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Whether in our working lives or at a personal level, relationships have the potential to add fulfilment and meaning to our lives or cause disappointment and unhappiness. Unfortunately, most of us obtain little training or learning in the most fundamental aspects of human behaviour that profoundly affects our personal and professional relationships: Emotional Intelligence.
Each brings unique assumptions to the job. As a result, individuals often interpret events in the workplace differently in different generations. What may seem like good news to a Boomer might well be an unsettling and unwelcome development to a member of Generation X. Things that members of Gen Y love often seem unappealing or frivolous to those in older generations.
CEE published Research on “Inspiring Your Future Workforce – Leading and Engaging Gen Y and Z Effectively” highlight attributes that distinguish Gen Z and Gen Y employees from a talent management perspective and provides an insightful picture and practical recommendations of what employees across the different generations could foster closer collaboration at the workplace .