Don’t Bring Your Whole Self to Work

I get nervous when I hear organizations promoting some nice-sounding but vague concept such as "Bring your whole self to work". I know there...

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Building Powerful New Habits At Work

Procrastination. Distraction. Poor time management. Check, check, check. There is a seemingly endless list of concerns about the barriers (aka bad habits) we face at work...

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People & Perspectives: How do you see the pivotal role HR plays in organizations evolving in the next 20 years?

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine, we ask CPHR BC & Yukon members from all across B.C. and the Yukon a question and get...

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Should Management Be Sophisticated?

We all like the idea of being sophisticated. Maybe we’ve heard that some company has a sophisticated compensation system, or a sophisticated recruitment process...

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The Plus Side of the Pandemic

As a global community, we’ll be trying to tabulate the negative impacts of COVID-19 for years to come. Catastrophic loss of life, physical and mental...

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Generosity is Worth Fighting For

In an AIHR training program I developed with Dr. Joanna Sosnowska, we included “generosity and positivity” as one of the principles that should underlie...

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National Coming Out Day. Is Your Company Set Up to Help 2SLGBTQ+ Employees?

Coming out at work for many is a terrifying thought. We do not know how the information will be received. Will relationships change to the point...

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HR: Becoming a Strategic Partner and Earning a Seat at the Table

We live in the most transformational time in human history. Ask anyone who studies change and innovation, and they will tell you that the...

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