DEI has become an integral part of the workplace conversation. Generational diversity, however, is seen as an obstacle, not an opportunity.
There are more generations working alongside each other today than ever before. From Boomers to Gen Z-ers, offices are navigating a variety of worldviews, values and experiences. These differences are a gift, not an area for friction.
Leverage this generational diversity to survive disruption and generate performance. Start conversations and build community to ensure a transfer of knowledge takes place. Balance between the wisdom within experience, and the creativity within youth, to bridge the generation gap and generate performance.
– Keaveny Hewitt, OnWrd & UpWrd, The Association 100