Five Strategies for Bridging The Communication Gap Between Generations

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APRIL 12, 2017 BY NATE REGIER IN INTERGENERATIONAL COMMUNICATION, RELATIONSHIPS, WORKPLACE CONFLICT /   According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by the year 2020 there will be five generations active in the workforce. As organizations get increasingly age-diverse, they need to understand the communication and development strains this diversity can create, and how to overcome them. Historically, workers have been able to start collecting full retirement benefits from the government at the age of 65. That number has been raised to 67 recently, forcing many workers to stay in the workforce longer than expected. As life expectancy continues to rise, more people have continued to do … Read More

This Is Your Brain On Communication

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Brain head communications as a networking team work and thinking minds working together with the symbols of gears and cogs connected.

BY NATE REGIER IN LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION, PCM This Ted talk by Princeton University neuroscientist is a fantastic overview of the cutting edge research on how different people’s brains respond to communication. Very much worth the 14 minutes, you will be surprised by some provocative discoveries to questions such as; What components of human interaction predict whether people will connect, remember, and experience the information you are communicating? How can the smallest tweak in communication prejudice another brain to selectively hear and remember a certain slant on reality?   Over 40 years ago a developmental psychologist by the name of Taibi Kahler discovered and … Read More