The topic of “generations” in the workplace has become popular among L&D professionals. Stereotypes exist regarding generational differences surrounding values, work behaviors, and preferences in supervision. These perceived differences impact the modern workplace in everything from hiring practices to office design. This new report from The Learning Guild uses academic literature and empirical research to analyze whether these generational differences are as important as people believe them to be and provides recommendations for handling these differences moving forward. More Similar than Different: What the Research Says About Generations in the Workplaceis available for free download with a free membership to The Learning Guild.
Email: info [remove space] @bozarthzone.com . Author,"Social Media for Trainers" Also, "E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring", "Better than Bullet Points: Creating Engaging E-Learning with PowerPoint", and "From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers" . Also, watch for my monthly "Nuts and Bolts" column in "Learning Solutions" magazine.
2020 Learning Solutions, Orlando, April 9 Learning on a Shoestring Conference, April 22 DHHS Conference May 15 LxD Conference June 11 GuildReads Host (w Catherine Lombardozzi), July 17 GuildReads Host (w Megan Torrance), August 14 Learning Devcamp (Keynote), September 16 L&D Talks, Brussels, October 1 GuildReads Host (w Jennifer Hofmann) iSpring Days Moscow (Keynote), October 9 DevLearn, October 20 and 27 NZATD Auckland: Postponed to 2021
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