Johann Redelinghuys is CEO of Portfolio & Co, a company that finds ways in which “retiring” execs who want to remain productive can apply their skills.
Johann Redelinghuys’ Portfolio & Co creates a “Portfolio Life” (typically consisting of multiple “jobs” such as consulting assignments, philanthropy, etc.) for its “retired” members.
Johann Redelinghuys of Portfolio & Co is a regular contributor to Daily Maverick.
“Why try and make retirement more palatable? Why not just abolish it completely?” - Portfolio & Co CEO Johann Redelinghuys.
Portfolio & Co CEO Johann Redelinghuys is a registered psychologist and started his career in applied psychological research.
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Retired people sometimes become lonely, depressed and bored. We’re interested in people approaching retirement who don’t know exactly what they will do.— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
South Africa is short of skills. Retired people are more willing to help if it’s on a part-time basis. It's not only about staying busy; it's about being productive.— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
We’re getting older. What are you doing with your life from age 60 to age 90? You could be making a good contribution somewhere! We want you to enjoy your leisure time, but still have chunks of productivity.— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
Giving back is one part of the portfolio we’re establishing. Often people have this desire, but don’t know how.— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
This is not only about a hobby; this is a serious business and you can make money!— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
People are leaving corporations at a younger and younger age. Often they want to do something else more fulfilling, but don’t know how. This is why we offer a series of coaching programs to show them.— Johann Redelinghuys, Portfolio & Co CEO
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