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WHAT SHOULD LEADERS BE THINKING ABOUT MOVING FORWARD?

WHAT SHOULD LEADERS BE THINKING ABOUT MOVING FORWARD?

Businesses will continue to struggle in order to grasp and understand which of the Covid 19 pandemic’s effects will be temporary and which will become permanent. Four new reports attempt to analyze these longer term trends. One is from Glassdoor in California; a...
Strategies For Engaging Employees

Strategies For Engaging Employees

Tasks have sped up in the Canadian workplace at an accelerated rate. The Covid 19 aftermath, the raging war on attracting and retaining the right talent, the quest for better business practices, technological advances and client expectations – just to name a few; are...
Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership

SERVANT LEADERSHIP Servant leadership is a leadership philosophy in which the goal of the leader is to serve. Given the upheaval that we have experienced over the past twenty months, servant leadership has been taking on a life of its own in some major...
Leaders Today Need Vulnerability, Not Ego.

Leaders Today Need Vulnerability, Not Ego.

Vulnerability is defined as a willingness to show emotions or to allow one’s weakness to be seen or known; the willingness to risk being hurt or attacked. Contrary to some beliefs, the omnipotent leaders are not always the one’s that can guide their organizations...
The Long & Short of It

The Long & Short of It

The saying; The Long & Short of It is from a play called “The Merry Wives of Windsor”.  It is a comedy written in 1595 by William Shakespeare, played to an audience in Berkshire, England in 1602 and centres around an individual (John Falstaff) who decides to...
Attracting & Retaining the Right Talent

Attracting & Retaining the Right Talent

In April of 2017, two senior partners with McKinsey & Company; Mary Meaney (Paris) and Scott Keller (Southern California) authored a book called Leading Organizations. In their book Meaney and Keller addressed ten most basic challenges facing leaders today the...