Chaos Isn’t a Bad Thing (and Eight Other Truths Leaders Need to Know)

Twenty-first century leaders are no strangers to chaos—and the last few years have underscored that truth. We ride nonstop waves of disruption and uncertainty...

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Embracing Generative AI: How HR Can Help Employees Harness Its Power

The new generative AIs (e.g., ChatGPT) can be perplexing due to their surprising capabilities. It's natural to react with extreme views, such as fearing...

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How to Build Employee Engagement Strategies That Actually Move the Needle

Employee engagement is one of the highest prioritized aspects of human resources today. While it wasn’t always so emphasized, now we have stacks of...

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Work Meaningfully: A Strong Message That Connected With People At The 60th HR Conference & Expo

More than 1200 participants descended into the Vancouver Convention Centre West in downtown Vancouver for CPHR BC & Yukon’s second true hybrid conference with...

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6 Tips For Making Your Workplace More Friendly For People On The Autism Spectrum

New data reveals that people with autism often struggle to progress in their careers, while others are unable to find long-term employment. It is...

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Beyond GPT-4: The implications of AI evolution on HR

Microsoft's recent launch of Co-Pilot, an AI-powered tool designed to assist software developers, highlights the transformative potential of AI in the workplace. Co-Pilot is...

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Stop Tolerating Narcissistic Leaders

Have you ever said or heard coworkers complain, "My boss is a jerk! I asked for some help, and he said if I was...

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5 Facets of Great Goals

Goal setting is a powerful way to clarify where you should spend your time and energy, especially at the start of a new year....

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