendations for policy makers and individuals to achieve well-being in retirement.
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The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and PS Culture Matters partnered to conduct this research to gain a deeper understanding about how building and sustaining a performance culture impacts business productivity and financial performance. This research profiles exactly how culture manifests in organizations through the use of 11 key culture metrics, and provides a more comprehensive perspective on what metrics are most important for organizations to capitalize on in order to reap increased financial and performance benefits.
AT an office party in 2005, one of my colleagues asked my then husband what I did on weekends. She knew me as someone with great intensity and energy. “Does she kayak, go rock climbing and then run a half marathon?” she joked. No, he answered simply, “she sleeps.”
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) and Vistage International, Inc. (Vistage) partnered to conduct this research to gain a deeper understanding about the ROI of Executive Development. In an effort to determine what business areas are most influenced by executive development and how, a survey was designed and distributed to 346 respondents, and supplemented by additional primary and secondary research methods. This research profiles the key business measures affected by Executive Development, and provides a more comprehensive perspective on what methods of development an organization can use to most effectively leverage its senior leaders. As a result, the common barriers facing Executive Development, illuminated in 2011 by a report produced by HCI and Vistage, are also addressed.
IT was once a wry joke that the military was designed by geniuses to be run by idiots. Not anymore, Tim Kane writes. As an all-volunteer force, the young men and women who serve these days are top drawer; it is the institution that is idiotic, he argues. And he has a drastic remedy in mind: a dose of classic economics.