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Four Workplace Rules Gen Z Should Learn

0share Facebook Twitter 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 these…

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Life-Giving Cultures with Dave Katz

0share Facebook Twitter 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 our…

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Unstoppable Cultures with Ginger Hardage

0share Facebook Twitter 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 her…

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Building a Model Organization

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn On Sunday, I had an incredible time with the Kansas City Royals front office staff, managers and coaches, and of course, the players. The Royals and Growing Leaders have partnered up to offer character-based leadership training to their minor league players across the country. Three of our team members, Jeremy…

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Student Engagement, Student Success

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn I just returned from an invigorating day with faculty at a university near Dallas. During our time together, we discussed two themes that preoccupy school administrators as much as any: 1. Student Engagement 2. Student Success In our morning session, one instructor shared a note he’d recently received from a…

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