HR LeadersTalk: Gillian McCombie Shares Wisdom of Experience

In every issue of PeopleTalk magazine we try to speak with an HR leader to get their thoughts on various HR related topics and pick their brain for some advice they may have for the next generation of HR...

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Building the HR Business Case: Communicating the ROI of Coaching Culture

By Donna Howes, CPHR Over the past decade or more, there’s been a world-wide revolution as organizations large and small have taken a stand for coaching as a vital HR strategy and business driver. Coaching Business Improvements The acknowledged clout of a...

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The Future is Brain Health Friendly: Telus Puts nognz to Work

By Dr. Justin Davis Improved productivity, memory and strong critical thinking skills are all traits that we aspire to see in our employees. However, while many heart-health and physical wellness programs are offered, very few, if any of these programs,...

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Digital IQ and Social Business: Seven HR Hotspots

By Christine McLeod, CHRP HR has not traditionally been known for its propensity towards ‘early adoption’ and while HR has come around to game-changing technology like email, cell phones, the internet, the Human capital side of the organization tends to...

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Finders, Keepers: Recruitment and Retention in a Changing World

By Anya Levykh Back in the good old days of HR, when a job needed a body, an ad was put in the paper, resumes magically filled the in-tray, and in short thrift a perfectly suitable candidate was found. Said candidate...

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The New Tools of Leadership

By Holly Macdonald It would be easy to dismiss tools as faddish, but what they really represent is a radically different ecosystem for leaders. The separation between internal and external is fading rapidly and trends towards openness and collaboration are...

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