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BUILDING A CROSS-GENERATIONAL WORKPLACE – Velociteach Interviews Crystal Copy

2019 - Continuing to look forward to impacting people in this next stage of my life!

Listen to the podcast here: https://www.velociteach.com/2019/09/building-a-cross-generational-workplace-in-a-digital-age-2/

What are some of the challenges that project managers face leading a cross-generational team? How can we bridge the gap between productivity – reaching those project deadlines and goals – and building relationships that keep team members fulfilled at work? Listen in for a conversation about redefining what culture looks like in the digital age, and advice on navigating multiple points of view to get the best out of your team.

Crystal Kadakia is an organization development consultant, a two-time TEDx speaker, a Power 30 Under 30 award recipient, and the bestselling author of “The Millennial Myth.” Crystal has a bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering and a master’s in Organization Development. Part of her work has been to change the story around millennials and Gen Z, while driving the connection between Millennial behavior to the design of engaging, productive modern workplaces. Her consulting clients have included General Mills, Southern Company, Monster.com, and Wells Fargo.

The team talks about how to deliver constructive feedback and performance reviews, capturing creativity instead of trying to control it, the value of uninterrupted time, and how to manage digital distractions in meetings as you lead teams to towards their goals.

LEARN MORE ABOUT CRYSTAL’S INSITE COURSE “MANAGING MILLENIALS” 

Favorite Quotes from Our Talk:

“…the new intelligence is self-awareness. We can talk about book smarts. We can talk about street smarts. But where are you on the journey of knowing your triggers and knowing what causes you to react and how are you shaping your relationships because of that?”

– CRYSTAL KADAKIA

“For millennials and Gen Z, we shaped our world view, our perspective on work, life, what we want, what we expect, from growing up with digital day one.”

– CRYSTAL KADAKIA

“…I would really ask you as a manager, is the problem really that devices are distracting? Or that the person doesn’t have a clear purpose of being in the room?”

– CRYSTAL KADAKIA