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Building Strong Intergenerational Communication In The Workplace

por Sehnaz Baltaci ...
Idioma: EN

Good communication is crucial to the success of any business. One of the communication challenges that many businesses face today is an intergenerational workforce. People are working longer and retiring later in life, which means that today’s labor force is more generationally diverse than ever. 

Each of these generations brings valuable abilities, skills, and talents to your business but they also have very different communication styles. These differences in communication and culture can be a challenge among you and your employees, creating potential conflict and disharmony. By understanding the core values of each generation and what’s important to them, you’ll be able to effectively manage communication across generations and work together as one cohesive team.  

Successfully managing an intergenerational workforce is all about understanding the differences in communication and work styles among your employees. You’ll be able to improve both productivity and morale by using the tips here to improve communication, making the most of the skills and values of both the younger and older generations in your workplace. 

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