Generational Edge is Amy Lynch, top generations expert and generational keynote speaker. If you are challenged by Millennials, Boomers, Gen X or Gen Z in the workplace or in your market or in your family and community you’ve come to the right place.
The fastest growing age group in the workforce these days is NOT Millennials. And it's not up-and-coming Gen Zs. It’s people over 65.
During the next six years, these never-retirees will increase their numbers in...
Gen Z (born between 1998-2015) have been around about as long as the internet and have completely grown up online. Naturally, they have new lingo.
Also known as Homelanders, Gen Edge, Alpha Gen and iGen, this young generation doesn't...
If you are Gen X or Millennial, and certainly if you are Gen Z, you may never have been outside the range of urban noise. Traffic, electronics, construction—they’re everywhere. In fact, most of us live above the 75-decibel noise level...
Diverse teams get better results. They bring home more sales, more customers, more profit and more innovation.
But this is completely counterintuitive .
Working with people who are like us feels more effective. On a homogenous team,...
“Leader” is a loaded word.Each generation defines it differently.
If you work with the Silent Generation, the ghost of the “leader as commander” lingers in the air. For Silents, leadership was based...
Recently at a 4GenNow Conference, I heard Nick Titus , a 17-year-old company founder and CEO, say "If you will listent to me, then I will listen to you. But this has to go both ways."
Suddenly I had a lightbulb...
I can totally relate to the jumper above. Entering 2018 feels like making a crazy leap into an unknown future where things keep changing fast.
Disruption is the new normal. Maybe like me you often wonder what will happen next. If so, there's...
Have you seen the new Hyundai ad about the guy who (GASP!) leaves work on time? “When did leaving work on time because an act of courage?” the voiceover asks. The answer is somewhere around 1973, the...
How do you like your feedback—direct and unvarnished, or softened with some praise thrown in? We recently surveyed 1,100 employees from all generations and got surprising results.
In our research, we gave people several...
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