In today’s workplace, you’ll find employees who are born well after 70 and fresh graduates who are as young as 20 years. This means your teams may comprise five generations: Silent Generation (traditionalists), Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z. Professionals in each of these five generations have their unique work styles, expectations, motivations, approaches, and experiences. As a manager, you must come up with creative ways to leverage these substantial differences to build high-performing, diverse teams, and manage them effectively. This article will take you through 7 tips for managing multigenerational teams.
How to survive a multigenerational vacation? Photo by Oleg Magni from Pexels In the vast underworld of prematurely discarded ideas, organizing a multigenerational trip unjustly pickles as one of the potentially most fun and rewarding experiences you and your family members can engage in! (Of course, there’s a good chance that trip could end a complete and utter […]