An In-Depth Interpretation of the Generational Narrative
With over 35 years of experience, Chris’s philosophy boils down to being a humanist and an optimist. He doesn’t believe in the dichotomy of high potential vs. low potential human beings but rather that, in the right circumstances with the right support, resources, and knowledge, everyone is capable of great things.
Podcast: An In-Depth Interpretation of the Generational Narrative
[00:01 – 15:40] A Deeper Look into Generational Dynamics
- Humans are not designed for the masses but for small groups of people
- Realizing the harm with generational stereotypes – they are more based on perception
- Generations are not destiny – their experiences and upbringing shape who they become
- Generational narratives are not global or universal – they apply to a certain segment
[15:41 – 30:18] How Boomers Parent Their Millennial Children Differs
- The parenting model differs in each generation, and this creates tension between parents
- Parenting models should be a conversation to have to achieve awareness and responsibility
- The exponential rate of change within society is impacting generational cohorts
- How the socioeconomic chasm will have a more significant impact in the future
[30:19 – 50:32] The Move from the Implicit to the Explicit Model
- Being aware of differences entails moving away from traditional red/blue social structures
- Boomers need to adapt to the changing workplace environment and away from compliance-only
- Figuring out what skills can be applied in other arenas to stay engaged in the workforce
- Millennials will become more entrepreneurial and less reliant on corporations
[50:33 – 54:28] Closing Segment
- Want to learn more about generational narratives in the workplace? Check out Chris’ book.
Brian’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-c-adams/
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