Generation Z, those born since 2001, have grown up in a world unlike anything we’ve experienced before. Smart phones, social media, mass shootings, rising anxiety levels, recessions, and even a pandemic have all shaped their reality beginning in their earliest years. So, who exactly is this generation and how do you lead a people that have lived through this much? Using timely advice from Generation Z Unfiltered, the latest book from Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak, Tim will provide insight into this emerging generation and provide practical tips on how to lead them well.
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Join Pat Lencioni, bestselling author of 12 leadership books, including The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, as he takes you through his latest model, The Six Types of Working Genius. People who operate within their areas of Working Genius get joy and energy from their work. They are more effective and successful because they are using their God-given talents. And as it turns out, all six areas of genius are required to accomplish any type of work, whether it’s running a company, managing a department, launching a product or service, or even managing a family and household. Discover your genius and live into your gifts today!
Between COVID-19 and our current societal climate, this year has presented a tremendous amount of challenges. We’re learning what it means to be resilient during a pandemic. We’re also discovering how to have helpful conversations with people who have different viewpoints than us. In this webinar, Liz Forkin Bohannon, author, entrepreneur, and founder of Sseko Designs, shares how we can choose to be curious rather than critical at work, at home, with our friends, and with ourselves—and how doing so can impact our careers and relationships.
After leaders have invested in their own leadership growth, what is the best way to accomplish their vision and grow their organizations? Develop leaders! The better equipped an organization’s leaders are to lead, the more successful the organization and all of its leaders. Hear from New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell as he shares the most important lessons he’s learned about the leadership development process over the past twenty-five years.
New York Times bestselling author Patrick Lencioni has written many books that focus on how leaders can build teams and lead organizations. In his talk on The Motive: Why Leaders Abdicate Their Most Important Responsibilities, he shifts his attention toward helping them understand the importance of why they're leading in the first place. In addition to provoking attendees to honestly assess themselves, Lencioni presents action steps for changing their approach in five key areas. In doing so, he helps leaders avoid the pitfalls that stifle their organizations and even hurt the people they are meant to serve.
As the co-founder of one of the most elite and legendary hotel companies in the world, Horst Schulze understands the impact of employee experience. In this webinar, he’ll discuss the importance of implementing a modern onboarding strategy that leads with vision and values before job skills, focusing on the elements that make up those first critical experiences with a new employee and why each step is important.
How can you navigate change, while keeping your team morale and company culture intact? Jon Acuff recognizes this is a top concern of business leaders. In this recorded webinar, he explores this topic and how leaders and their teams can prepare ahead of time to successfully get through the inevitable. He’ll share personal experiences and practical advice that leaders can apply within their organizations.