Generational Diversity


The world changes with every generation,
but thankfully, life's surest principles do not.

Mark DeMoss

 

Many workplace issues that are labeled "personality conflicts" are actually generational issues. For the first time in history, there are four specific generations in the workforce. Each generation has its own set of beliefs, preferences and work styles. While there are benefits to each generation, combining the generations with little thought to these beliefs can be disastrous.

All of us, employees, managers and owners alike, can benefit by understanding differing viewpoints. Taking the time to understand they way other generations think and act can go a long way in creating a harmonious, smooth operating workplace.

This workshop explores generational difference and the affects on motivation, teamwork and collaboration. We can also help develop strategies and tools to help improve communication and performance across generations. With a proper understanding and respect for each other, generations can do more than coexist. A multi-generational team can learn how to communicate and work together, leveraging their strengths to move their business forward.