Conventional wisdom suggests that Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials in the United States are fundamentally different from one another. And certainly there are real differences—including the way we dress, the way we consume information, the music we listen to, and ideas about appropriate personal behavior.
Many organizational leaders are anticipating a substantial upheaval in work culture and expectations as more Millennials enter the workforce and more Baby Boomers retire. But will there need to be wholesale changes in how leaders need to behave to be effective?
To better understand the generational dynamics at work, we asked a cross section of leaders what they think makes a leader effective. What we found is that— when it comes to leadership— the generations are more alike than different.Download White Paper