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Retirement: The Next Chapter | Howard Kern, Sandra Fenwick, and Bill Zollars

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Retirement: The Next Chapter | Howard Kern, Sandra Fenwick, and Bill Zollars

This week’s episode is a mash-up on the subject of retirement. Featured guests include Howard Kern, Former President and CEO, Sentara Healthcare; Sandra Fenwick, Former CEO, Boston Children’s Hospital; and…
December 29, 2022

Retirement: The Next Chapter | Howard Kern, Sandra Fenwick, and Bill Zollars

Meet the Guests:

This episode features three leaders previously interviewed on The Gary Bisbee Show. Listeners will hear from: Howard Kern, Former President and CEO, Sentara Healthcare; Sandra Fenwick, Former CEO, Boston Children’s Hospital; and Bill Zollars, Former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, YRC Worldwide Inc.

 

Key Insights:

Our guests offer valuable insight and advice on how to make the best transition to retirement.

 

Pursue Your Interests. Retirement allows an active person to be more selective about how and where they can continue to contribute. 

Be Choosy. Recent retirees should not say yes to every opportunity; instead, find the balance that works best. Drop some of the old obligations; explore new avenues.

Take time. Bill Zollars recommends taking up to six months to “reset” before committing to anything. This allows people to make wise decisions about how to allocate their time.

 

Relevant Links:

Read about Howard Kern

Read about Sandra Fenwick

Read about Bill Zollars

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