Decades of Differences: Making It Work

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Human Resource Development, 2010 - Business & Economics - 194 pages
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"Three distinct generations are beginning to shift the workforce: the huge baby boomer generation is trying to hold onto their jobs in this tough-to-retire economy; Gen- X'ers are trying to move into the non-vacant sweet seats that the Boomers are hoarding; and the massive population of Generation Y is banging down the door for opportunities. Leadership expert, Bonnie Hagemann, and demographics expert, Kenneth Gtonbach, have teamed up to write the only how-to guide for resolving this crucial emerging issue"--Cover, p.[4].
 

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Contents

Current Leaders in Charge
3
Being Led and Managed by a Boomer Boss
9
Leading and Managing Boomers
15
Changing of the GuardBoomers to Gen Xers
21
Being Led and Managed by a Gen Xer
29
Leading and Managing Gen X
35
The Warfare BeginsGen Y Enters the Parade
45
Being Led and Managed by Gen Y
53
Evaluation on Impact
87
Recruiting
93
Staffing and Selection
107
Assessment
121
Learning and Development
133
Succession Planning
145
Performance Management
153
Building on Strengths
163

Leading and Managing Gen Y
61
What does it all mean?
81
What can companies do?
85
Conclusion
171
Resources
181
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