How multiple generations can leverage each other’s strengths

For the most effective multi-generational workforce, managers must acknowledge each generation’s strengths and use them to move the project forward. For example, Baby Boomers are generally considered “leaders” and want to feel valued by the organisation, while Millennials have a thirst for learning. Giving Baby Boomers the chance to mentor Millennials in business intuition may move the business forward, while Millennials can lend their skills in tech to older generations, says Forbes.