Transitioning into and beginning anew in retirement doesn’t happen well by accident. Thoughtfulness, intentionality, and proper planning are key. Doing the hard work of reflecting on the implications for our sense of identity and how we will find meaning and purpose — as well as ensuring that we’ve carefully considered our financial resources and plans for healthcare — are essential components of planning for retirement.
Retirement Conversations is designed to leverage Board University’s on-demand educational offerings that address key concerns related to retirement transitions. This online content is intended to be a launching point for more in-depth live engagement, focused discussion, and Q&A with others who are on the same trajectory, as well as Board University educators.
The following retirement topics will be covered:
Retirement Conversations is open to plan members, spouses, and surviving spouses within one year of retirement.
Participants will be asked to complete the following online courses, accessible on Board University’s e-learning site, in advance of the two conversation sessions:
Required content: approximately 3 hours
Optional content: approximately 4 hours
Session 1: Orientation Session (30 minutes)
Session 2: Conversation Session 1 (90 minutes)
Session 3: Conversation Session 2 (90 minutes)
Note: Sessions 2 and 3 are held on the same day, two weeks after the orientation session.