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Podcast: The coexistence of the five generations

Leadership styles are evolving to become more nurturing and adaptable in response to the unpredictable nature of today’s business landscape.

On this episode, host Androulla Soteri, Director of People at Baker Tilly International and Donal Laverty, Consulting Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore in Northern Ireland, discuss the need for organisations to transition from a mechanistic view to viewing themselves as complex ecosystems. The conversation touches upon the importance of communication and collaboration among different generations in the workplace and how multigenerational teams can offer continuity, stability, and diversity of ideas, ultimately enhancing workforce productivity.

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