How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace
Multigenerational workforces require remixing the traditional ways of leading and managing employees.
Millennials today outnumber gen Xers and baby boomers in the workplace. Some labor forces span five generations. Thus, traditional workplace norms no longer adequately address all generations. Organizations must reexamine their strategies to speak to a larger mix of workers. Lindsey Pollak uses an analogy from music to encapsulate her vision of the modern workplace, which involves a blending of old and new: the workplace remix. Writing before COVID-19 scattered employees to home offices, she outlines strategies to help leaders adapt to and address the needs of the multigenerational workforce.
About the Author
Lindsey Pollak, a consultant and an expert on millennials and multigenerational workplaces, also wrote Becoming the Boss.
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