How Courage & Leadership Tie Into Your Emotional Intelligence

Courage is commonly thought of in the context of an incredible act of bravery, or overcoming extreme adversity or risk. In everyday life, we might think of courage as getting up in the night to see if the noise...

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Getting it Right the First Time: Onboarding with Emotion

By David Cory A Tale of Two Impressions Margaret was at a party when she met Shae who worked at Thread the Needle Electronics (TNE), a company where she had recently submitted a resume. She thought TNE would be a great...

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Beyond Survival Mode: How to Avoid Burnout and Thrive

By Isabelle St-Jean As any working professional can attest, there are fatigues which rest does cure—and if left unaddressed can lead to burnout. For HR professionals in particular, the risk is as real as the multiple responsibilities and stressors of...

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What is the thorniest political issue facing HR professionals?

Jennifer Thatcher, CHRP director of human resources inSite, Kelowna Jennifer Thatcher, CHRP joined inSite in 2012 after 10 years in the manufacturing sector (alcohol/beverage).  With 14 years in HR, she has held generalist roles with some concentration in labour relations...

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