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Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace (2013)

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Knowledge about generations doesn't give you all the answers, but it does help you have more effective conversations.

Knowledge about generations doesn't give you all the answers, but it does help you have more effective conversations.

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    Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace (2013) Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace (2013) Presentation Transcript

    • Managing theMulti-GenerationalWorkplace
    • 1. is this real?2. what do I need to know?3. how does this help me?
    • who’s in the room?
    • silent generation
    • Baby boomers
    • generation x
    • ?millennials
    • silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1. is this real?
    • silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennialsHYPE
    • theorylife stagesvaluessocial moments
    • youthrising adultmidlife adultelderlife stages
    • values
    • social moments
    • silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1925-42(71–88)1943-60(53–70)1961-81(32–52)1982-2005(8–31)
    • the baby boomSource: U.S. Census data, reported at www.bbhq.com
    • silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1925-42(71–88)1943-60(53–70)1961-81(32–52)1982-2005(8–31)2. what do I need toknow?
    • context:volatile and insecurecharacteristics:command and controlassets/liabilities:hard work / hate changesilent generation: born 1925 to 1942
    • baby boomers: born 1943 to 1960context:idealistic revolutioncharacteristics:hard work, group focusassets/liabilities:team players/hate conflict
    • generation x: born 1961 to 1981context:broken promisescharacteristics:independent, “showme”assets/liabilities:adaptable / cynical
    • the internetabundancediversitychild-focusedmillennials: born 1982 to 2005
    • social internet
    • abundance
    • video games
    • diversity
    • child-focused
    • perspective on timeeducationworkleisuresilent generationbaby boomers
    • educationworkleisuremillennialsperspective on time
    • Silent: favor command and control, security,delayed rewardBoomer: idealistic, group/team focused,hard work for the cause, self-fulfillmentGen X: independent, less stock in title orposition, work-life balanceMillennial: do it ourselves, no waiting,networked, “lines” (offline/online) blurredHow do these show up?
    • silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials3. how does this help
    • products and servicessystems and processesconflict
    • probability0never always1
    • leadership
    • leadershipthe internetabundancediversitychild-focused
    • leadership
    • leadership
    • babyboomersgeneration x millennials
    • babyboomersgeneration x millennials
    • 1. is this real?2. what do I need to know?3. how does this help me?
    • www.jamienotter.comjamienotter@gmail.com
    • image creditssilenthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/62337512@N00/1764887950generation xhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/baia/5086308799/in/photostream/diversity:http://www.flickr.com/photos/27897673@N03/4169399143