Lisa Harris, Senior Learning and Development Consultant with UVA's Talent Development unit, joins Patty and Brandi to talk about how members of our multigenerational workforce can learn from one another and find common ground and strength in their differences. Soon we'll have five generations in our workplace -- now is the time to embrace age diversity!
A breakdown of generations in the workplace:
Talent Development at UVA, "Bridging the Generation Gap" classes: https://leadershipexcellence.virginia.edu/classes/academic
Lynda.com (search for generation gap or multigenerational workforce -- here's one to start with: https://www.lynda.com/Career-Development-tutorials/Communicate-bridge-generation-gap/510309/579749-4.html )
More info on multigenerational workforce issues: https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/tools-and-samples/exreq/pages/details.aspx?erid=892
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