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May 7, 2017

Becky Berry and Diana Bader investigate the gaps in understanding that keep people and businesses from reaching their full potential. 

  • The generational gap works both ways.
  • “We’ve always done it this way,” isn’t a legitimate reason to do something.
  • Building a bridge of understanding between generations is the ideal.
  • The first step in closing the generation gap is developing mutual respect.
  • Anytime we develop better communications and understanding of each other helps us build and reinforce the bridge.
  • Merging skills from all generations is game changing.
  • The education system - how it values of certain skills, teaching methods and curriculum choices - also fosters gaps in understanding and respect.
  • Maintaining limits and restrictions perpetuate gaps in understanding.
  • Gaps also appear when we fear, resist, or are unable to re-imagine ourselves.