Look around your workplace … do you have teenagers and 20-somethings working alongside 60- and 70-year-olds?
For the first time in history, employees from five different generations are participating in the U.S. workforce: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z. And when it comes to managing these different employees, one size definitely does NOT fit all.
Five generations means five different types of communication styles, worldviews, motivational drivers and more. If your leaders and managers don't understand (and work with) these differences, you'll suffer lower engagement, reduced productivity and higher-than-average turnover.
Discover the unique characteristics and motivations of today's multi-generational workforce – and how to inspire the best performance out of each individual – with Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce.