“I get people to be curious about each other. It enables meaningful conversations to start among people of different generations and other diverse factors.” 

“Like any relationship, individuals all have proclivities and foibles and there are some attitudes or behaviors that are more common in one generation than another,” said Rachel Happe, Gen Xer, founder/CEO, the Community Roundtable. “And you have to be curious enough to get past that.” You can’t google that - the most effective way to fulfill that curiosity is through conversation.

Phyllis Weiss Haserot

Phyllis Weiss Haserot, president of Practice Development Counsel, helps organizations and individuals solve inter-generational challenges among work colleagues and with clients to achieve better productivity and knowledge transfer, retention, succession planning and business development results. Connect with her through emailtwitter, or LinkedIn