Generational Practice

Multi-generational Workforce

 

For the first time in our lifetime, we have five generations working shoulder to shoulder in the workplace. Minor has been helping businesses shift the workplace paradigm and organizational collaboration.

The Generations

Living Generations

  • GI Generation Born between 1901- 1926
  • Traditionalists Born between 1927 - 1945 
  • Baby Boomers Born between 1946 and 1964
  • Gen X Born between 1965 and 1980
  • Gen Y/Millennials Born between 
  • Gen Z - Born between 1981 and 2000
  • Gen Alpha Born after 2001

Five Generations In The 2016-2020 Workforce

  • Traditionalists Born between 1927 - 1945 
  • Baby Boomers Born between 1946 and 1964
  • Gen X Born between 1965 and 1980
  • Gen Y/Millennials Born between 
  • Gen Z - Born between 1981 and 2000

 

History Of America's Generations*

  • Puritan Born between 1584 - 1614 
  • Cavalier Born between 1615 - 1647 
  • Glorious Born between 1648 -1673 
  • Enlightenment Born between 1674 - 1700 
  • Awakening Born between 1701- 1723 
  • Liberty Born between 1724 - 1741
  • Republican Born between 1742 - 1766
  • Compromise Born between 1767 – 1791
  • Transcendental Born between 1792 -1821
  • Gilded Born between 1822 -1842
  • Progressive Born between 1843 -1859
  • Missionary Born between 1860 -1882
  • Lost Born between 1883- 1900
  • G.I.  Born between 1901-1924
  • Silent Born between 1925 - 1945
  • Boom Born between 1943 - 1960
  • Thirteenth Born between 1961 - 1981
  • Millennial Born between 1982 - 2003

Note: The History of America's Future 1584 to 2069 GENERATIONS

Other Life Coach Area

We will gladly help you in cases regarding:

  • Principle 1: All Generations Have Similar Values; They Just Express Them Differently
  • Principle 2: Everyone Wants Respect; They Just Don’t Define It the Same Way
  • Principle 3: Trust Matters
  • Principle 4: People Want Leaders Who Are Credible and Trustworthy
  • Principle 5: Organizational Politics Is a Problem—No Matter How Old or Young You Are
  • Principle 6: No One Really Likes Change
  • Principle 7: Loyalty Depends on the Context, Not on the Generation
  • Principle 8: It Is as Easy to Retain a Young Person as an Older One — If You Do the Right Things
  • Principle 9: Everyone Wants to Learn—More Than Just About Anything Else
  • Principle 10: Everyone Wants a Coach

Prepared by Jennifer J. Deal, Ph.D.; © Copyright Center for Creative Leadership® 2008

Generational New Cycle

Gen Alpha

Anyone born after 2010 is part of Generation Alpha. There are 2.5 million Alphas  born around the globe every week.

Alpha kids will grow up with iPads in hand, never live without a smartphone, and have the ability to transfer a thought online in seconds.

Gen Z 

iGen, also known as Gen Z or Centennials, is the fast emerging generation on the heels of Millennials. There are currently over 23 million Gen Z in the United States. Within the next five years, they will become the fastest-growing generation in both the workplace and the marketplace.

Millennials

The term Millennials is usually considered to apply to individuals who reached adulthood around the turn of the 21st century. The precise delineation varies from one source to another, how.

 

 

Gen X

Gen Xers are bookended by two much larger generations – the Baby Boomers ahead and the Millennials behind – that are strikingly different from one another. 

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