Developing a positive approach to both expected and unexpected change is an essential and valuable skill to possess in today’s workplace. The need to adjust and alter our plans and expectations, drive what is now considered a normal part of life. Change is inevitable and necessary in order for businesses and organizations to survive and thrive. Our attitude and perspective as we go through it will make all the difference to our organization and to our own personal success.
For the first time in our nation’s history, America has seven living generations, and five generations in the workplace. By understanding the characteristics and core values of the five generations in today’s workplace and learning about their varying styles of communication we can bridge the generation gap and embrace the benefits of a multi-generational workforce.
What is unconscious bias, and how does it affect your day-to-day interactions and decision-making? Our tendency to see the world through a lens that favors our own reality complicates matters as our workplaces become more and more diverse. Examine the direct link between personal bias and unconscious thinking, and how they can affect our beliefs…