Posts Tagged ‘generations’

Different Perspectives on Time By Alec Hill

Each Generation Views Time Differently Most young adults see the future and time as having a long trajectory. Looking ahead to a seemingly endless time horizon, they prize having novel experiences, meeting new people, and learning new things. Priorities include exploration and achievement. By contrast, those of us who are older tend to live more…

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Our Greatest Opportunity By Dr. Arthur Satterwhite III

The Opportunity to Thrive in Adversity It is in times of dire straits that the very makeup of our communities, the design of society as interconnected networks of generationally diverse peoples, offers us the greatest opportunity to thrive amidst adversity. Stronger Together In moments of great trial, the recipe for success has always been the…

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Valuing Generations in the Workplace By Vicki Harris

  Do you recognize and celebrate the differences in generations? It’s been such a great learning experience for me to have led five different generations in the workplace. There definitely are some differences between the generations. The mere fact that each generation was born in a different spiritual, political, and economic climate, each with its own challenges…

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