Growing Leaders founder Tim ELMORE is passionate about understanding the emerging generation and helping adults teach them how to become leaders in their schools, their communities and their careers.
He educates adults to help them understand the challenges and experiences today’s generation faces and connect with them in a way that resonates. Tim believes, by cultivating leadership abilities in young adults and encouraging the adults who guide them, Growing Leaders can be the catalyst for emerging generations that will truly change the world.
Tim teaches leadership courses and speaks at schools, universities, business, and athletic programs. Tim has trained thousands of leaders in partnership with nationally renowned schools and organizations like the San Francisco Giants, Stanford University, Virginia Tech, University of Alabama Athletics, Duke University, University of Texas, Chick-fil-a, Cici’s Pizza, Delta, and more.
Tim has also authored more than 30 books including: Habitudes®: Images that Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes, Artificial Maturity: Helping Kids Meet the Challenge of Becoming Authentic Adults, Generation iY: Secrets to Connecting With Today’s Teens & Young Adults in the Digital Age, 12 Huge Mistakes Parents Can Avoid, Life Giving Mentors, and Nurturing the Leader Within Your Child, and his latest Marching Off The Map, which helps understand and apply the latest research on Generation Z.
You can check out all of Tim’s books by clicking HERE.
Please visit Tim’s website at GrowingLeaders.com.
TIM’S ARTICLES FOR TEENS
Seven Steps to Cultivate a “Whatever It Takes” Attitude
Is it Okay to be Average?
Three Steps to Develop Grit
LeaderTip #1: How to Break Free From a Performance Trap
LeaderTip #2: How to Lead a Productive Team Meeting
LeaderTip #3: How to Boss Your Calendar Each Week
LeaderTip #4: How to Establish Your Priorities
LeaderTip #5: How to Read a Book
LEADERTIP #6: HOW TO OVERCOME INEFFECTIVE MEETINGS
LeaderTip #7: How to Capture a Vision
LeaderTip #8: How to Communicate Your Vision
LeaderTip #9: How to Develop a Person While You Delegate a Project
LeaderTip #10: How to Connect with People
LeaderTip #11: How to Establish a Mentoring Relationship
LeaderTip #12: What To Do When You Mentor Someone
TIM’S ARTICLES FOR PARENTS