Part 1: How to understand Intergenerational Leadership – an overview of four generations
In this blog post you’ill be introduced to the 4 different generations; Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and Generation Z. You’ll learn about the mindset and behavior that is identified for each generation.
Part 2: How to lead across generations?
This blog post explains why it’s important to distinguish between age effect, cohort effect and periodic effect. You’ll also get three advices on what to focus on when leading different generations at work.
Part 3: Leading digital natives and digital foreigners
Another way to divide your employees into groups is by distinguishing between digital natives and digital foreigners. In this podcast (in Danish), you’ll learn about the implications of leading these two groups at the same time, and what you should be aware of to succeed in your mission of embracing them both.
Part 4: Leading multiple generations
In this podcast (in Danish), Alexandra Krautwald talks about how to lead youngsters and what we can expect of their future leadership. You can also hear why she thinks it’s important that leaders understand the characteristics of the time period when their employees grew up.
Quiz: Leading Across Generations
Before you’re finished with this Learning Path, we recommend you take this short quiz. After answering the questions you’ll:
- Be able to point out typical generational characteristics.
- Have an understanding of why generational characteristics always needs to be seen in relation to the individual you are leading.
- Know why you need to be aware of the differences between digital native and digital foreigners and how you can deal with it.
Finalize this Learning Path by taking this quiz: