Learning from every generation

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Journey for Teams: Medical professionals

How can you embrace generational diversity at your workplace and treat everyone as an individual while still appreciating the qualities each generation brings to the table?

In what ways do generational differences play a role in workplace communication?

Explore these questions and more in a new educational module released by Journey for Teams: Generational Diversity, now available on the Journey for Teams website.

Featuring a short video and written topic and discussion guides, this module provides practical information to help you understand, welcome, and learn from people in every generation. Among the topics it covers:

  • What are the five generations represented in current workplaces?
  • What traits are common within members of these generations?
  • How do their communication preferences differ?
  • How can generational diversity benefit your workplace?

Every generation has something to teach and something to learn. See what embracing generational diversity could mean to your workplace. Watch Generational Diversity now, and share it with your colleagues.

Explore more 

Journey for Teams releases a new learning module every month, exploring topics that deepen understanding of and support for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Learn more and explore other topics at JourneyForTeams.org.

Journey for Teams, developed by the AVMA in collaboration with the Veterinary Medical Association Executives, is generously supported by many industry partners.

Collaborating partners: National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America; Veterinary Hospital Managers Association

Educational partners—Trailblazers: Boehringer Ingelheim; Mars Veterinary Health; Nationwide; NAVC; National Veterinary Associates; Petco/Petco Love; Viticus Group; Zoetis

Educational partners—Adventurers:  CareCredit; Hill's Pet Nutrition; Merck Animal Health; Suveto


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