Sometimes managing different generations can feel like mixing oil and water. Or playing football on a hockey rink. Or joining a conference call from a rotary phone.
Generational perspectives seem to conflict on every point. You try and try, but all the management strategies you learned over the years do nothing to reconcile these differences.
The good news is that generational differences don’t have to be so challenging.
Simple changes in perspective can turn differences into strengths. When managers and organizations harness this power, they become more successful than ever before
In fact, the manager who is able to bridge generational differences often becomes an organization’s greatest asset.
To help you master your multigenerational leadership skills, I’ve collected 25 of my most useful, actionable multigenerational management tips in one place. Each suggestion falls under one of five categories:
Keep this practical guide on file and reference it whenever you face a multigenerational challenge.
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