Seven Ways to Recognize People at Work, Including Getting the Money Part Right

  Recognizing and rewarding people can be a strategic advantage – helping you keep your best, demonstrating your commitment to people and your commitment to...

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The Importance of Engagement

Create the conditions where people are excited to come work in the morning. If you are looking to develop a culture of engagement, the formula...

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Ten Strengths Every Leader Needs

The best leaders create leaders, not followers. While each person’s leadership style is distinct, true leaders stand by their own sincere, clearly defined sense of...

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This is HR

Today’s employers are influencing change and advancing Canada’s culture. Every day it becomes more clear – work is not separate from society. When society’s traditional models...

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The Allure Of An Ongoing Learning Culture: “Are You There, Yet?”

“Yet” is a very small but powerful word. It completely changes the feeling around statements that would otherwise be negative or discouraging. “I can’t do...

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The 3 P’s of Employee Experience: People, Purpose & Positivity

There was a time when people were so happy to have a job that they put up with just about anything to take home...

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How do you define the ROI of HR?

Kane Kilbey associate VP, HR, University of Victoria Saanichton, BC Kane is the associate vice president, human resources at the University of Victoria. In this capacity, he is...

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The Expectation of Excellence: Creating a High-Performance Culture

By Eitan Sharir As a leader, you don’t head to work every day intending to achieve mediocre results.  Nonetheless, are you inadvertently setting mediocre expectations...

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