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Volume 20/2
Mar/Apr 2018

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Table of Contents

On The Cover

  • Limiting Screen Time Isn't Just For Kids

  • Our brains are being adversely affected by the omnipresent screens in our lives, but what does Internet addiction mean for our productivity — and our happiness — at work? It’s time to take a look at our own smartphone, computer, gaming and social media usage


    Where there are humans, there is conflict, no matter how affable our coworkers or positive …

    A couple of months ago, I was approached by an audience member after speaking at …

    With the implementation of recreational marijuana legalization around the corner, more organizations are seriously considering ...

    Learn why getting awkward and vulnerable can help your team be more creative.

    The unconscious reasons we do what we do.
  • Boost Your Brainstorming Power by Sharing an Embarrassing Secret

  • Learn why getting awkward and vulnerable can help your team be more creative
  • Don't Let a Tough Economy Drive Your Team Apart

  • A recession can negatively impact the atmosphere at work in ways you may not have considered
  • Do You Sound Like an Idiot?

  • If your voice is too high-pitched, soft or exhibits "vocal fry," vocal training could improve your chances for success in the workplace
  • Playing for Productivity

  • Why More Organizations are Using LEGO SERIOUS PLAY at Work
  • Will Medical Marijuana be Your Next Employee Benefit?

  • With the legalization of recreational pot around the corner, more organizations and insurance providers are seriously considering the benefits of weed
  • Power Up Recipe: Mushrooms

  • Not getting enough vitamin D? Maybe your mushrooms need more sun!
  • What to Expect When Your Employee is Expecting

  • Five guiding principles for supporting employees before, during and after the arrival of a child
  • Why "Leaving Your Baggage at the Door" isn't Always the Best Workplace Policy

  • Whether you're an employee or a boss, here's what you need to know about dealing with personal problems at work
  • Questions About ADHD in the Workplace

  • Answered by someone who wrote the book on ADHD (but couldn’t find his keys)
  • Are Your Employees Afraid to Share Hidden Disabilities?

  • Your people may have disabilities you don't know about — learn how to support them so they feel comfortable disclosing
  • Where There are Humans, There is Conflict —It’s Inevitable

  • If you think conflict, like labour disputes and discrimination claims, can’t be solved through talking, think again
  • Gaining Access to an Untapped Talent Market

  • The social — and business — case for engaging Indigenous employees
  • YW Profile: Carleton University

  • Proving that a healthy workplace strategy can transform culture for the better
  • The Business-Minded Reader

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