The Young Employee Dilemma Tim Elmore
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The Young Employee Dilemma
Tim Elmore
SESSIONS TIME
1. Who is This New Generation? 15 MINS
2. What Motivates Young Employees? 15 MINS
3. How Do You Lead a ... 15 MINS
4. How Do You Equip Young ... 12 MINS

Speaker:   Tim Elmore
Publisher:   Growing Leaders - 2015
 
Keywords:
expectations, generational, new professionals, standards, work ethic
In a recent study, 60% of employers reported that young employees aren't prepared for the workplace. In an attempt to confront this issue head-on, next generation thought-leader Dr. Tim Elmore shares four vital video lessons on how leaders can manage new professionals in the workplace.  

Speaker:   Tim Elmore
Publisher:   Growing Leaders - 2015
 
Keywords:
expectations, generational, new professionals, standards, work ethic
OTHER SERIES WITH Tim Elmore

Life is full of transitions: from middle school to high school, from high school to a college or a job, and especially from college to a career. Each transition is an opportunity to establish healthy habits, make smart choices and meet great people, but unfortunately, some students aren’t able to navigate these intense changes. They find themselves at a destination they don’t like because they didn’t make the right moves at crucial times.

This discussion guide is designed to prevent that.

In The Art of Navigating Transitions, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to teach students how to make large, critical decisions in their lives. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles on making important, purposeful decisions that will help them set the right course for their lives sooner.

The Art of Navigating Transitions covers timeless topics such as:

  • Boundaries
  • Resilience
  • Values
  • Decision-making
  • Risk taking
  • Focus and goals
  • ...and many more!
SESSIONS TIME
1. Windshields and Rearview ... 5 MINS
2. A Compass or a GPS 5 MINS
3. A Bridge Not A Wall 6 MINS
4. Baggage Fees 5 MINS
5. Sturdy Guardrails 6 MINS
6. Tollbooths or Roadblocks 5 MINS
7. Flight Delay 5 MINS
8. Pass on the Left 6 MINS
9. Tank Half Full 5 MINS
10. Travel Agents or Tour Guides 5 MINS
11. Backseat Drivers 5 MINS
12. Shortcut or Second Mile 5 MINS
13. The Destination vs. The Trip 5 MINS

We live in the Information Age… but not necessarily the Communication Age. One of the greatest concerns for those who lead the next generation is simply this: Am I effectively communicating with those younger than me? With so many tweets, posts, emails, commercials, and articles flying around, it can be incredibly difficult to engage the next generation and prepare them for life after graduation.

In The Art of Engaging Communication, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to equip parents, teachers, coaches, employers, and youth workers with the knowledge and skills to effectively communicate with their young people. Through sixteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — communicators will learn and internalize important principles on how to craft ideas and messages that stick in the minds of their audiences.

The Art of Engaging Communication covers timeless topics such as:

  • Authenticity
  • Story
  • Simplicity
  • Uniqueness
  • Engagement
  • Interactivity
  • Relevance
  • Credibility
  • ...and many more!
SESSIONS TIME
1. Windows and Mirrors 16 MINS
2. Number Three Pencil 15 MINS
3. House on Fire 17 MINS
4. Movies or Meetings 21 MINS
5. Find Your Mom 22 MINS
6. The Faded Flag 17 MINS
7. School Yearbook 23 MINS
8. Polka-Dotted Pig 21 MINS
9. Foyer to Basement 16 MINS
10. Facebook or TV 20 MINS
11. The Thomas Nest Principle 17 MINS
12. Bottled Water 14 MINS
13. The Encore Effect 20 MINS
14. Seasons 23 MINS
15. Golden Hour 17 MINS
16. Skinny Chef 15 MINS

This latest addition to the Habitudes® series is a unique resource that defines the type of young leader who is effective at transforming communities and having a positive influence on others. The leadership principles in this resource help shape a leader who is both instructive and inspiring. More than just behaviors, they represent an entirely different style and approach to leadership. When practiced, your leaders and teams will become the best version of themselves.

Habitudes is a breakthrough way to teach leadership principles to today’s changing student. The Art of Transformational Leadership uses the power of images, conversations, and experiences to help students and young adults:

  • Lead in a way that energizes and inspires team members.
  • Listen and understand others through empathy and compassion.
  • Provide a safety net that accelerates productivity on the team.
  • Offer hard feedback that elicits more effort rather than hurt feelings from others.
  • Mobilize team members to become the best version of themselves.
  • . . . and many more!
SESSIONS TIME
1. Quarterbacks and Referees 5 MINS
2. Three Buckets 5 MINS
3. Root and Fruit 5 MINS
4. Surgeons and Vampires 6 MINS
5. Clean Windows 5 MINS
6. Salutes and Snubs 6 MINS
7. Splashes and Waves 5 MINS
8. The Marathon Problem 5 MINS
9. Teflon or Velcro 5 MINS
10. Fountains or Drains 5 MINS
11. Culture and Customs 6 MINS
12. Stethoscopes and Treatments 5 MINS
13. Golden State Paradox 6 MINS
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