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This article is #six in my 6 part series on how to repair generational conflict. You will learn or relearn about Generation Edge. They were born between 1996 – 2010 and are known as Gen Z and digital natives. They are financially conscious and save for college – something that they learned from their Gen X parents. YouTube is the place they visit for uplifting messages from their favorite stars.
Gen Edge: How to Repair Generational Conflict Idea #1
Gen Edge Legacy in the Workplace
- Diverse and inclusive
- They will leave if they see injustice
- Want feedback and support
- Parents taught them practicality
- Will persevere through tying projects, clients and times
Gen Edge: How to Repair Generational Conflict Idea #2
Gen Edge Key Events
- On-demand entertainment
- Citizen journalism
- The Great Recession
- Visual communications
Gen Edge: How to Repair Generational Conflict Idea #3
Gen Edge Traits
Gen Edge: How to Repair Generational Conflict Idea #4
Gen Edge Values
Thoughts from Joyce
- Get involved with those who you don’t know
- Discuss differences and find common ground – don’t judge each other for being different
- Discover how these differences can support each other’s efforts
- Get to know how the chain of command works to avoid pitfalls
- Help each other with communication and technical skills
- Set clear expectations
- Include all generations at meetings and in decisions
I hope you enjoyed this 6 part series and welcome any comments or questions that you have on how to repair generational conflict.
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Until next time,
Joyce Weiss, M.A., CSP
Career Coach and Corporate Communication Strategist
Have a great week.
Remember, YOU Get What You Tolerate!
Read part 1 on how to repair generational conflict HERE
Read part 2 (traditionalists) on how to repair generational conflict HERE
Read part 3 (baby boomers) on how to repair generational conflict HERE
Read part 4 (generation X) on how to repair generational conflict HERE
Read part 5 (millennials) on how to repair generational conflict HERE