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Working with multiple generations can feel like being an immigrant switching from new land to new land, especially when interacting with Millennials.

Some See Students, We See Leaders.

For the first time in history, four distinct sociological generations are working together in business. Companies are grappling with the complexities of employing young adults born in the 80’s and 90’s (Millennials) and helping them transition into corporate culture. Those companies who successfully recruit, motivate and retain the emerging generation position themselves to positively leverage this new talent pool for the future.

Growing Leaders equips businesses and organizations to:

  • Bridge the generational diversity gap within staff.
  • Implement new management techniques that resonate with Millennial employees.
  • Create a culture that attracts and nurtures young talent to develop a
    management pipeline.
  • Promote team leadership development in Millennials.

Habitudes for New Professionals

Our research-based Habitudes system provides a way for you to bridge the gap between the classroom and the workroom for recent graduates, interns, and young managers utilizing a language they already speak fluently: images.


Every workplace struggles with interoffice communication between generations. That’s where our next generation experts step in.


Implementing the Habitudes program has helped us reinforce the important of leadership and character with our team members. The images helped us reinforce our mission, vision and values, and teach team members practical ways to personally own them in all of their actions.

David McAnally, Jr.

Vice President, Sales Training for LocumTenens a division of Jackson Healthcare

Tim Elmore offers invaluable insights about generational challenges that exist in all businesses…whether the owners, employees and managers know they have a problem or not! Keep reading for practical tips to solve your generational diversity problems.

Tim Tassopoulos

President & Chief Operating Officer for Chick-fil-A

Our future success as leaders depends on our ability to inspire, harvest and unleash the potential of our youth in the workplace. I have used Tim’s insight and solutions to train countless managers in hiring, engaging and retaining the very best new talent. Thank you Tim for sharing such valuable insight and solutions… it’s priceless.

Steven Krajenka

Retail Executive for Gap Inc., Sony, and American Eagle Outfitters

Tim’s insights on leadership concepts and generational diversity has been instrumental in helping us enhance the development of our management team.

Tim McKinley

Vice President for Cox Business

Managing the Toughest Generation is a must read for business managers and leaders at all levels. Dr. Tim Elmore shares years of experience with Generational Diversity and some invaluable advice on how to communicate, motivate and lead your workforce regardless of their age. Want to take your business to the next level? Read this book and take action on Dr. Elmore’s recommendations!

Brian T. Dooling

Vice President of Marketing for US Security Associates, Inc.

As we all know, our workforce makeup continues to evolve each year. With the Millennials becoming the largest portion of our population, and the fact that multiple generations make up today’s employees, our leadership styles have to be more adaptable than ever. Dr. Elmore’s presentation helps you recognize the key differences between generations in a very common sense and easy to understand approach. The session was very engaging and challenged the way we need to think and approach our roles of a leader with today’s workforce.

Curtis Wooten

Senior Vice President of Human Resources – Delta Global Services; subsidiary of Delta Air Lines

Case Studies

Read how businesses are using our student leadership training system to help their employees create a leadership culture that resonates with today's business.