Saturday, May 25, 2024

Baby Boomers to Zoomers: How Each Generation Prefers to Learn - Energy WorldNet

In today’s workforce, as many as 60+ years or 3+ generations may separate the youngest employee from the oldest in any given company. Each new generation experiences unique changes to societal norms, historical events, and technological advancements. You might be wondering, “Am I using training methods that are effective for my audience?” Certainly, being aware of a generation’s preferences will help you reach or engage large audiences that include multiple age groups. But while this blog post highlights the learning preferences of each generation, you should still keep one thing in mind: Everyone is unique and may have preferences outside their generation’s norm. For example, factors like culture and access to technology affect how an individual prefers to learn.