Join us on the View from the Top podcast as we interview Chris Tuff. In this episode, we talk about why the younger generation expects that their passions will be a part of their work. It is causing a lot of workplace tension and is only exacerbated by the ‘great resignation.’ Chris offers solutions to this problem, including teaching traits that come naturally to older generations, such as building interpersonal skills. We also discuss the value of attending conferences and how they can greatly benefit you both professionally and personally. If you're looking for tips on building a successful business and team, this is an episode you want to experience!
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Chris Tuff is a best-selling author and highly sought after keynote speaker who has presented for Nike, Meta, Verizon, Delta, Harvard and more. He began his career as a pioneer of the social media marketing space, becoming one of the first marketers to work directly with Facebook advertising. His first book, The Millennial Whisperer, is a USA Today bestseller that explores the importance of empathy and relationships in the workplace, and it equips leaders with tools to attract and retain young talent through genuine connection. He’s a graduate from Vanderbilt University and lives in Atlanta with his wife and two daughters. He loves kiteboarding, travel, and Jordan 1s.
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