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Have you (or your supervisors) been taught how to manage people of different generations?

In today’s multigenerational workplace, communication challenges arise. Leadership must take responsibility for bridging the generational gap. By promoting open communication, embracing flexibility, investing in training, and celebrating diversity, leaders can foster collaboration and productivity. Younger employees can also contribute by practicing active listening, being open to feedback, embracing technology, seeking mentors, and mentoring others.