by gary adamson
the very human tendency to assume that others think as we do can lead to great misunderstanding. in truth, the things that drive individuals – what makes it all worth it – vary widely. discovering what makes each team member tick and what he or she most desires and values is an important step toward creating a cohesive partnership and bridging the gap, not just between generations but among all members of the firm.
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as firms wrestle with baby boomer succession, the differences in attitudes, thinking and motivators between current and future leaders can sometimes be great. more often than not those differences or gaps are major contributors to the absence of future leaders who are on deck and ready to step into the shoes of the retiring partners.