You may know that there are four distinct generations in the workplace. But while the different generations share many things, they have their own preferences for how they like to learn? Learning style preferences are driven largely by elementary school experience, but other shared cultural experiences influence how each generation learns best. This Infoline provides insights to learning and development specialists who are faced with the challenge of designing and delivering learning opportunities for employees of all ages. This issue will show you learning preferences of the four generations in the workplace, tips and techniques for enhancing learning for members of each generation, andl strategies for training multiple generations at the same time.