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Make Your Organization a Learning Culture

Now more than ever before companies are facing the challenge of managing up to five generations in their workforce; these encompass the Veterans or the Traditionalists, the Baby Boomers (1948-1963), Generation X (1964-1978), the Millennials (1979-1991) and Generation Z (they are just beginning to enter the workforce.) And while labels are fraught with generalizations, managing a multi-generational workforce can be a complex endeavor. It involves addressing individual needs and aspirations, dealing with differing values, work styles, expectations and, above all, understanding their differences and then embracing those differences to build even stronger teams.

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