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Bridge the communications divide


Within the last month, I have found myself part of four different conversations about workplace communications "across generations" of workers within an organization.


Much as I think common sense combined with common courtesy can minimize many incidents of intergenerational communication disconnect, there are some basics that, when understood, can help minimize them further.


Granted these are generalizations (as one group pointed out to me), but they do lend insight to a mindset that may not be your own. And if you are a leader in your organization or workplace, the onus is on you to bridge the communications divide.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2018/07/16/the-business-leaders-guide-to-communication-across-generations/?fbclid=IwAR2ZJR2Os-wUzo-jeYEgOWbN5k5cUBrLOGrwx-8U5dvsIEUlGmpCsQeWdTI#3987b0966565

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