Ever wonder how you differ from your parents or even grandparents? This week’s curation includes well laid out research findings on the differences and lack of across generations. You’ll also get an e-book on what it takes to change behavior in the workplace and a powerful quick listen on the power of psychological safety.
How do Millennials compare with their grandparents from 50 years ago?
I often get asked about generational differences. Much of the differences can be attributed to the major inciting incidents which took place while growing up and coming into the workforce, examples include the assassination of JFK and 9/11. These incidents have a profound impact on how a generation views the world. Pew has done a great job of capturing the differences between generations based on education, income, marital status, race and more. Take a look at Pews research here.
How can you change people’s behavior at work? Udemy did a great job compiling research on what it takes to change behavior in the workplace. Granted, I’m a bit biased because they referenced my research and work. After reviewing this toolkit, I find it to be on point and a valuable asset. Download the e-book here.
What’s the biggest mistake business owners make?
Annie Hyman Pratt took Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf from a mom-and-pop 7 store chain to a highly prized international brand and along the way learned just how important psychological safety is. Here’s the quick 11-minute listen.