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  • Bridging The Generation Gap Text NEA-Retired East Regional Conference Jeff Kallay, VP Consulting “Apostle of Authenticity”
  • Manage the Expectations 15 American Generations 4 Cycles = 4 Stage/2 Stroke Generation X Millennials Who is next? Did you know? Discussion and Media Resources
  • Disclaimers
  • “In America, each generation is a new people.” Alec de Tocqueville, 1830
  • 4 Number of books by Howe and Strauss Generations, 13th Gen, The Fourth Turning and Millennials Rising LifeCourse Associates www.lifecourse.com
  • 4 - Number of books by Howe and Strauss Generations, 13th Gen, The Fourth Turning and Millennials Rising LifeCourse Associates www.lifecourse.com
  • 4 Number of Generations Colliding in the Workplace Silent, Boomers, Xers and Millennials LifeCourse Associates www.lifecourse.com
  • 23.4 Average Number of Years of American Generations Howe and Strauss
  • 15 American Generations (19 New World) Howe and Strauss
  • 4 Number of Generational Cycles and Number of Generations Per Cycle Howe and Strauss
  • Revolutionary Cycle Name + Birth Years Awakening + 1701-1723 Liberty + 1724-1741 Republican + 1742-1766 Compromise + 1767-1791
  • Civil War Cycle Name + Birth Years Transcendental + 1792-1821 Gilded + 1822-1842 Progressive + 1843-1859
  • Great Power Cycle Name + Birth Years Missionary + 1860-1882 Lost + 1883-1900 G.I. + 1901-1924 Silent + 1925-1942
  • Millennial Cycle Name + Birth Years Boomer + 1943-1960 X + 1961-1981 Millennials + 1982-2000/01 15th (Homeland or iGeneration) + 2000/01-20??
  • 4/2 4 Stage/2 Stroke Per Cycle The Fourth Turning Howe and Strauss
  • Revolutionary Cycle Name + Birth Years = Description Awakening + 1701-1723 = Idealist Liberty + 1724-1741 = Reactive Republican + 1742-1766 = Civic Compromise + 1767-1791 = Adaptive
  • Civil War Cycle Name + Birth Years = Description Transcendental + 1792-1821 = Idealist Gilded + 1822-1842 = Reactive Progressive + 1843-1859 = Adaptive
  • Great Power Cycle Name + Birth Years = Description Missionary + 1860-1882 = Idealist Lost + 1883-1900 = Reactive G.I. + 1901-1924 = Civic Silent + 1925-1942 = Adaptive
  • Millennial Cycle Name + Birth Years = Description Boomer + 1943-1960 = Idealist X + 1961-1981 = Reactive Millennials + 1982-2000/01 = Civic 15th (Homeland or iGeneration) + 2000/01-20?? = Adaptive
  • 4 Stage / 2 Stroke Idealist Idealist birth Civic Reactive Reactive birth Adaptive Civic Civic birth Idealist Adaptive Adaptive birth Reactive Repeat
  • Each Generation Rebels against the elder-built world and against the generation before it. (Think X>Boomer and Millennial>X) Redirects society towards its own inclinations.
  • Each Generation 1. Solves the problems facing the prior youth generation (Millennial>X) 2. Corrects for the behavioral excess it perceives in current midlife generation (Millennial>Boomer) 3. Fills the social role being vacated by the departing elder generation (Millennials>G.I.)
  • Each Generation Is shaped by their surroundings and by the generations with which they interact. While being born becomes history, and as they age they make history.
  • Types of History Social Moment - a brief period of time when people perceive historical events to radically alter their social environments. 1. Secular Crisis - when society focuses on reordering the outer world of institutions and social behavior. 2. Spiritual Awakening - when society focuses on changing the inner world of values and personal behavior.
  • Repeating in America 1. Idealist - encounters a spiritual awakening in rising adulthood and a secular crisis entering elderhood. 2. Reactive - encounters a spiritual awakening entering youth, and a secular crisis entering midlife. 3. Civic - encounters a secular crisis entering rising adulthood, and a spiritual awakening entering elderhood. 4. Adaptive - encounters a secular crisis entering youth, and a spiritual awakening entering midlife.
  • “A generation that can sneakily trump boomer X narcissism and millennial entitlement.” Jeff Gordiner, “X Saves the World: How Generation X Got the Shaft but Can Still Keep Everything from Sucking”
  • About Generation X Born and raised as independent latch-key kids. Sexual Revolution, Watergate, Vietnam, Gay Rights, High Divorce Rate, Recession and Woman’s Movement peppered their youth. Demonized by Hollywood: Rosemary’s Baby, The Exorcist, Taxi Driver, Pretty Baby and The Omen.
  • About Generation X Playing to win by half expecting to lose. Accepting wide gaps between personal outcomes and sex roles. Proud of their ability to cut through the hype.
  • About Generation X Becoming cautious in family life and gradually mellowing in personality. Dedicated to starting and maintaining stable families, something their Silent generation parents did not.
  • Mommy Many Generation X women are chosing not to return to work after they have children. ABC News Special Report “The Mommy Wars”
  • Millennial Largest, most wanted, most watched over and most diverse generation in American history. Howe and Strauss “Millennials Rising”
  • The Three “Kaitlins” Kaitlin Caitlin Kate Lynn
  • 3.6 Average birthrate of Millennials (in millions) Howe and Strauss “Millennials Rising”
  • 76 Million Millennials (vs. 72 million Boomers and 42 million Xers) Howe and Strauss “Millennials Rising”
  • $50k Parents willing to pay for an ovum from an attractive, high IQ, female at a top university Howe and Strauss “Millennials Rising”
  • 50% Increase in amount of stuff in weight in average American homes vs. 20 years ago US News and World Report, 2008
  • 87% College freshmen who have never shared a room with a sibling Chronicle of Higher Education, November 2009
  • About Millennials 35% are non-white (and Latino). 1 in 5 have an immigrant parent, 1 in 10 have a non-citizen parent. Largest separation in wealth in American history.
  • About Millennials Celebrated, cherished and protected. Celebrated by Hollywood: Three Men and Baby, Baby Boom, Mr. Mom and Disney princesses. Empowered females. Bike helmets, car seats, nanny cams and more.
  • About Millennials Raised by attached parents. “Helicopter Parents” or “Blackhawks” transitioning to “Stealth.” Parents are “Best Friends” and co-purchasing. Conservative. Or Conventional?
  • About Millennials Team Oriented. Task Oriented. Civic Oriented. (not in march on D.C. way) Want to achieve high standards set for them. Feel that they have already “paid their dues.”
  • X and Millennial You are no longer in control of message or media. They are in control. They want authenticity and simplicity. Stories render authenticity.
  • X and Millennial To connect with these generations you cannot talk at, you must talk with. You must give them the tools to create their own stories, memories and experiences.
  • Reaching Millennials Eliminate Ambiguity. Think of Time as 24/7 Resource. Combine Work with Play. Make it Worthwhile. Handle with Care. Play to Their Strengths. Group Think.
  • “Our generation isn’t about sex, drugs or violence. It’s about technology, discovery and coming together as a nation.” Mikah Griffin, 17, 1999
  • Who is Next? 15th Homeland or iGeneration 2000/2001-?
  • 5000 Marketing messages your members are assaulted by each day Adweek November 2006
  • 90% Consumers who trust word of mouth, vs. traditional advertising Adweek November 2006
  • 320 facebook Social Networks (in millions) USA Today 2010
  • :60 Amount of time 17-25 year olds spend on website OneStat 2008
  • 3 Number of clicks visitors will spend to find what they want on a website OneStat 2008
  • Top Ten Websites Ages 17-25 Youth Trends and Emarketer, October 2006
  • 95% 18-25 Year Olds who are “Big” texters (200+ text messages a day) Pew Internet and CNN Special Report
  • 4.1 Billion - Daily Text Messages Pew Internet
  • 85% Prefer email over phone Reachon.com 2008
  • 40% Check their email in bathroom using PDA Reachon.com 2009
  • 34% 50 years and older that use wireless Pew Internet 2010
  • 63% 30-49 year olds that use wireless Pew Internet 2010
  • 81% Millennials that use wireless Pew Internet 2010
  • Download Session PDF #1 Go to www.targetx.com click iThink Blog click Slide Presentations #2 Go to www.slideshare.net/targetx #3 Email me kallay@targetx.com
  • Your Bookshelf
  • Media and Resources Did You Know? Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHmwZ96_Gos&feature=related Web 2.0 Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gmP4nkeOE0E Pew Internet Research http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Social-Media-and-Young-Adults.aspx
  • Mommy Tell My Professor He’s Not Nice http://www.sptimes.com/2006/06/19/State/Mommy__tell_my_profes.shtml A Generation Serves Notice; It's a Moving Target http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html? res=9D0CE7D9123FF931A15752C0A9609C8B63 facebook grows up http://www.newsweek.com/id/32261/page/2
  • YouthQuake (Millennial Values in Work) http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/08_03/b4067000290367.htm? chan=magazine+channel_top+stories Scenes From A Culture Clash http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/102/culture-clash.html Get The Best Out Of Millennials http://www.adage.com/talentworks/article?article_id=124891
  • The Millennials are Coming http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/11/08/60minutes/main3475200.shtml Employee Evolution - Millennials at Work http://www.employeeevolution.com/ TargetX iThink Blog http://.targetx.com/ithink
  • Want More? Read Our Blogs: TargetX Blog at www.targetx.com/ithink/
  • Free on Friday Webcasts Free On Friday Webcasts Watch Past Webcasts
  • Download Session PDF #1 Go to www.targetx.com click iThink Blog click Slide Presentations #2 Go to www.slideshare.net/targetx #3 Email me kallay@targetx.com
  • ? So what does it all mean?
  • Bridging The Generation Gap Text NEA-Retired East Regional Conference Jeff Kallay, VP Consulting “Apostle of Authenticity” kallay@targetx.com