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  • I first posted this question on LinkedIn earlier in the month and have been getting some great responses.


    "Do you feel those in Generation X (let’s say the core being born between 1965-1975) now aged 33-43 are not willing to accept leadership challenges?

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  • When I was working at a Fortune 500 company, my division was internally merging with a culturally different organization. It was essentially the Gen X crowd versus the Baby Boomer generation. One side would list major accomplishments as; their wedding day, the birth of a child, or a trip abroad they had saved up for. The other; President's Club, numbers they hit, problems they solved. Two different worlds - united in the fact that we all very much disliked our new boss.

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