Through learning, we progress. We fulfill the measure of our creation, have joy, and eventually return to our maker. So, how do we improve our capacity to learn? Learning seems to have two dimensions: the first is personal energy and passion, and the second is the ability to demonstrate a growth mindset. Psychologists have called […]
This past spring professionals from across Canada gathered at the Toronto Botanical Gardens for the 2016 Imagine Your Workplace Conference. A series of lectures immersed attendees in the latest thinking on the subject of leadership, from the highly scientific to the “massively human.” Here’s what we learned. 1. THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ENGAGEMENT Brady Wilson, President […]
Managers want motivated, engaged, high performing employees. Yet it’s not always clear how to bring out the best in workers. Demographic shifts are spurring researchers and organizations to look for new ways of connecting with employees. 2016’s Imagine Your Workplace Conference addressed the massive changes in organizational culture that are unfolding in the workplace today. […]
As the 2017 Imagine Your Workplace Conference fast approaches, we dug into our archives and found this 47-minute compilation that includes the key learnings from sessions at the 2013 Your Workplace Conference. Below you’ll find notes, tips and tools in written, video and audio formats. Listen to Dr. Linda Duxbury from Carleton University, Jody Thompson […]
Everywhere you turn, someone is promising to cure your leadership blues. There are airport books, e-books, apps and tools. There are consultants who will train you, teach you, score you and bore you. There are conferences, workshops, webinars and retreats. A 2014 article in McKinsey Quarterly highlights that companies in the U.S. spend more than […]
Resilience was the theme of the 2015 Your Workplace Conference, or as Merriam-Webster would have it, “The ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change.” Peppered over the conference tables were decorative pears and apples (Your Workplace does like to keep you healthy!), speakers occasionally ducked away for interviews and massages were […]
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