ReGenerate: A Guide to Connect Generations

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Generational battle is a expensive and irritating actuality. You get it. What you actually need to know is what to do about it. How do you mix totally different views to enhance outcomes? The place do you begin? ReGenerate is your information. The e-book begins with a primer on generations and what we all know in regards to the 5 that make up as we speak’s workforce. Then – utilizing analysis, tales, and sensible instruments – ReGenerate walks you thru the steps to deliver totally different generations collectively in ways in which honor and empower all views and create breakthroughs and new paradigms. ReGenerate explores the “why” and “how” that will help you construct understanding, connection, and knowledge-sharing that propels steady enchancment from technology to technology. Whether or not that is your first time studying the way to relate throughout generations otherwise you’re fluent within the matter and in search of methods to profit from the generational range in your group, ReGenerate is for you.

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  1. BriBri

    I thought ReGenerate would help me better understand my clients, my friends, and my family. Mostly, I wanted to understand Generation Z. I’m a Millennial, and I’ve grown up with lots of Generation X and Millennial cousins. Once their children and grandchildren started entering high school as Gen-Zers, I started to see differences in how my youngest cousins were viewing the world…and it was weird. My Generation Z cousins questioned a lot, including our family traditions and the religion they grew up with. They were more interested and concerned with politics and world issues than most of my other family members. They were inclusive and likely to champion diversity. They were all stars on social media, and they were using new apps before I even knew they existed. It wasn’t bad. It was just weird because…where did this all come from? How were they so different?I knew their families and teachers hadn’t taught them these things…it was just ingrained in them. I loved them and I loved that they were intellectual, tech-savvy, accepting, concerned, and not afraid of change…I just didn’t understand how they got to be this way. And as someone who feels the need to understand people, it was bothering me. What I needed (and I didn’t even know it) was to look at them from a generational perspective.When I got the book, my question was almost immediately answered when I read, “…each generation has a distinct social or cultural identity influenced by large-scale trends and events that took place during its members’ formative years.” And that’s when I realized that I had never stopped to reflect on all the events that Generation Z experienced growing up. I flipped to the overview chart in the center of the book and had an “ah-ha” moment.I went from, “Why are they like that?” to “This makes total sense!” in a matter of minutes, and then I just had to read the rest. The stories, scenarios, challenges, and questions Jessica Stollings has poured into this book create a really nice flow, and I discovered so many wonderful ways that each generation is different. I have a better understanding of how I can manage my relationships with other generations, and I’m even more interested to see how the world transforms from generation to generation.

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  2. rocky buckley

    The difference between success and failure for an organization can be a razor-thin line, and even small “gaps” in vision, communication and performance can have devastating effects. Nowhere is the risk of “gaps” more present than in the area of generational divide – where workers can often feel as if their co-workers are from another planet.Today’s leaders must understand how to systematically design environments that both reduce friction AND harness the often untapped dynamism that exists between generations – and flip an area of risk into a strength.Jessica Stollings’ book is an eye-opener and a must-read for any leader who grasps how important the generational issue is today, and desires real-world, practicable solutions to effectively implement change in their organization. Warmly and colorfully-written, ReGenerate provides a clear, step-by-step walkthrough of the critical issues every leader faces, and a guide to solving them.

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  3. Sarah Hull

    Wow! This book is so relevant and needed in today’s culture. It is a guide map on how to navigate generational divides. It breaks down communication differences between generations and gives solutions for how to bridge the gap between many of the generational differences our culture faces today. I can see myself referring to this book over and over again for guidance on how to navigate generational diversity in my workplace and personal life. Excellent book!

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  4. MDodson

    Jessica Stollings provides an easy to understand profile for each generation in this easy to read and awesome book. When we understand the what and why (among other things) for generational differences, we can better understand our workforce and anyone we interact with. We can also understand ourselves better when we realize the generational influences. I use Stollings book as a reference in my leadership toolbox. I have shared copies with others and they do the same. I highly recommend this books and suggest it for your leadership toolbox as well.

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  5. T. Moore

    After reading her first book and then seeing Jessica in person, I could not wait to get a copy of on ReGenerate and it has exceeded my expectations. This book may use generational challenges as its launching pad, but I can tell you that as a former executive, the wisdom shared has mass appeal for anyone wanting to build a high performing team. Much like she does when she speaks, Jessica demonstrates a unique ability to balance story-telling, research, and humor to drive home points from which many of us shy away. ReGenerate is rooted in experience that has given birth to wisdom and actionable takeaways that you can put into practice today! Nicely done Jessica!

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  6. Susan lambert

    ReGenerate discovers the missing link to conflict resolution: Generational Competency. Author, Jessica Stollings provides a tangible toolkit that everyone can relate to, translating a complex concept into an accessible how-to guide to discovering the keys to successful and thriving intergenerational relationships in the workplace and beyond. ReGenerate appreciates and empowers all generations while boasting a cutting-edge philosophy of engagement, ultimately bridging the widening chasm between our ever-evolving world. This entertaining and informational book is a must-read for everyone interested in improving communication and understanding.

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  7. AndMe

    This book is amazing in every way; however, joining the authors book club to hear her additional insights and ask her questions was so insightful. I love how she strategically had a variety of generations in the book club together and as she posed questions to us we could hear feedback from the various generations even from book club. Can’t say enough about this book. Very valuable tool for all leaders toolkit!

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  8. FilmFlamMan

    “REGENERATE is more than a must-read; it’s a must-act. Stollings doesn’t try to impress readers with her vast knowledge through protracted analysis. Instead, she sprinkles her most relevant knowledge across the pages in order to impress *upon* readers the importance of finding their own solutions to issues of generational dissonance in relationships and the workplace. Of particular help are the “bridging strategies” she unpacks to turn challenges into opportunities and the questions for reflection to jumpstart that process for the reader. This is more than a handbook for achieving “generational transition”; it’s an inspiration for creating generational transformation.

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  9. MWRLady1

    A MUST READ!! Huge thanks to Jessica who has an uncanny ability to relate how to work/interact with the different generations so easily! (Especially Gen z and Millennials) This book has a home next to the first one, ReGenerations, on my desk at work to refer to on a daily basis!! THANK YOU JESSICA!!!

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