Eighteen-year-old Conner McDowell is a shining example that although it’s never too late to lead — it’s never too early, either. He joins us on the latest episode of the Leading With Nice Interview Series podcast.
Adam Kingl, leadership expert, speaker and author, stopped by the Leading With Nice Interview Series to discuss why organizations must adapt to the expectations of younger generations in order to thrive.
Brandon Peacock was on his way to get his hair cut when he was shot three times. He wasn’t the intended target but he ended up the victim. This is his story of tragedy and triumph.
As the Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario first-ever executive director, Amy Gorecki was tasked with leading a largely volunteer-run organization through its biggest change in over a century. Listen to this week’s Leading With Nice Interview Series episode to find out how she managed this task without an abundance of resources.
One of Penny Kirlik’s strategies for getting the most out of the young professionals and students who work with her is actually quite simple: talk to them, spend time with them and get to know them as individuals.
Tristan Norton stops by the podcast and offers great insight on how we can appreciate everyone’s differences and take advantage of that fullness in both our work and personal lives.