International Youth Day
The Center for Generational Kinetics defines a generation as:
"... a group of people born around the same time and raised around the same place. People in this birth cohort exhibit similar characteristics, preferences, and values over their lifetimes."
With peoples from different generation working together, we can expect some - or many - differences between them, whether in the way of thinking, behavior, culture, or the action. There might be friction and issue occurred from such differences, so we need to understand each of them, and how we can empower them to work in good synergy.
Find more in this e-book:
- Common characteristics of individual from Gen Y (Millennials) & Gen Z
- Key similarities and differences between Millennials and Gen Z
- Different generational perceptions and their impact on behavior
- How to create a culture of openness, inclusion, and control
- ...and more!