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Scotty Kober

Executive DirectorSan Francisco Youth Soccer

San Francisco Bay Area

Member Since January 2021

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How to Resolve Creative Differences With Your Fellow Business Leaders

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By resolving creative differences, you can unlock the potential of collaborative leadership. In a dynamic culture space, clashes of creative visions are inevitable among leaders in the business. These differences can stem from varying perspectives, artistic preferences or strategic approaches, among other reasons. However, resolving such conflicts and finding common ground is crucial for maintaining a harmonious and productive work environment. Below, Rolling Stone Culture Council leaders explore practical tips and strategies to navigate creative differences and foster collaborative solutions that honor diverse viewpoints in the workplace.

Nine Traits Gen Z Is Bringing to the Workforce That Will Create a Major Impact

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How will this generation change the way we work?While every generation draws on their experiences to bring something new to the table, a truly digital-native generation such as Gen Z may have a major impact on the workforce moving forward. Growing up in the internet age has helped to shape both the skills and interests of this young generation, drawing them into disruptive technologies like AI as well as key social and environmental issues such as climate change. But these interests aren’t all they have to offer. Here, nine business leaders from Rolling Stone Culture Council each list one trait they think Gen Z is bringing to the workforce that perhaps other generations didn't have and discuss the potential impact this may have on the current work world at large.

12 Areas of Marketing to Prioritize When Working on a Budget

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Even if you're short on cash, these 12 things will significantly boost your marketing efforts. When it comes to marketing your business, money isn’t everything. While having a large budget can certainly have a big impact on your efforts, there are many marketing activities that cost very little to implement, and even more that don’t cost anything at all. So for new or small businesses that have to operate on a shoestring budget, prioritizing the right marketing efforts can make all the difference. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council experts share the areas of marketing they think are the most important to prioritize if you’re working with a tight budget and why those areas can give you the biggest bang for your buck.

13 Positive Characteristics to Look for in a Potential Networking Connection

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To build a positive business network, you need to quickly identify the right people to connect with. It's often said that you are the sum total of the people around you. Your network matters, so when you're trying to build up your entrepreneurial connections, you’ll want to choose individuals who align with your business values and morals.  However, this can be easier said than done. That's why a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members shared specific qualities you should look for in a person that will help you determine if they're the "right" person to connect with. Here are 13 characteristics they recommend and why each is so important.

Company details

San Francisco Youth Soccer

Company bio

San Francisco Youth Soccer is a comprehensive soccer-based community organization, benefiting San Francisco youth. Our mission is to support youth soccer and leadership through sport. Roughly 8,000 families from nearly every elementary, middle school and neighborhood in San Francisco, participate with us in player, league volunteer and referee capacities. Ages 8 - 18. ​ To ensure that SFYS can deliver on its mission - and support each individual within the league - our supplemental leadership and educational programming provides resources and growth opportunities to all in the SF soccer community. Our fully integrated programs are built to interconnect: Junior Coaches volunteer during training via service hours with recreational teams, youth refs get on-field real-game experience in our Summer Jamboree, Sr. Coaches and Youth Ref Jr. Mentors lead by example by mentoring incoming youth to the programs, Team STARs support the youth referees on game day and help manage spectators, keeping the sidelines supportive and unobtrusive. The entire soccer ecosystem is balanced with our supplemental support and leadership training opportunities, and work in concert with city partners including the SF Unified School District and SF Rec & Park. SF Youth Soccer programming is specifically designed for participating youth to build confidence, actively problem solve, support their community and engage with others, both competitively and collaboratively — which in turn sets them on a path for success. SF Youth Soccer is a Non-Profit organization with 501(c)(3) status, ​EIN # 94-3322034. Donations are fully tax-deductible and match-eligible.



Company size

2 - 10