This blog post is the 2nd in a 6 part series on how to repair generational conflict at work. You will read about Traditionalists who were born between 1900 – 1945. They are less than 2 % of today’s workforce. More traditionalist men served in the military (50%). Traditionalists are patriotic and respect the chain of command at work.
Reduce Generational Conflicts Idea #1: The Traditionalist Legacy in Workplace Culture
- Chain of command
- Hard working
Reduce Generational Conflicts Idea #2: Key Events for Traditionalists
- World War 2
- Walt Disney
- The great depression
- Social security
Reduce Generational Conflicts Idea #3: Traditionalist Traits
- Fiscally conservative
- Respect authority
Reduce Generational Conflicts Idea #4: Traditionalist Values
- Waste not, want not
- Respect for authority
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Add a comment to my blog on how you repair generational conflict. What conflict have you experienced having 5 generations in today’s workplace?
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with concerns that you are experiencing at work.
Until next time,
Joyce Weiss, M.A., CSP
Career Coach and Corporate Communication Strategist
Have a great week.
Remember, YOU Get What YOU Tolerate!
PS Read the first article in this series on how to repair generational conflict HERE