People from different generations look at the world differently. Our personal experience influence our thoughts on just about any subject. Generations, Inc. takes a peek into the differences between a father and a daughter based on their generation. Some generations produced hard-working families while others were lazy. Some want to go above and beyond expectations while others fade into the background.
In this book, you learn how to approach people of a different generation and avoid unnecessary arguments. This part alone is sure to save you from a mess of headaches. Plus, they give advice on how to work as a team.
I always knew that my generation is a key factor in how I think and feel. It was really interesting to find out how much your generation influences how you act with bosses and coworkers. I love to learn about why I am the way I am and how that effects me. The talented voices of this father-daughter duo is refreshing. I would give this book three and a half stars.
Generations, Inc.: From Boomers to Linksters--Managing the Friction Between Generations at Work
May 19, 2010
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