Assume the Project is Dead and You Killed It

Following a disappointing project, leaders often conduct a post-mortem. In this time-honoured tradition, the executive will sit with his or her team...

The Cost of Incivility

Imagine a young man, Peter, fretting over an upcoming work presentation. He shuffles his notes, looks around the room, and double and...

What’s Your Facilitation Style?

Discover the Five Personas that make you a well-rounded facilitator. You’ll likely recognize yourself in one (or many) of them.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Previously, Jennifer Kiwala highlighted the benefits of integrating corporate social responsibility (CSR) into the workplace culture. She outlined five key steps to...

Oil for Less Squeaky Wheels

In a modern world of open-concept workspaces, networking events, team building exercises and work-play company cultures, introverts have been sorely affected. Extroverts...

Creating an HR Infrastructure

I recently attended a conference on infrastructure investing, and it struck me how similar the processes are (or at least should be)...

Creative Perks to Lure – and Keep – Top Talent

The technology sector has been one of the few bright spots within the otherwise anemic U.S. job market. In fact, tech businesses...

November is the Time to Think of Financial Literacy

November marks the beginning of the 9th edition of Financial Literacy Month (FLM). Throughout the month, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) and...

Are You an A+ Organization?

A review of more than 100 studies examining employee engagement reveals that only 20% of today'workforce reports that they are fully engaged...

Separate or Together?

Health, wellness and disability management: What do you really need to support the health and productivity of your workforce? To answer this,...