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Multiple Generations at Work

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For the first time ever there are four even five generations at work and home.

If you're intereseted in learning how to understand, communicate and work effectively with all generations in the workplace or even at home tune in to Multiple Generations at Work on Being a Leader:LIVE with Brenda Baird.

  • Traditionalists (born before 1945)
  • Baby Boomers (born 1946–1964)
  • Gen Xers (born 1965–1980)
  • Millennials (born 1981–2001)
  • 911 Generations (2002-?)

Having multiple generations in the workplace can reveal surprising generational differences. Issues like: misunderstanding, irritation, and stereotyping that can really hurt work relationships, business results and often teams get stuck. Does this sound familiar:

  • Why do these younger employees want so much feedback and attention?
  • How many years do I have to “pay my dues” before they take me seriously?
  • Why do the younger generations work with earphones when they miss half of what goes on?

If so, you are seeing generational differences.  Get the answer answers to all these common questions about multiple generations in the workplace

You won't want to miss my special guest Haydn Shaw. Hayden has researched generational differences for over twenty years. He is the author of Sticking Points: How to Get 4 Generations Working Together in the 12 Places They Come Apart. Hayden created FranklinCovey’s bestselling workshops Leading Across Generations and Working Across Generations. He also writes on generations and leadership for the Huffington Post.