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Three Facts You Need to Know to Connect with Generation Z

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Generation Z–as with any generation–is living in a new “narrative.” In today’s world, kids are growing up in a time that is both exhilarating and frightening for them. This is causing changes that can be difficult to understand. In fact, they are so different from older generations that parents…

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Take Heart When Your Kids Don’t Seem to Pay Attention

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Every parent, teacher or coach has interacted with students who appeared completely preoccupied with their own little world. For centuries, adults have repeated instructions to children only to have those kids fail to follow through on what they were asked to do. Students today are truly a part of…

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Building a Healthy School Culture

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore interviews Dr. Gary Davison, principal of Lambert High School. Gary is a fantastic leader who understands the importance of building a healthy school culture. In this interview, the two discuss Gary’s  journey in the world of education, the challenges he has faced, how he overcame them and…

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Six Effective Leadership Traits You Can Build

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak share some of the most important traits leaders must cultivate and how almost anyone can develop these characteristics. Resources: Habitudes for Self-Leadership, Habitudes for New Professionals Contact: podcast@growingleaders.com Social: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak 0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn

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Seven Ways to Prevent Athletes From a De-Commit or Transfer

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss the reality facing today’s athletic programs: athletes are transferring schools or de-committing. On today’s podcast, they discuss the reasons this is happening and what coaches can do to prevent athletes from de-committing or transferring schools. Resources: Habitudes for Athletes, The New School Coach,…

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Signs of the Times from the College Entrance Scandal

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn What can the latest college entrance scandal tell us about the shift in parenting today? Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss the four parenting trends they have observed on today’s podcast. Resources: 12 Huge Mistakes Parent Can Avoid Contact: podcast@growingleaders.com Social: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak 0shares Facebook Twitter Google+…

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Four Workplace Rules Gen Z Should Learn

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn This week, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak tackle the subject “generational diversity” in the workplace. Today, organizations not only experience ethnic diversity and gender diversity in the workplace, but a diversity of generations attempting to work together, including Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and now Gen Z. And with…

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Four Parenting Strategies for Leading Generation Z

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss how parenting has changed today, technology’s role in a child’s life, and offer four helpful parenting strategies for leading Generation Z. Resources: 12 Huge Mistakes Parents Can Avoid by Tim Elmore Contact: podcast@growingleaders.com Social: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak 0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest…

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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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The Great Need for Social & Emotional Learning

0shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Emotional intelligence in students has become a front and center issue for so many educators across America. Any student struggling with anxiety or depression will benefit from what educators now describe as: Social Emotional Learning or S.E.L. This topic is taking the K-12 educational world by storm, as a growing number…

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