Become the bridge

Huling, Jim
October 2008
Smart Business Tampa Bay;Oct2008, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p6
The article offers tips on how companies will break the tension between baby boomer generation and millennial generation in the workplace in Florida. It is said that the executives of the company must arrange an open dialogue to determine the differences of the team and characteristics they wanted to portray. It is also suggested that companies should focus on authentic leadership, integrity, inclusiveness, and flexibility to unite the generations.


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