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  • Generational differences impact work leadership style
  • Generational differences impact work leadership style
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Generational differences impact work leadership style

A study by the European University of Madrid reveals how social circumstances have shaped each generation’s ideals of leadership in the workplace, differently. Leaders today need to be aware of these inter-generational differences to create workforces that are harmonious.

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