Dr. Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak start off by sharing some horror stories of leading the next generation (1:02 – 6:30). Then they dive into the importance of developing timeless or automation resistant skills in today’s students (9:40 – 13:24). Finally, they discuss five career ready skills every student will need no matter what the future holds (13:25 – 37:31).
Marching Off the Map: http://marchingoffthemap.com/
10 Pics About Anxiety That Will Make You Laugh, Then Cry: https://www.boredpanda.com/anxiety-tweets-memes/
The Automation Resistance Skills We Should Nurture: http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20170726-the-automation-resistant-skills-we-should-nurture
Don’t forget to tweet @growingleaders your horror stories of leading the next generation before the end of Halloween on October 31st to win a free signed copy of Marching Off the Map.
Founder and CEO of GDH Consulting, JJ Hurley, explains the secrets behind his company’s success in both hiring and retaining Millennials in the workforce. He reveals how they were able to utilize what most people would consider weaknesses in Millennials as strengths to help the company grow exponentially.
Dr. Tim Elmore is joined by his son, Jonathan Elmore, to discuss what it’s like to grow up in today’s complex world. Jonathan and his father talk about the differences between childish and child-like adults, share a few stories on what it was like growing up in the Elmore household, and give some practical application for developing emotionally mature adults.
Co-founder of Invisible Children, Jason Russell, talks about how he was able to create a worldwide movement led by today’s young adults. This movement included his short film, Kony 2012, which has been viewed over 100 million times. Jason Russell also explains how to speak to the heart of students and the key ingredients to engaging them.
University of Oklahoma’s Athletic Director, Joe Castiglione, discusses 21st century sports management including both the athletic and academic side. Castiglione breaks down the University of Oklahoma’s core values and how they are shifting their focus to engage today’s athletes.