This week on “The Boundless Show”
As a millennial, what difficulties do you have with relating to older generations at work? What have you done to solve this generational conflict and misunderstanding?
Roundtable: Generational Office Politics
To continue discussing this week’s feature article about millennials in the workplace, we asked a group of young adults how confident they feel about relating to older generations at work, and the response was almost unanimous: not very confident. So Lisa sat down with two millennials and a baby boomer who’s supervised millennials for 15 years. They talked about the most common generational issues and how to alleviate related workplace conflict and misunderstanding.
Culture: Dating a Single Parent
You’re on a date. It’s going well. Then, your date drops the news: She has kids. What do you do now? Since divorce rates are climbing and millennials are having more kids out of wedlock, this scenario is actually pretty likely. Solo Parent Society founder Robert Beeson is here to share practical ways to date and relate to the single parents in your life.
Inbox: Overcoming Church Anxiety
She had a bad experience at her church, and is now experiencing a lot of anxiety about going back. Should she switch churches? Talk to the pastor? What’s the root of her nerves? Licensed counselor Glenn Lutjens offers advice.
Music: Audio Adrenaline