Case Study: Supporting Managers with Mental Health Training

One of BC Hydro’s priorities is supporting mental health in the workplace, and ensuring that a holistic view of health is woven into the overall workforce strategy. BC Hydro is raising awareness about mental health amongst employees and wants...

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Failure to Empower Failure May Cause Failure

“In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”– Eric Hoffer In this age of technology, organizations must deal not only with disruption and convergence,...

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The Accountability Culture: Creating A Shift in Leadership Mindset

In my work as a facilitator of leadership development, I often ask leaders the following questions: What does the victim mentality look like? More importantly, how does it feel? Do you know someone who primarily lives in this level...

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The Culture Code: Six Keys (and Four Steps) to Hidden Treasure

By Lorie Corcuera Whether you are a fan of The Goonies, Romancing the Stone or the adventures of Indiana Jones, you will agree that the journey to discover the treasure is just as important as the treasure itself. Similarly, that a...

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Mapping a More Measurable Approach to Culture Crafting

By Akeela Davis "Corporate culture" as a construct is almost 40 years old and is in ever greater demand by organizations. Study after study is proving that when done right, this attractive, somewhat mysterious element is a proven star. Deloitte’s...

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E-learning: The Best Option for 2018?

By Matt Corker Here’s the truth: your employees want training. One of the biggest reasons for turnover in the workplace is a lack of training and development. Employees are 42 per cent more likely to stay at a job when...

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Contributors to Workplace Conflict: Part Two

By Paul Godin Having consulted widely with clients, and having surveyed thousands of people on the question of what they see as the causes of conflict, a number of recurrent themes have emerged over the years. In part one of...

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Contributors to Workplace Conflict: Part One

By Paul Godin The first step in managing and dealing effectively with conflict in the workplace is to understand what is creating or contributing to the conflict. If we can identify the main contributors that recur again and again, we...

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