5 Thoughts On HR & Business With One Of Canada’s Most Creative People Ron Tite

When you're named one of Canada's most creative people, you find different, more innovative ways to do things. So when we asked Ron Tite, keynote speaker at the upcoming HR Conference + Tradeshow in Vancouver, B.C., to answer a few questions via...

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Hide Your Goat – How To Stay Positive When Negativity Surrounds You

No one is immune to feeling negative. The infection can spread quickly and those who discharge the poisonous toxin are masquerading as co-workers, family, friends and people we encounter in our daily lives. They believe, that if they are unhappy, then...

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Emotionally Anchoring our Professional Development (Part Seven)

By Ken Keis  This is the final installment of a seven-part series. Start with Part One. Emotional Anchors What are emotional anchors and how do they impact us? This category with the Personality Development Factors Model consists of any experience that has...

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Social Teachers and Professional Development (Part Six)

By Ken Keis This is the sixth of a seven-part series. Start with Part One and watch for the final installment in HRVoice.org. Previously in this series, I outlined the impact of Personal Style, Bio-Physical Factors, Self-Worth, and Environmental Systems on...

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Environmental Systems and Personal Development (Part Five)

By Ken Keis This is the fifth of a seven-part series. Start with Part One and watch for Part Six in HRVoice.org. Revisiting the Personality Factors Development Model, we have thus far examined the varied impacts of self-worth, biophysical influences and...

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Personal Development and Self-Worth (Part Four)

By Ken Keis This is the fourth of a seven-part series. Start with Part One and watch for Part Five in HRVoice.org. Does it really matter if your sense of personal value is high or low? The answer is yes, absolutely! Self-worth...

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Biophysical Influences on Professional Development (Part Three)

By Ken Keis This is the third of a seven-part series. Read Part One or Part Two now and watch for Part Three in HRVoice.org. You and I could have similar Personal Styles, but our biophysical influences could be quite different,...

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