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Entitled, lazy, unreliable. These are just a few of the words used to describe Millennials. It wasn’t too long ago consumer reports were being built about them and how they would acclimate to the professional world. Now, they’ll soon be leading the workforce. According to Forbes, 75% of the national labor force will be millennials by 2025. Despite the negative stereotypes, this generation is full of individuals already taking leadership positions at companies, starting their own businesses, and pursuing non-traditional means of supporting themselves and their families. In the GenWhy Leaders Podcast, we learn why leaders in this age group do what they do, what keeps them motivated, and how they have succeeded in this ever-more competitive marketplace.

The GenWhy Leaders Podcast Eric D. Hughey

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Entitled, lazy, unreliable. These are just a few of the words used to describe Millennials. It wasn’t too long ago consumer reports were being built about them and how they would acclimate to the professional world. Now, they’ll soon be leading the workforce. According to Forbes, 75% of the national labor force will be millennials by 2025. Despite the negative stereotypes, this generation is full of individuals already taking leadership positions at companies, starting their own businesses, and pursuing non-traditional means of supporting themselves and their families. In the GenWhy Leaders Podcast, we learn why leaders in this age group do what they do, what keeps them motivated, and how they have succeeded in this ever-more competitive marketplace.

    Developing next generation leaders with Cody Isabel

    Developing next generation leaders with Cody Isabel

    In this episode we interview Cody Isabel, Founder and CEO of CBA Neurotech in Kansas City, Missouri. He helps leverage the power of neuroscience to strengthen the minds of young people and develop influential leaders. Listen as Cody discusses the effects of neuroscience and leadership during the greatest generational shift in history.

    • 25 min
    Nickel & Suede Founder Kilee Nickels empowers women through statement jewelry

    Nickel & Suede Founder Kilee Nickels empowers women through statement jewelry

    In this episode we interview Kilee Nickels, founder and CEO of Nickel & Suede. Nickel & Suede is a nationwide company based in Kansas City. They make lightweight, leather statement earrings. They sell jewelry, hats, and other statement-making accessories. Listen as Kilee discusses how and why she started her business.

    • 19 min
    Mentor Monday | KC Royals Announcer Joel Goldberg on building relationships like a champion

    Mentor Monday | KC Royals Announcer Joel Goldberg on building relationships like a champion

    In this episode we interview Kansas City Royals broadcaster, Joel Goldberg as part of our “Mentor Monday" series. He has been with the Royals for 13 seasons and hosts every pregame and postgame show. When he is not announcing baseball, he has another career in public speaking, where he has been featured by the MLB, the Kansas City Royals, the Kansas City Star, and others. Listen as he discusses his career broadcasting with the Royals and the importance of building authentic relationships.

    • 29 min
    People over profit with Josh Levin

    People over profit with Josh Levin

    In this episode we interview Josh Levin, owner of Empowered Electric, which has been recognized among Inc.’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies, making the top-500. Listen as he discusses his personal and business accomplishments that all came as a result of putting people over profit.

    • 24 min
    Announcing the GenWhy Leaders Awards

    Announcing the GenWhy Leaders Awards

    The GenWhy Leaders Podcast is excited to announce two new awards, The GenWhy Leader of the Year, and the GenWhy Mentor of the Year. To submit nominations for either recognition, visit GenWhyLeaders.com/awards

    • 4 min
    Volunteer your way to more fulfilling work with Becky Haddican

    Volunteer your way to more fulfilling work with Becky Haddican

    In this episode we interview Becky Haddican, who is a senior marketing manager at Black & Veatch for its power division, specifically global transmission. Listen as she discusses how volunteering has made her life more fulfilling and helped her succeed at work.

    • 18 min

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