By Rick Solomon
Bridging the Gap
Like most conflicts, the generational gap between current and emerging leaders can be minimized or eliminated by honest communication that involves a degree of vulnerability.
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When open sharing of goals and perspectives takes place, all parties are better able to understand and respect the individual needs of “the opposition.” In such an environment it becomes far easier to find ways to meet the desires of all participants and create a shared path toward mutual satisfaction.
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