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Dr. Mary wrote her dissertation on generational diversity in the workplace. Find out to manage and profit from the diversity at your company.
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The Silent Generation gave birth to the Baby Boomers and includes people born during the Great Depression and World War II.
Baby Boomers are the generation from a huge population increase that followed World War II and the Great Depression. This was the first western generation to enjoy two cars in the garage and a chicken in every pot!
Gen Xers lived thru the summer of love, the fall of the Berlin wall and the splitting apart of the Soviet Union.
Millenial Gen Y
During this fast-paced generation, nearly every home in developed countries was now hooked up to the internet.
This generation is the first to be connected through social media. What impact will this paradigm shifting generation have on the world?
Dr. Mary offers services for promoting multi-cultural and generational diversity, contact her to find out how she can assist your organization. Contact Dr. Mary here to learn about each generation and check back as interesting articles and updates will be found to enhance your ability to live, learn, work, and play together.
Dr. Mary obtained her Doctorate of Management in Strategic Executive Leadership from Walsh College, Troy, Michigan. She conducted her doctoral research on the perceived impact of generational attributes on organizational leadership regarding recruitment and retention, click here to access Dr. Mary’s dissertation on generational differences.
As leaders broaden their own understanding, they can encourage opportunities for generational interactions that encourage shared knowledge, processing, learning, teamwork, and commitment, as well as ways to communicate, motivate, encourage, and reward employees.
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“It is inherent that differing perspectives will have an impact on relationships. It is the responsibility of an organization and its leadership to reduce generational friction by providing opportunities for expression, understanding, and communication.” -Dr. Mary Welsh, WBHR Consultants, Inc.
Acknowledge and tolerate differing generational perspectives to understand, form and improve better relationships both personally and professionally.
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