Building cross-generational teamwork via video training

Getting teams on the same page is essential but potentially challenging when employees come from different age groups.

Uniting workers of multiple generations is a top training priority.

Teamwork may seem like a vague or nebulous term. Companies that hire reliable employees with compatible skills may assume they’ll naturally be able to communicate, delegate and otherwise work together. These organizations may be bitterly disappointed, as teamwork isn’t automatic, intrinsic or universal. Teaching people to work together is a valuable practice, one that can help companies pursue their major objectives with renewed focus.

The process of teaching and encouraging better teamwork may be especially important in cases where there is a steep generational divide between younger and older employees in an office. With many baby boomers still holding onto important roles and Generations Y and Z entering the workforce in great numbers, organizations’ internal efficiency may be defined by their ability to unite teams featuring members who are decades apart in age.

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