How Boomers and Millennials Should Communicate (Infographic) [Contributed Blog] December 20, 2019 Business Growth, Entrepreneurship Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedInThe age of today’s workforce is rapidly changing, as Baby Boomers, Gen X’ers, and Millennials are being joined by members of Generation Z. Though all of these different people with different backgrounds and perspectives can be great for collaboration and creativity, it can also cause tension and conflict in the workplace. Older and younger people often tend to misunderstand one another’s comments and intentions, so an off-hand remark can accidentally turn someone into your office enemy. In order to communicate well in the workplace, members of different generations need to understand where the other side is coming from. Take a look at the graphic from TurboTenant below to learn about the different values and work ethic styles for each major generation, along with general tips for communicating in the workplace. Become a Mod Girl Marketing Blog Contributor If you’re interested in submitting a guest post for Mod Girl Marketing, contact us here Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn communication, generational differences, generations Follow Me on Twitter: Tweets by MandyModGirl Read my latest posts See all posts All Business Growth Infographic Online Marketing Secrets of Self-Care (Infographic) [Contributed Blog] With so many reasons right now to focus on self-care and personal development, it’s hard not to dive into a new wellness or goal-oriented routine… Continue reading How To Stay Virtually Connected With Your Customers (Infographic) [Contributed Blog] Though many areas are finally beginning to ease up on shelter-at-home orders, it's still likely to be weeks, if not months, before we're back to… Continue reading Related How To Stay Virtually Connected With Your Customers (Infographic) [Contributed Blog] How to Build an MVP (Infographic) [Contributed Blog] Even the most ambitious and experienced professionals agree that product development is no easy task. After you’ve done the market research and validated a new… Continue reading Comments Leave a Comment cancel Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.