57th Annual HR Conference + Tradeshow Full Of Learning and Insight From Keynote Speakers

The Vancouver Convention Centre West provided the perfect backdrop and the conference delegates provided the energy and momentum in what was another very successful HR Conference + Tradeshow 2019 – April 2-3 in Vancouver, B.C. In total, the conference featured...

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Mentorship Matters: Meet Theresa Henriksen, CPHR and Janice Green

Mentorship matters on all sides of the equation. With more than 475 CPHR BC & Yukon members involved in the Professional Mentorship Program (PMP), the experience is deemed invaluable to mentors and proteges alike. With application for the program...

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3 Tips To Start Viewing Situations With A Mintzberg Mindset

Dr. Henry Mintzberg is one of the most cited and deeply admired management thinkers alive today. The appealing thing about Mintzberg is that his ideas are so easy to understand. If I asked you to think like Albert Einstein,...

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Sheri Hamilton and Miranda Birkbeck Win Awards; CPHR BC & Yukon Recognizes Three Members With FCPHR Title

With a large faction of the HR community gathered in Vancouver last week, CPHR BC & Yukon handed out two professional awards and three Fellow CPHR titles last week at their 57th annual HR Conference + Tradeshow.  The big winners...

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8 Things Your Small Business Can’t Do Without

If people issues in your business are consuming extraordinary amounts of time and energy and getting in the way of business growth, it may be time to take a look at the bigger picture of your talent lifecycle. The...

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Cindy Dopson, CPHR, Shares Insights On ‘Creating Momentum’ at the HR Conference + Tradeshow 2019

It’s so easy to fall into the urgency of all the demands on us—to run from meeting, to report, to project—and have the hours fly by. It can be even harder can to carve out the time to be...

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Accountability and Culture… What’s Really Going On?

When we take the time to ask ourselves the really hard questions while digging deep for answers, we often find truths that we never considered. Many of the results we get in our corporate cultures are unintentional. Meaning that...

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How to Prepare Your Workplace for the Aftermath of Marijuana Legalization

With cannabis being decriminalized under federal legislation on October 17, 2018 — roughly six months ago — many employers have tried to anticipate how this has and/or will impact their workplaces. Undoubtedly, in-house policy is key, but leaders should set...

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