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Life-Giving Cultures with Dave Katz

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore interviews President and COO of Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Dave Katz. Tim and Dave talk about the components of a healthy life-giving culture, the importance of core values and how to best apply these in your own work environments. Dave Katz is one of the featured speakers for…

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Unstoppable Cultures with Ginger Hardage

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore interviews Ginger Hardage, the former Senior Vice President of Culture and Communications at Southwest Airlines who has now launched Unstoppable Cultures, a brand designed to help organizations create and sustain cultures of enduring greatness. On this episode, Ginger shares the core values of Southwest Airlines, stories of…

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Gen Z Slang Terms You Should Know

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Do you know the slang terms of this generation? Parents, teachers, coaches, and employers usually don’t need to worry about the new slang terms that students invent and use. It’s something that comes with every generation of kids. However, there’s one caveat.  Some terms can have harmful or double…

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Generation Y: What Are They Thinking (Part 4 of 4)

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn All week, I’ve been blogging about what Generation Y is thinking. Today, I want to wrestle with a paradoxical reality they face every week: their obsession with both authenticity and appearance. Stop and think for a moment. Few would argue that teens today value authenticity. They want to “keep…

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Generation Y: What Are They Thinking? (Part 3 of 4)

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn This week, I’m blogging about what Generation Y is thinking. While no generation wants to be profiled or put in a box, this student generation thinks so much alike when it comes to social issues. You can tell they’re a connected generation, from California to Singapore. Today—I want to…

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