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As another generation graduates into the workforce, it’s increasingly important for managers to understand the differing needs of their direct reports. In fact, by 2060 the age distribution in the US is predicted to be more equalized than ever.
While managing a generationally diverse team can be challenging, well-managed multigenerational teams see many benefits from the broad range of skills and experiences.
Professionals in each age demographic have their own work styles, approaches, and experiences. Communication skills, adaptability, technical skills, and cross-departmental collaboration are just a few of the areas leaders recognize differences