Last week we concluded our 3-part webinar series entitled: Recipe for Inclusion with InterHealth Canada. Our last session focused on finding common ground between generations. We are at a point in history where it's not uncommon to find up to 5 different generations working together in an environment. For this reason, it's important to identify and bridge the generation gaps to have a productive workforce.
Common Ground Between Generations focuses on understanding what makes each generation tick, their preferences, and common ground strategies to facilitate a dynamic that develops and maintains an inclusive and productive work environment.
Yolande Robinson, M.Ed.