Many Employees Have a Mid-Career Crisis. Here’s How Employers Can Help

Harvard Business

Plenty of media coverage — and companies’ attention — is devoted to employees at the beginning and end of their careers, at least in my experience. Entry-level employees learning the ropes garner more than their share of managers’ time, and those transitioning toward retirement pull executives’ focus by necessity as they work to develop succession plans. What about the wide swath of employees who are in the middle of their careers? HBR Staff.

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Why Doctors Need Leadership Training

Harvard Business

Nearly all physicians take on significant leadership responsibilities over the course of their career, but unlike any other occupation where management skills are important, physicians are neither taught how to lead nor are they typically rewarded for good leadership. In most professions, the people who demonstrate strong leadership skills are the ones who take on greater leadership responsibilities at progressive stages of their careers. STOCK4B-RF/Getty Images.