In today’s professional environment, baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Z, and millennials are all working side by side in a multigenerational workforce that boasts different values and working styles. And as people live longer, they’re working more too: Senior employees can easily be 50 years older than a company’s youngest workers, resulting in the need for leaders who are able to adjust their leadership style according to who they’re managing.
As well as leaning on leadership, a multigenerational workforce has the opportunity to learn from one another, fostering a culture of collaboration, teaching, and understanding. Regardless of the leadership approach that is taken, as the current state of the market and the future continue to include a diverse age group, it’s essential to encourage teams to work together and learn from one other’s experiences, which will allow the business to thrive. Read here how some of the best leaders in the world are taking their organization towards productivity with an innovative approach.