Differences notwithstanding, a multigenerational workforce offers a distinct competitive advantage. It’s an opportunity to learn from experience and benefit from the innovation that a fresh perspective can bring.
With a multigenerational workforce, the approach to training is as important as training itself.
With the baby boomer brain drain just around the corner, it’s more important than ever to understand your multigenerational workforce.
In today’s cultural climate, generalizing learners based on gender or ethnicity can be highly controversial. Yet making statements about groups of individuals born within certain years is viewed as necessary for meeting the needs of learners.
Today’s workforce includes people of many ages and backgrounds. So how do you find common ground and provide training and development that’s effective for everyone? Start with an understanding of generational dynamics.