…it is vitally important that we are constantly sharpening our skill set in order to stay competitive and relevant in a volatile jobs market and rapidly changing world. Skills that were cutting edge five years ago are likely out of date now, and the jobs that we will perform in the next decade or two may not even exist yet. What are some of the ways to develop new skills? –Ann Mehl, Executive and Business Coaching, September 1, 2015
ECO 2.0 is one VERY GOOD way to develop new toolsets, skillsets, and mindsets.
Lisa Levinson and I are proud partners with Bevan Rogel and her talented crew at Encore Tampa Bay to bring encore seekers together in Encore Connect Online 2.0. ECO 2.0 supports encore seekers with:
- 21st century digital skills that help you compete in today’s job market or land exciting community service opportunities
- an online network to clarify personal direction and make new friends
- freedom to explore key encore issues with peers
- personal & group coaching from us WLS learning concierges–Lisa and Doris–to overcome barriers to using new technologies and online routines