“When Tom Davis retired after 31 years as a top executive working overseas with Kimberley-Clark, he realized his experience could benefit struggling businesses in developing countries. Tom is part of that vast network of Baby Boomers (those in the U.S. born between 1946 and 1964) who are now retiring and looking for ways to share their years of hard earned knowhow.
Tom didn’t want to stagnate when he retired, so he volunteered for the International Executive Service Corps (IESC) and we sent him to help a struggling but promising business in Lebanon. ‘It was lacking so much in modern management capabilities, organization, strategies, and just getting projects done. I was perfect for what I saw they needed,’ he explained to me.”
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