Do I have a generational issue?
One of your team members wants structured office hours, and another doesn’t understand why you have a brick-and-mortar office at all. One direct report always picks up the phone when you call, and another only replies to a text – with a supporting emoji, of course!
Are situations like these caused by generational differences? How do you know? And what do you do? Perhaps you’re seeing some trends that you don’t know how to identify. Is there conflict on the horizon? Can it be avoided?
If you’re looking to explore what’s happening with the generational shift in workplace, here’s what we recommend:
1. Read ReGenerations.
In less than 100 pages, this one-hour read primes the topic – and gives you a basic grasp on why it matters to your organization.
2. Book a ReGenerations keynote or training.
In our informative, interactive and eye-opening workshops we’ll share generational insights that help you see differently and make immediate improvements.
3. Book our premier training program, GENERATIONAL ADVANTAGE.
In this deep-dive, we’ll share four building blocks that enable you to leverage the generational shift for your benefit – and you’ll walk away with a go-forward plan to transform generational conflict into opportunity within your organization.
Some of the friction that you have in your company might involve generational issues brewing under the surface. Check out Jessica Stollings’ and ReGenerations content for serious insight on how these factors can bedevil – or enhance – an organization. You might be surprised at what you find.
1 in 3 people lose 12 percent of their work week to chronic, unaddressed generational conflict.
Only 20 percent of employers say their company has a program or strategy for intergenerational relationships.
By 2030, all Baby Boomers will be over 65. (Although a majority don’t plan on retiring at that age).
Half of Gen X feels stalled in their careers.
Millennials are the largest living generation in the U.S.
iGen multitasks across at least 5 screens daily.