In many ways, it is beyond the type a and type b to a fundamental outlook of living, life roles, and a sense of being rather than just doing.
Post an initial response to the following prompt(s). If appropriate, include personal experience in your response.
It is interesting that the baby boomers have been working to live and have often defined themselves, their lives, their value, and the world through work. The current generation seems to want to balance out life seeing the problems that living through one’s work can bring. In many ways, it is beyond the Type A and Type B to a fundamental outlook of living, life roles, and a sense of being rather than just doing.
If boomers are driven by work and Gen X are not, what does it mean for a happy coexistence in organizations?
Is there some compromise or should there be?
What is the reason for living?
What is your reason for living?