The future belongs to millennials. And that is a good thing. Our former ways of doing government are not sustainable.
Posts Tagged: Generations
If you are someone who has been guilty of the unconscious bias associated with misunderstanding other generations (outside of your own, of course), allow me to translate a few misconceptions in this millennial translation article.
Our attention to workplace behavior, whether it’s about generational differences or other social woes, require our best thinking and our best behavior.
We all, regardless of our age, generation, or cultural background, have a lot to learn from one another and much to offer as well. When we value and embrace our differences, the potential for growth is virtually limitless!
How government agencies can use the five elements of the Simply Irresistible Organization to attract and retain Millennials.
How to build a government workplace that has high employee engagement to all the generations.
Though I long to identify with some of what made the Baby Boom generation unique, I don’t quite fit in. Likewise, my son was born on the cusp of the Millennial generation and doesn’t identify with them or their predecessors. Gen-Xers have been called the “middle child” of generations, caught between “the two noisy behemoths”… Read more »
The challenge for agencies is finding skilled, younger workers to replace an aging workforce. They are driven by mission and a strong sense of purpose to transform their communities and the nation for the better. This sense of purpose is what agencies must tap into when recruiting next-generation talent.
Move over, Millennials. There is a new generation of workers entering the workforce. They are called Generation Z’ers.
With baby boomers restlessly pacing at retirement’s door, it’s critical to plan now for the significant talent gap that lies ahead. Right now, your workforce is likely made up of multiple generations bringing different traits to the table. It’s critical to take advantage of this multigenerational makeup before baby boomers retire and transition out of… Read more »