My Guide to Working With Baby Boomers


I coach a very successful senior associate who asked for my suggestions for working with a demanding baby boomer senior partner. I know working for my generation, including me, is difficult, so I gave a lot of thought to how to answer his question. Some of you may work with a demanding baby boomer senior partner, firm leader or client, I thought you might have the same question.

Baby boomers were born from 1946 to 1964. In this piece I am speaking for those of us who were born in the late 40s or early 50s and spent our informative years in the 60s. The 60s is known as the decade of the greatest change in United States history. You may not be aware that there is a 60's official website. I was surprised by how much interesting information is on the website.

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