Cultural Segments: Generational Gaps
Generational gaps in the modern age mostly refer to the perceived gap of the younger population with their older predecessors, they are generally characterized by a differences in exhibited tastes, actions, perspectives, and beliefs. The purpose of understanding the generational gaps for an organization, is to understand the variety of the potential individuals that you will be working with, and understanding where their perspectives are coming from, and how you can anticipate a potential thought pattern or decision making.
- Understand the fundamental aspects that are related with the generational gaps between generations.
- Understand the business and social importance of knowing the different types of generations and their characteristics.
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and concepts of successfully finding a common ground between different generations for the mutual purposes.
- Develop strategies and approaches that will help you better manage individuals from different generations by aligning their individual goals into organizational objectives.
About this course
The modern workplace has been enriched by a diverse incorporation of several tools, devices, approaches, as well as individuals, these individuals are not necessarily from the same age demographic, but every one of them brings a unique perspective to the table which can be used for the mutual benefit of everybody.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and aspects which are related to the concept of generational gaps. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of obtaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best business practices for appropriately managing employees from different generations, by understanding their characteristics, their working style, and general background.