The strength of the team is each individual member, and the strength of each member is the team. The philosophy may be well-known, but how often are we practicing it in our workplace? Just like job interviews require a different set of skills to ace them, maintaining a high-performing team is an art in itself.
In today’s professional landscape, an unprecedented phenomenon is unfolding: the largest generation gap in history. For the first time, we are witnessing a workplace where Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z are working together, making the workforce more age-diverse than ever. This surge in age diversity is particularly prominent in Europe, where
This article sheds light on how leadership behaviors, innovative job designs, and progressive work methods can dramatically improve employee well-being.