People born between 1946 and 1964, Baby Boomers, are reaching their age of retirement at the present times. However, many still want to be part of the workforce, keep their skillsets updated and fresh, and contribute to the organizations they are part of.
Imagine you are part of a small organization that has decided to implement a high-tech approach to expand its outreach. This will require your leadership to guide and direct your team to embrace the new tools investd in. Your team leaders comprise of high performing employees between the age of 70 and 74, who have historically shown resistance to new technology within the workspace. They express that the new tools are disruptive and difficult to implement.