The ROI of Leading by Example is Priceless

At first glance, the title of this article makes sense. Of course leading by example is priceless. It’s an expression that we’ve all heard and have grown to like and even believe...if done right. Leadership A Way of Being However, as...

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No More Painkillers For Employee Engagement Pains

Workforce problems are becoming more complex and managing this complexity is becoming more important than ever. Companies work hard to stay competitive by investing a lot of money and resources on employee training and engagement programs, but they still...

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A Better Model of Measure for Learning and Development

To grow any measure of success, a measure needs to be established—as can be applied to learning and development and leadership performance alike. Failure to track and measure changes in leadership performance increases the probability that organizations won’t take improvement...

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Is Your Company Profiting From a Growth Mindset?

Children with a growth mindset rebound more quickly from failure and get higher grades. Athletes with a growth mindset (like Michael Jordan) have greater perseverance and achieve better performance. Organizations with a growth mindset show greater levels of trust...

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The Challenge of Employee Engagement: Ready, Set, Engage?

What is REALLY challenging about employee engagement? Why is it so difficult? Your organization is investing so much time and money to stay competitive and to take care of their employees at this fast paced world. As HR professionals and...

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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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