4 ways to bridge generation gaps
Put a group of strangers together, ask them to work side-by-side in the same building or office for eight hours each day, and you’re bound to have some conflict. Now imagine that group containing people from different generations, all with different values and views of the world, the amount of conflict can greatly multiply. So, you’ve got quite the challenge there. However, managing and motivating a diverse workforce doesn’t necessarily have to be a predicament. With the right skills, mindset and tools your managers can become the glue that keeps everyone together. So, let’s make the following tips stick(y)!