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Lisa McCoy CSA, SPHR

2019 CSA Conference

 

Lisa McCoy CSA, SPHR

Altig International
lisa@lisamccoy.com

 

 

Staying Engaged - Volunteering, the Dual Path

A lifetime of experience comes to an abrupt halt when one retires. The expectation and the reality of retirement are a stark contrast. After retirement you expect a well-deserved rest which quickly turns to boredom. The idea of plenty of time becomes isolation. The plan to do whatever you want finds you looking for an outlet. So, the question becomes, how do you bridge the gap?   

Where can you continue to utilize your professional expertise to help others or where do you go to develop new skills? Do you want to choose a familiar path or try something new? How do you continue to feel a sense of accomplishment instead of losing your sense of purpose in your retirement years?    Working is where we find our identities, so what is the new norm once we leave the workforce? Retirees are in a prime position to volunteer in order to avert social isolation, health risks and turn those opportunities to connect into positive impacts on their physical and mental health. Enriching experiences mean a better quality of life and intrinsic value as a human being.   

Finding the right fit when choosing volunteer opportunities can provide networking, multigenerational exchanges, connectivity and personal growth. It’s reimagining aging. Volunteering is a chance to work on a project simply for the passion of it.   

The retired worker population will grow dramatically in the coming decades. Lisa’s session will provide rich insights to volunteerism, the physical and mental benefits of volunteering and practical advice on finding your retirement identity.  

Learning Objectives

  • How to plan their approach to effectively communicate information to senior clients in connecting with opportunities to volunteer
  • Obtain a working knowledge of where to find local, national and international resources
  •  Gain an appreciation of how volunteering can enrich lives of seniors and communities

About Lisa

She’s known as the “Master Motivator”...Lisa’s dynamic style and extraordinary message engages everyone who hears her speak! Her combined sales, presentation skills and product knowledge resulted in her being ranked 3rd nationally with Toyota Motor Sales USA. Elected in Taipei, Taiwan in 2001 as the first female International Trustee in the 104 year history of Kiwanis, Lisa’s accomplishments are still shaping the direction and future of the entire organization worldwide.

Lisa is a CSA (Certified Senior Advisor) and SPHR (Senior Professional Human Resources). She served as President of the New York Life Career Development Conference and over her 15 years with Sterling Insurance, her responsibilities ranged from Senior Agent Trainer to VP of Agency Operations and HR Business Partner. She’s presented numerous forums and talks on volunteerism at conventions and conferences in the US and such countries as Belgium, Sweden, and the Philippines. Lisa’s been interviewed on the subject across multiple media platforms and her passion and commitment is quite evident! Her extensive and varied interests include everything from hosting a radio talk show to thousands of hours of community volunteer work.

Lisa’s a multi-faceted, motivated, results driven business leader. She’s skilled in partnering with businesses to achieve strategic objectives. Lisa led multiple business units in all aspects of transition during corporate acquisitions. She is an energetic and versatile executive with demonstrated strengths in operational oversight and optimization, vendor and client management, planning, analysis and team building.

Eighteen years ago, she formed Enthusiaction Associates, specializing in motivational speaking, training and personal coaching. Equally compelling in front of 10 or 10,000, Lisa’s message on volunteerism for seniors captivates and inspires!

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