CPHR BC & Yukon Professional Mentorship Program Provided Valuable Learning Opportunities For Two Members

We've all had someone who's helped us learn something. Whether it be that first awesome manager who taught you how valuable simple skills like being on time for work or that upbeat millennial in the cubical down the hall who...

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Meet Your Mentor: Randi Purfield, CPHR

Randi Purfield, CPHR Senior Safety Coordinator, Highland Valley Copper Randi Purfield, MBA, CPHR has been with her current employer for over 22 years and has worked in both human resources, as well as health and safety. She has her Graduate Certificate...

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The Flipside of the Digital Playground: The Case for Reverse Mentoring

By Amelia Chan, CPHR Asking “why” is natural for young inquiring minds. Tireless questioning and unabashed curiosity is something with which we all begin our lives, but perhaps start taking for granted once we “think” we already know the answers. Undoubtedly,...

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Mentoring: A Cost-Effective Way to Develop Millennial Leaders

By Joanne Wells It finally happened. According to Pew Research, millennials have overtaken Baby Boomers and Gen Xers in the workforce. With this in mind, it’s time for organizations to start thinking about millennials as the next wave of future...

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How to Make the Most of Mentoring

By Shelley Garside, CHRP In many ways, mentoring serves to better us both as lifelong learners and leaders. It is a marvelous opportunity to share in a learning experience that will help to shape our own and others' careers moving...

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Mentoring: A Workplace Buddy System

By Angela Bortolussi Launching into a new school year, classrooms are greeted with new arrivals. Children, especially in their primary years, are heightened with curiosity and excitement. As they transition from coloring books to spelling rules and from playground madness...

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Mentors: Vital at All Points of Your Career

By Doug Lawrence I mentor a number of people and have been doing so for most of my career. I have also been mentored over that same career journey and understand the value of having a good mentor in my...

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Research Briefing: Embedding Coaching Skills in the Workplace

The interconnectedness of people management practices is often underestimated. Take, for example, recruitment, retention and coaching. While there is much attention drawn to the challenges around recruitment, the axiom that the easiest form of recruitment is keeping the talent...

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