With most modern organizations comprising of up to four different generations, it’s no secret that a lot of organizations are scrambling trying to balance the challenges of training a multi-generational workforce.
Over the last decade multi-generational training has been all the rage with training and learning folks across industries. As it should be.
X-ers, Y-ers, Boomers and The Silents. We are all concerned about ensuring that our training sticks across these dramatically different generations. We know their values, priorities and expectations vary greatly, and subsequently so do their learning styles. We have been focusing intensely on how to cater to each one of them and have been doing a great job at it, but what if there is a bigger picture to all of this?