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  • Nick M. Teich, PhD, LCSW

"Bridging Generational Divides in Your Workplace"

This Harvard Business Review article touches on the fact that this cannot be ignored. Many issues among staff come down to different personalities and work styles, and some of that can be attributed to generational differences.

“When individuals who entered the workforce before email can collaborate smoothly with those who were raised on memes and selfies, your business can bring more widely appealing products to market, craft compelling marketing campaigns to touch millions, and win love for your brand across the generational spectrum.” - Andrey Khusid, Miro’s founder and CEO

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