I have been delivering presentation on the generations for many years and my book, "101 Ways to Make Generations X, Y and Zoomers Happy at Work" has been distributed globally.
I am speaking at the Central Exchange Lyceum in Kansas a premier leadership event this month on how to work with each other in a multi-generational reality. Click here
to find out more.
One of the most common questions I get asked is, "isn't generations content a gross generalization?" or I get asked, "isn't it ageism?"
My answer to both of those questions is that there are always differences within a structure and in the case of generations of course there are differences among a group of Gen X's as every one is unique and we have to factor in personality/gender/culture when talking about the generations. AND there is no denying that there is a values and perspective alignment that is part of the 'groups' we identify in the generations
11 April, 2014