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How those coming of age during the coronavirus pandemic are facing unique challenges that are setting them back.

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From this article you will gain:

  • Information on the specific impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Gen Z and predictions for this generation’s dicey future.
  • Ideas on how to connect with and support Gen Zers during this trying time.

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If what they say about challenges is true — that facing them builds character — than many of us have built…


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How generational shaming is destroying productivity and collaboration in the workplace

We know, we know. Millennials are cold-blooded killers of industry. Ridiculous headlines about failing businesses have littered our newsfeeds and media outlets for years all pointing blame at the fickle millennial generation. Millennials are killing diamonds. They’re killing beer and killing chain restaurants. These young people born roughly between 1980 and 1995 aren’t consuming in the same ways as previous generations, so any sluggishness in our economy? Yeah, blame those stingy Millennials.

The criticism gets personal too. How many times have you heard that Millennials are snowflakes who can’t…


A Primer for Managers of Multigenerational Teams

The scene is a familiar one. Two people of different generations engaged in conversation and experiencing a values clash and conflict. It could be two strangers over social media, or a grandparent and grandchild over the dinner table, or even a boss and an employee over the conference table. Bring up the topic of generational differences to any diverse group and people respond with knowing nods and raised eyebrows.

We are living in a new era of multigenerational diversity in the workplace. For the first time in U.S. …


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How to get employee buy-in and achieve lasting results

Successful businesses are those with engaged employees who have the knowledge and tools to be effective communicators and collaborators. Your people are your greatest and most dynamic resource and when trust and connection are cultivated between coworkers, teams thrive and produce their best results.

With a reported 70% of employees not being engaged at work in the U.S., finding ways to connect and energize your people has never been more crucial to success. Research shows 70% of business transformation efforts fail due to lack of engagement. …

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Justin Shaddix & Zach Handler, corporate trainers and workplace culture consultants. Providing perspectives on the multigenerational workforce.

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