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21 Tools to Coach Future Leaders

Article submitted by Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D., International Leadership Guru “A true Master is not the one with the most students, but one who creates the most Masters. A true leader is not the one with the most followers, but one who creates the most leaders.” —Neale Donald Walsch The findings of Kelly Global Workforce Index […]... Read More
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“Me to We” Principles in the Office

If you haven’t heard of Craig and Marc Kielburger, “We Day,” or the “Me to We” movement, you may be missing out on some helpful office-based tips. Essentially, Me to We is focused on the application of social consciousness principles throughout your life (e.g., commuting to work, sustainable agriculture, philanthropy). In the workplace, this is […]... Read More
Career Conversations

Career Conversations in the Workplace – Getting Started

Although, career management has traditionally been viewed as the sole responsibility of the employee, there is growing evidence that employer-supported career initiatives can help engage, retain, and develop workers. Career conversations between managers and employees are an excellent way to bring a career focus into the workplace. Different than performance reviews, career conversations provide an […]... Read More
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View Your RFP as a Job Interview

I recently attended a training session focused on responding to the newly implemented Short-Form Requests for Proposals (SRFPs; 2-page short form for procurement of services used by the BC Government for selected projects).  During the session we had the opportunity to read a sample SRFP, collectively compose/submit a proposal, and review another submission.  It was […]... Read More