EVOLVE CONFERENCE RECAP: DAY TWO

Today we covered how generational differences often stem from experiences, technology and news events that occur during our formative years of adolescence and late teens. Those differences result in traits that impact communication styles, how people operate within a team, and expectations for corporate culture and structured career paths. Generational perspectives sometimes relate to overall trends, such as the level of interest to work in the office versus work remotely, and other times relate to details, such as the way we write messages with/without emojis or our use of punctuation. Open communication is critical to success: when every generation feels respected and understood, that is when we can achieve the best outcomes and leverage the strengths of generational diversity.   WATCH SESSIONS ON DEMAND   EVOLVE Keynote Speaker Recap and Panel Discussion:   Today’s presentation by Scott Zimmer of Bridgeworks, a sociologist focused on breaking down barriers to facilitate communication and retain and engage talent from all generations. Scott discussed some of the diverse upbringings of Baby Boomers, Gen X’s and Millennials, and the resulting key traits that make them uniquely valuable to an organization. Scott also discussed the impact each generation has had on the workplace and how they… continue reading

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