Generational Differences

Deal, Jennifer J.
June 2007
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2007, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p11
The author discusses the ten truths about generational conflicts at work. She says that all generations have similar values despite of the continuous discussion about big differences in values between older and younger people. She adds that older people complain about the lack of respect among younger talents. She adds that different generations expect the same things of their leaders and that sometimes, age does not appear to matter much.


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