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We now have three generations working together -- the Boomers, GenX, and the Millennials. Learn how to communicate for success by identifying the value systems and work styles that each group brings ...

We now have three generations working together -- the Boomers, GenX, and the Millennials. Learn how to communicate for success by identifying the value systems and work styles that each group brings to the office. Plus we'll examine 6 new trends hitting workplaces over the next decade.

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  • 1. Generational Dynamics and The Future of Work Young Executives Group/DE Chamber of Commerce University & Whist Club November 5, 2013
  • 2. How I became a Futurist How I became a futurist Photo by Matt Biddulph
  • 3. photo by Xflickerx
  • 4. The Silent Generation Born Between 1925-1942
  • 5. Why We Won’t Be Talking about the Silent Generation Today
  • 6. Boomers Born Between 1943 - 1960
  • 7. Boomers Love to Give Advice Seeks consensus but enjoys authority. Learn what you can from them
  • 8. Tips on Working with Boomers  Show Respect  Attention to Detail  Be Patient With Your Career  If Going “Out of the Box”, Double Deliver  First, show mastery of traditional methods  Then, present creative solutions  Communication Comfort Zone  Face-to-face  Phone time  Email
  • 9. GenXers Born Between 1961-1981
  • 10. Boomers GenX Traditional Families “Leave it to Beaver” Working Moms, Latchkey Kids Summer of Love AIDS, “just say no” Bull Market Careers Housing Bubble, Great Recession Willis, Stallone, Schwarzenegger Willis, Stallone Schwarzenegger
  • 11. GEN Xers are Entrepreneural Skeptical of Committees and Organizations, Strong Independent Thinking Skills, Slightly Obsessive.
  • 12. Tips on Working with GENXers  Give them space and independence  Show initiative/take responsibility  Communication Comfort Zone Email Skype  Most importantly, get your facts together.
  • 13. Image by Cookieglitch
  • 14. Millennials Born Between 1982-2002
  • 15. The Millennials – Building Networks Optimistic, diverse, strong team players, natural at tech wizardry
  • 16. TIPS on Working with Millennials  Respond Promptly  Give Clear Expectations and Direction  Not 40/5, but 24/7. Value their Flexibility  Communication Comfort Zone  Email  Texting  Social Media  Some special rules apply here…
  • 17. Communicate for Mobile photo by jhaymesisviphotography
  • 18. Get VISUAL
  • 19. Get Graphic Source: Neomammalian Studios
  • 20. Part II – Workplace Trends
  • 21. photo by ssa.gov
  • 22. Trend #1 Patchwork Careers photo by Kirsten Skiles
  • 23. Trend #2 The Disappearance of Jobs, the Workplace , and the Workweek photo by Uros Velickovic
  • 24. Trend #3 Digital Nomads photo by Do8y
  • 25. The Millennial Working, Trend #4 Learning, Office and Having Fun Photo by Hootswuite photo by theUMF
  • 26. Trend #5 AI and Robotics 47% of Jobs May Be Automated by 2020
  • 27. Trend #6 Work Will Make Us More Human photo by Morten Rand-Hendriksen
  • 28. Want More? Twitter: @jhlinde Blog at StratFI.com Email: jlee@stratfi.com also on LinkedIN … with thanks to today’s sponsors at M&T Bank