Multigenerational Leadership

The Leadership Habit Podcast Ep. 5: Innovative Thinking in Leadership with Ron Crossland

  In this Episode, Jenn DeWall talks to leadership expert Ron Crossland about the role of Innovative Thinking in Leadership. Ron has over 30 years of experience in the field doing both original and secondary research and has helped develop better leaders, create more innovation, forge better internal and external relationships and inspire greater performance… read more

The Remix: How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace

Taken from Amazon: The essential guide for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and employees looking to navigate today’s multigenerational workplace, which spans more generations than ever before. Millennials have only just begun their reign as the largest generation in the workplace. But they are not alone. For the next decade at least, these young professionals will be… read more

The Benefits of a Generationally Diverse Workplace

The workplace today is more generationally diverse than what it has been in the past. People are living longer and retiring later, while new generations are joining the workforce. Currently, there are 5 generations in the workforce, the Traditionalists born before 1946, Baby Boomers born between 1946-1964, Generation X born between 1965-1980, Millennials born between… read more

Why Leaders Should Start a Multi-Gen Mentoring Program Immediately

If you are managing a team in today’s workplace, chances are that you are managing multiple generations—often, up to four! Multigenerational management has become a hot topic in recent years as the workplace undergoes an important demographic shift. More employees are working later in life than ever before, while younger generations come of working age… read more

The Challenge of Multi-Generational Leadership—How You Can Lead a Diverse Workforce

  Today’s workforce consists of multiple generations each with their own skills, communication style, and working preferences. As a manager or supervisor, those differences can seem rather daunting to manage. However, it can be done. In most offices, you’ll find Baby Boomers, Generation X employees, Millennials and perhaps a few Generation Zers. While Baby Boomers… read more

Predictably Different: A Look At The Differing Worldviews Among Generations

From a bird’s-eye view, it’s clear that the heterogeneous generational stack found in many organizations can offer a much-needed injection of creativity. Yet, up close, generational differences can sometimes cause friction among two or more team members. Read the descriptions below to familiarize yourself with these differences. Baby Boomers: As Baby Boomers were growing up,… read more

Book Review – Work With Me: A New Lens on Leading the Multigenerational Workforce

  Taken from Amazon.com: A generational shift is changing the dynamics of the workplace. Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y are bringing their expectations, communication styles, and ideals to work and tensions are rising. Business leaders realize that they need to figure out how to get the generations to work together. In Work… read more

5 Reasons To Start A Multigenerational Mentoring Program

Reduce conflict, engage employees, and improve customer experience with a multigenerational mentoring program. If you are managing a team in today’s workplace, chances are that you are managing multiple generations—often, up to 4! Multigenerational management has become a hot topic in recent months as the workplace undergoes an important demographic shift. More employees are working… read more

Tips for Managing Multiple Generations in the Workplace

Managing multiple generations to encourage collaboration and mentoring produces a competitive advantage for innovative organizations. Leaders and managers in today’s workplace are struggling to manage the largest demographic shift the labor force has ever seen. With four generations now being represented in the workplace in significant numbers, and managers often supervising both younger and older… read more

Why We Need Generational Training Now

Guest Post by Amy Lynch | Generational Edge Generational training gives leaders and managers the tools they need to influence generational collaboration. The generations we work with today are not the ones we knew a few years ago. In fact, we’re going through the most dramatic demographic shift the workplace has ever seen. Generational Shift… read more