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Volume 19/4
Jul/Aug 2017

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Table of Contents

On The Cover

  • An Inspiring Day of Learning, Sharing and Connecting

  • Our dedicated Your Workplace community wants something different and better, and they are brave enough and curious enough to try something new


    Henry Ford said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone …

    Another archaic practice — the doctor’s note — bites the dust.

    5 modern strategies for balancing productivity and well-being in the digital era.

    The Power of Little Ideas outlines low-risk, high-reward strategies to help you succeed at creating ...

    Learn what it takes to create an authentic organization where people want to work.
  • Hippity-hop!

  • Millenials are deserting stagnant workplaces for open-air pastures.
  • ‘He is Honesty’

  • Are potential employees deceiving you when it comes to their references?
  • Kick the Sit Out of Work

  • This new public health initiative is fun and free.
  • Sitting and Standing Myths Debunked

  • Before you use your new standing desk, read this.
  • Multiple Choice

  • How should you ask employees to identify their gender?
  • Power Up: Zucchini

  • We loved this zucchini recipe so much we stole it.
  • Voice: Compensating Executives With Bailout Money is a Load of Crap

  • Why are employees taxes compensating executives?
  • The Right Headspace

  • Incorporating mindfulness into your training initiatives can transform the way your employees learn.
  • Welcoming Employees Back After Mental Health Leave

  • Help promote a successful return to work with these three steps.
  • Coaching Case Study: Creating Positive Habits

  • How small steps can change your mindset in a big way.
  • Empowering Employees Through Play

  • This toy teaches a valuable skill often overlooked in organizations: empathy
  • Not Up for Grabs

  • Harassment in the Canadian Armed Forces is proving stubbornly hard to eradicate - but some are fighting for change.
  • Are Employees Breaking Your Brand Promises?

  • Investing in a brand training program can mean the difference between happy and disgruntled customers.
  • YW Profile: Igloo Software

  • Humanizing the Digital Workplace
  • Look Who's Stupid

  • Are smart people doing things in your organization? André Spicer, a professor of organizational behaviour at the Cass Business School at City University London, talks about the prevalence of stupidity at work.
  • The Business-Minded Reader

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