Cross generational team work can allow for an eclectic, but inspired flow of ideas and varying perspectives. However, leaders often struggle with managing such a culturally and often, technologically diverse team.
So, how can managers learn to lead their age-diverse team members better? And where to start?
The future of organisational landscape looks LIT! The latest generation entering the workforce in the near future is about to reinvent leadership and work styles, alike. And, like with any inter-generational shift, leaders are going to reinvent their styles in accordance with the new kids on the block.
Managing people is never easy, but the job of a leader becomes even more difficult when team members are openly hostile to each other. And, often, managers struggle to find the right way to help resolve such issues among their direct reports.
Humans are social beings. Right from the beginning of time, we have been drifting towards each other forming social groups and families. Moreover, we crave to interact and communicate with others for […]
Is focusing on employee engagement essential for your organization? Well, we have three answers to that question – Yes. Of course. Definitely. Within an organisation, engaged teams offer value far greater than […]
With the working from home becoming the ‘new norm’ for the foreseeable future, organisations across industries are trying to device methods and adapt best practices to enable impactful collaboration. Efficient communication is one […]