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When the Boss Calls a Meeting… (from The Future of Work™)

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When generational communication differences cause misunderstandings about things like work requirements and work/life balance, what do you do? Our generational differences do influence our views about authority, and hierarchy. They also impact the things we say and how we say them. Many organizations have inherited traditional structures and practices that are rooted in militaristic approaches popular in the past. Using the M.E.E.T.® model is like having a coach helping us through the process. That way we create shared understanding, new agreements, and clear expectations.

Competencies

  • Developing High-Performing Work Habits
  • Understanding Diversity
  • Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging
  • Leading and Managing for Peak Performance

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The “command and control” leadership style that was often experienced as the norm by Baby Boomers. Gen Xers tend to be more collaborative, have less hierarchy and sometimes fewer, or more relaxed rules.  This is even more true for Millennials and Gen Zs as they become the majority of the workforce. These different experiences and expectations are why learning to communicate across generations is so important. The reality is that each generation comes with its own rules for the workplace.


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