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Malakye Picks: Navigating a Multi-Generational Work Force

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Katie Ferraro
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Tapping Into The Wisdom And Opportunities of Intergenerational Exchange (read it on Malakye.com)
Why Read It? Because we all have something to learn and why not learn from each other?

  • Even though your peer might be older, it doesn't necessarily mean they are wiser
  • Different generations bring different strengths to the table - embrace the differences for a stronger team
  • Share your inner wisdom

"Believe it or not, we're all in the same boat of career dramas - and, more importantly, even if we’re not conscious of it, we all go down together when the going gets tough."


Tackling the Challenges of a Multi Generational Workforce (read it on BusinessNewsDaily.com)
Why Read It? Because soon there will be four generations in the work force and learning to work together will be more important than ever.

  • With different generations, comes different communication styles
  • Resist the urge to let stereotypes drive the interaction between generations
  • Each generation has a different set of values and work style; be respectful of others' preferences

"Leaders must be ready to take on the challenge of integrating newer workers while still respecting the seniority and experience of older ones."

What Millennials Talk About When They Talk About Their Managers
(read it on digiday.com)

Recognize, Reward And Engage Your Multi-Generational Workplace
(read it on forbes.com)

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