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The Leading Tomorrow Podcast
30 minutes | Dec 1, 2022
What Are the Best Gifts for Gen Z?
As we enter the holiday season, many of us have gift lists on our minds. In this episode, Jolene talks about some of the best gifts we can give the young people in our lives as we spend time with them over the holidays and engage them throughout the year. Show notes: https://biblicalcounselingcenter.org/power-of-encouragement/ https://www.leadingtomorrow.org/shop.html
33 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Dave Raley, founder of Imago Consulting, to discuss common myths about innovation and the need for sustainable innovation. They also look at how the next generation can contribute to successful innovation in teams and organizations.
39 minutes | Oct 1, 2022
Engaging Gen Z in Organizations
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Doug Harrison, Director of Strategy and Innovation at MAF, to effectively engage Gen Z on teams and in organizations. They present key mindsets and action steps for leaders who want to see the next generation thrive in their organizational context. To contact Doug, email firstname.lastname@example.org To order the book, Mobilizing Gen Z, visit: https://missionbooks.org/ For bulk rates, contact one of the following: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
23 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
Protecting Gen Z's Identity Online
In this episode, Jolene looks at some of the risks that Gen Z is exposed to by well-meaning parents, friends, organizations and businesses as they post online. Jolene provides important considerations for anyone who wants to protect Gen Z's identity and digital footprint. https://www.bbc.com/news/education-44153754 https://growingleaders.com/blog/sharenting-solving-the-problem-of-parents-and-kids-on-instagram/
28 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
Mobilizing Gen Z for the Global Age of Missions
In this special episode, Jolene is joined by her co-author, Katy White, to discuss their new book, Mobilizing Gen Z: Challenges and Opportunities for the Global Age of Missions. The new book launches August 8, 2022. In their discussion, Jolene and Katy present insights on mobilizing and encouraging Gen Z and give an overview of the practical applications and resources in the book. To order the book, Mobilizing Gen Z, visit: https://missionbooks.org/ For bulk rates, contact one of the following: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
33 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
The Coach Approach to Next Gen Leadership
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Dr. Bethany Peters to discuss one of the most effective tools for mentoring and leading the next generation. The coach approach is applicable to any context where you are engaging young people and encouraging them to grow. Show Notes: https://www.theleadershipcoachinglab.com/six-weeks-to-a-coach-approach - Group Coaching Program launching in September https://www.theleadershipcoachinglab.com/coach-approach - Other Coach Approach Training Options https://www.theleadershipcoachinglab.com/resources - Free Resources on Coach Approach / Email sign up Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/theleadershipcoachinglab/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethany-d-peters/ To check out Jolene’s new book, visit: https://missionbooks.org/ or www.leadingtomorrow.org
37 minutes | Jul 1, 2022
The Role of Fathers in Leadership Development
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Jesse Chukwemeka Umeh who recently completed research on the topic of fatherlessness and its impact on the development of leaders. Jolene and Jesse discuss critical trends related to parenting and families in America, and offer hope and encouragement for young leaders and those investing in the next generation.
26 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
Tech-Smart Tips for Summer
In this episode, Jolene discusses how to manage technology in our lives to increase productivity, health, and wellbeing. She provides some practical tips for individuals and families to consider as we head into summer.
20 minutes | May 3, 2022
The Importance of Self Awareness for Gen Z Students
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Gen Z high school graduate, Ariana Chaparro. Ariana shares some of the challenges that Gen Z students face today as they seek to practice good self-leadership. She provides insights into helping students develop better self-awareness and emotional intelligence. https://www.leadingtomorrow.org/coaching.html https://www.myipsat.com/
32 minutes | Apr 1, 2022
Biblical Multicultural Leadership
In this episode, Jolene is joined by international church planter, Mark McKinstry, to discuss biblical models of multicultural ministry and leadership. Jolene and Mark highlight important lessons and insights from Scripture for leaders engaging Gen Z, the most diverse and global generation in history.
30 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
Effective Training Strategies for Gen Z
How does Gen Z learn best? How can we effectively equip them through training? In this episode, Jolene is joined by Andrea Kroeze, Training & Curriculum Coordinator at Touch the World, where she trains young people for short-term missions. Jolene and Andrea discuss important considerations for effectively training Gen Z in any context.
43 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
What Do Young Adults Need from Leaders?
In the midst of what many are calling the "Great Resignation," record numbers of employees are leaving their jobs. In this episode, Jolene and Josiah discuss key considerations for leaders and managers looking to retain the young people on their teams.
34 minutes | Jan 1, 2022
Why Innovation is Necessary for Success
In this episode, Jolene is joined by Jacob Hancock, Executive Director at Seeds Global Innovation Lab. Jolene and Jacob discuss why innovation is essential for organizations, churches, schools and ministries today. They provide practical perspectives and tools for any leader or individual seeking to engage the next generation and remain effective in a rapidly changing world. Resources on Innovation and Design Thinking: Creative Confidence by Kelley & Kelley Creativity, Inc. by Catmull Innovation by Design by Lockwood & Papke Design Thinking for Growth by Liedtka & Ogilvie seedsinnovation.com
35 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
Gen Z is growing up as the most diverse generation in history and desires teams and leaders that value diversity. In this episode, Jolene is joined by Charlotte Kassis and Bethany Peters to discuss how to develop our cultural competence as an individual and leader and facilitate healthy diversity on multicultural teams. Show Notes: Multicultural Leadership Mastermind: https://www.theleadershipcoachinglab.com/multiculturalmastermind Info Session: December 13th @ 7 p.m. CST Begins January 12th
18 minutes | Nov 2, 2021
How Texting Contributes to Miscommunication
In this episode, Gen Z high school graduate, Ariana Chaparro, joins Jolene to discuss texting and how it contributes to miscommunication for young people, as well as adults!
21 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Building Meaningful Relationships
In this episode, Jolene reads an excerpt from her book, Daniel Generation, on building meaningful relationships. She looks at the life of Daniel and discusses why intentionality in relationships is more important than ever for leaders of all ages to thrive in our current culture. Check out the special offers on Daniel Generation English edition, Spanish edition, or audiobook this month at leadingtomorrow.org Visit leadingtomorrow.org to purchase Daniel Generation in English or Spanish for only $10 this month. Send proof of purchase of Daniel Generation in any format to email@example.com to receive the video series and training guide for free.
33 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
What to Consider when "Sharenting"
In this episode, Jolene and Josiah will share thoughts on what to consider when posting about kids (or others) on social media. They explore how some of these posts may be public such as posting pictures on Instagram, while others seem to happen in private but often end up turning your child into a set of data points. https://growingleaders.com/blog/sharenting-solving-the-problem-of-parents-and-kids-on-instagram/?mc_cid=9be9ce4022&mc_eid=32dd44164d https://www.bbc.com/news/education-44153754
18 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Can Your Advice Be Heard?
As culture continues to change, we often find ourselves disagreeing with the views and decisions of those close to us. In this episode, Jolene and her guest, recent high school graduate Ariana Chaparro, discuss what to do when you want to give advice or share your opinion, especially with someone older or younger than you. How can we engage others in ways that are helpful and not harmful?
30 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
How to Encourage Moral Values in Gen Z
In this episode, Jolene and Josiah discuss “resume” values or competencies as opposed to “eulogy” values or character. They explore ways that we overemphasize resume values and underemphasize eulogy values, resulting in decreased internal motivation, moral character, and empathy in young people today. Ideas and strategies are presented to help encourage the development of moral value in the young people we mentor.
29 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Why Self Awareness is Important in Intergenerational Leadership
Most teams today are composed of members from more than one generation. This often results in different values, perspectives, and expectations being present as teams interact. Self awareness helps us navigate some of these differences more effectively. In this episode, Jolene and Josiah discuss strategies for increasing our self awareness as leaders and team members on multigenerational teams.
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