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"Traumas' and Triggers-Our Families Through 5 Generations"

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Please join me as we explore the differences and similarities that span five generations within our families and our work force. A show for us both personally, and professionally.  Through better understanding of each generation we increace our ability to work together more successfully, and by understanding the motivating factors of the various generational birth cohorts in our lives and in the workplace we learn what motivates each generation. This show will help if you if manage and work with multi generations; it will also help you know how to recruit and retain them; how their learning styles differ,  and how to manage the multi-generational work force.  Furthermore, you will improve your relationships with your parents, your kids, younger friends, older friends, etc.. as you gain understanding into all the different generations you are interacting with socially, relationally and emotionally. Understanding a person's generational orientation will improve communcation, intimacy, at the same time it decreases offense, conflict, and confusion.

If you are listening to this show as a manager you will learn that through understanding and accepting the reference points and orientation of each generation, you will increase managerial competencies, productivity, and enjoyment.  You will be more apt to manage and recognize giftedness and understand how to better develop others while retaining the individuals we have invested in.  With greater understanding and acceptance you will work better together.  When we work better together we have greater accuracy and less mistakes; we are better able to meet deadlines, and we make more money.

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