Coaching to Transfer Knowledge from One Generation to Another

With four generations in the workforce, the ability to share and transfer knowledge from one generation has become an important sustainability factor. First step is understanding the different ways the generations learn and communicate.
-By Ingrid Johnson

The Great Recession had an enormous impact on the way organizations are structured and doing business in a global marketplace. The impact extends to human capital. There are four generations in the workplace, and one reason is that older generations are retiring later due to financial uncertainty. The Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials are four distinct groups of employees with diffe....