Catherine Davidson, Neuroawareness consultant and facilitator, said:
"It is common for people to stereotype behaviours according to embedded generational attitudes, which creates tension and lack of synergy, limiting our ability to engage, collaborate and innovate.
"Moving away from generation-based stereotypes enables leaders to enhance team talent.
"This comes from appreciating that other external influences on the brain including context and culture are also vital," Ms Davidson
About Catherine Davidson
Catherine Davidson is Director of Catherine Davidson Mediation Services helping individuals and organisations resolve conflict and disputes.
practices as a Mediator, Facilitator and Conflict Management Consultant in Australia and internationally.
Passionate about building an organisation's capacity to engage with difference, she
most enjoys working proactively, passing on the skills that enable individuals to talk openly and use difference to its greatest potential.
incorporates insights from neuroscience in her
dispute resolution practice and is particularly interested in its application to intergenerational conflict.
She is also a Consultant to Neuroawareness Consulting Services Inc and co-writer of Managing a multigenerational workforce - thinking beyond stereotypes.
With a background in law and communication, Catherine
practices in both the private and public sectors and has mediated in Australia, England and Ireland.
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