Intergenerational Workplace Cultures2018-09-20T14:37:49+00:00

Intergenerational Workplace

Bridging Generational Differences

for stronger happier teams and organizations

Better understanding and increased empathy is the key to overcoming generational stereotypes. Creating dialogue and fostering communication are the steps to achieving this.

By the year 2020, the majority of the workforce will be made up of Millennials.

Currently four different generations are active in the workforce: Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, and the Silent generation (above 60 yrs old).

This means there are various work ethics, principles and values present all at once in the workplace.  Where this may be considered a challenge and recipe for a dysfunctional workplace, it actually can be a blessing in disguise.  There is a lot that can be learned from each generation.

We enable you to uncover this blessing and discover ways to derive value from intergenerational diversity, build performance momentum, instill intrinsic-motivation, and enhance cultural identity.

Discuss with Jazzy Coach Intergenerational Challenges & Discover Solutions

What Millennials and their Leaders are Saying…

I felt very comfortable in the sessions, addressing things I never mentioned to anyone else .. there is no judgement, extremely professional and the coaching really helped me with some major life decisions.

Associate Manager, Deloitte
JazzyCOACH has very impressive coaching skills and I do recommend this experience for developing your teams through this unique approach of training and coaching people
Regional Sales Manager, Hygenics

At the beginning I took a trial session just out of curiosity not knowing how powerful coaching could be. JazzyCOACH asked me the right questions which helped me deep dive inside myself and find the answers within, which helped me grow in a way I didn’t think was possible before.It’s something you can learn with the help of a coach and then build on and feed with your drive without borders.

Thank you to the best coach in town

Regional Director, Makeup Forever

Recently , I have decided to move from the Corporate world to Entrepreneurship with a strong belief that it is time to do so . I have been struggling to decide on which part of the business world I really belong : should I really go on my own or rather stay under well renowned Brands or Corporates ?
Within few sessions I was quickly and directly at the root of the problem, the process shed light on matters that were not clear to me before.

I would recommend anyone who believes in coaching as a way for self-development to have a chat with JazzyCOACH

Commerce Expert and Entrepreneur, CIB