The first person to step foot on the red planet has already been born and could be a student in a classroom, a kid in your neighborhood, or a child in your own home. We are preparing the next generation for jobs that do not exist and for career paths that may not be in our communities, our countries, or even on our planet.
The Culture Blueprint is a systematic guide to building a company culture that fosters committed, enthusiastic employees. Distilling his years of experience teaching culture-building to companies like Google, P&G and Amazon. In order to thrive, companies must do more than satisfy their employees; they must create passionate ones. The Culture Blueprint will teach you how to develop a culture that does just that.
In a world of incredible change and chaos, where decisions are made in the blink of an eye, have you ever made a half-baked decision? For whatever reason, you just didn’t think it through. The result? Less than stellar outcomes. You and your people don’t have hours to agonize over every decision, (nor would you want to…) but you can get smarter about it!
Success is something we all want more of; career success, successful relationships,success saving money or sticking to an exercise plan, success raising kids or retiring well… success in life. Which all demands time, energy and effort. What if you could get more of what you want, and do it with better clarity, higher confidence and less burnout? When you address your goals, habits, mindset and energy as integrated variables for success, it improves your capacity in measurable ways, and can truly transform how you work and live.
Hear inspiring and detailed stories from the best customer experiences in the world in multiple industries. Find out what the experience is, what makes it work, and why people love it. Also, discover how delivering a better experience actually makes the business better.
Schools, parents, and law enforcement officials continue to struggle to find the balance between digital wellness and digitally-led schools and classrooms. By age 9, most American students have a smartphone or an electronic device. Students, in general, have received very little digital citizenship training, if any, and they often make mistakes online that are behavioral, egregious, and developmentally typical.