Generational diversity is a great value to your team if you know how to steward it well. Art cautions young leaders to avoid these five common mistakes when leading the older members of your organization.
Many young leaders are leading those of older generations. Some have learned how to do this well, while others are struggling.What are some mistakes young leaders can make when leading those of older generations?
Attributes of God: He is Omnipotent by Julie Manning
In the middle of life’s chaos, it does us well to remember our God is omnipotent. Julie examines God’s all-powerful nature throughout scripture and shows how we can take hope and confidence that he holds it all no matter what we face.
I live in a household of boys—three little ones and one bigger one to be exact. And I think it is awesome! Yes, they are loud. Yes, they have more energy than a litter of puppies. Yes, they eat so much I’ve started making multiple trips to the grocery store every week just to keep up with their appetites. And, yes, they’ve even started to smell.
3 Things An Ex-Con Can Teach Leaders About How To Build Strong Culture by David Sturt and Todd Nordstrom, Contributor
This organization offers a deep sense of belonging and appreciation to every member as well as high expectations of contribution and training others. Learn how this rehabilitation house models how to build a strong community and work culture.
The research we conduct for the O.C. Tanner Institute often places us in front of the world’s leading companies and highly accomplished leaders. But, during a recent interview, we found ourselves taking advice from unlikely source. We weren’t talking to a CEO, a guru, or a business tycoon this time. Instead, we were talking to an ex-convict. And, he shed light on something many leaders struggle to wrap their arms around — culture.
10 Keys to Being a Better Writer for an Internet Audience by Marty Duren
If you write for any internet or social media audience, here are ten great tips to consider. Disciplines like remembering your audience, slashing long paragraphs, and staying on topic can take your blog, facebook, Instagram, or even twitter writing to a higher level.
I approach the subject of writing as a writer with a lot of experience but no illusions of grandeur; hopefully no delusions either. My limitations are established as are my abilities. I know when I’ve turned a good phrase and crafted a good argument. I usually know when I should have hit “Trash” instead of “Publish.” My floor is littered with virtual paper-wads.
One Parent Addiction that Produces Regrets by Tim Elmore
Parents, your kids are begging you to put down the phone. This study shows how yesterday’s helicopter parents are today’s disengaged parents, and it is hurting your influence.
Here’s a twist to our traditional thinking. In a recent survey of 2,000 secondary school students, responders felt their parents were using a mobile device too much.