There are currently four generations in the workplace, which makes for some pretty interesting dynamics at work. Workplace expert Roberta Matuson clears up the confusion that may arise when people from different generations come together at work. This video helps you better understand the generational differences and provides you with tips on how to work effectively with one another.
- In the movie, In Good Company,…actor Dennis Quaid plays Stan Foreman,…a 51 year old successful magazine advertising salesman…who gets a 26 year old boss.…In 2004, when the movie came out, this was the perfect…premise for a comedy.…Today, there are a growing number…of real life, young bosses and older subordinates…who negotiate dicey relationships everyday…and it's not all fun and games.…
As Baby Boomers continue to delay retirement…learning to speak a common language…will help you better manage your younger boss…and work more cohesively with your coworkers.…Here are a few ideas to help you get started.…Solid relationships are key to getting ahead…at work.…Keep abreast of the latest trends…so you can connect and communicate effectively…with the boss and coworkers.…Search for articles that can provide you with insight…as to what's top of mind these days…for millennials and Gen X-ers.…
Being able to discuss these trends with your boss…and coworkers can help strengthen personal relationships.…The last thing you want to do,…
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- Decoding your boss's management style
- Managing your boss
- Building strong relationships
- Avoiding mistakes
- Dealing with office politics
- Ensuring your next play is the right move
- Communicating effectively
- Bridging a generation gap
- Being heard
- Tooting your own horn strategically