January 18, 2018 | By Mike Ryan
Born between 1965 and 1980, Gen Xers currently represent about a third of the workforce. While they are not the largest contingent in the workplace, they may very well be the most vital. Seasoned, reliable and self-assured, their ability to get the job done whether as managers, team leaders or solo practitioners makes them invaluable contributors across growing organizations.
How can today's companies retain top performing Gen Xers while adding new ones to the their leadership ranks? What does this generation value most from a working experience?
In this month’s Performance Perspective we explore:
Building and maintaining the employer/employee trust dynamic
Celebrating Gen Xers resourcefulness
Supporting and benefiting from their leadership skills