Leading with Empathy – 4 Ways to Begin Today

We are living in a world where labour is in short supply, we are becoming more divided than united, our mental health is taking a toll, and we are wondering what normal even means. As a leader, looking to the future, you may be wondering how best to respond to these challenges. What leadership skills do you need to focus on?

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B.C. NDP Government Reverses Course and Will Bring in “Card Check” Unionization

Written by Geoffrey Howard and Sebastian Chern Howard Employment Law In a dramatic reversal of policy and without consultation, the BC NDP has announced on April 6, 2022 that it will pass legislation that will allow unions to be “certified” and thus become the sole authorized representatives of an entire group of employees based only on showing 55% Read More

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1 Clear Sign to Recognize Someone With the Gift of Leadership

The path to creating a great team and organization starts here. Written by Marcel Schwantes, Inc.com Chief executives and heads of HR have been wrestling for years with the question, “How can I create a great workplace?” To answer that question, follow the evidence. The research asserts that leaders in those so-called “best companies” lean heavily on that Read More

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Warren Buffett: Your Measure of Success at the End of Your Life Comes Down to This ‘Ultimate Test’

The greatest indicator of your achievements, according to the Oracle of Omaha. Written by Marcel Schwantes, Inc.com Warren Buffett is not often wrong when it comes to making investment decisions. The Oracle of Omaha’s sage-like wisdom and hard-hitting truth-telling have also transcended industries and generations and cultures. Most of the time, if we hold up the mirror to face our own reality, Buffett Read More

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Get Through the Coming Long, Dark Winter Using This Scandinavian Trick

Scandinavians know how to cope with a long, dark, gloomy winter. This year we need their wisdom more than ever. Written by Jessica Stillman, Contributor, Inc.com Scientists across the world are racing to develop vaccines and therapeutics for Covid, but despite their heroic efforts, just about every expert out there is warning it’s going to be a Read More

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Your Virtual Company Holiday Party Doesn’t Have to Be a Drag

Now-remote companies have learned how to make large events meaningful this pandemic year. Here’s what’s worked best–and how you can replicate it. Written by Christine Lagorio-Chafkin, Senior Writer, Inc.com Normally at this time of the year, companies are hiring caterers, setting up onsite casinos or party games, and inviting employees to cut at least a Read More

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