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We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
The former U.S. president says they're "indisputably" better than men.
They have a "for us, by us" policy.
You now have clout in the workplace, and lots of it.
Race. Culture. Violence. Poverty. If they continue to go unaddressed, gaps will persist not only between men and women, but also among women.
The opportunity to be your authentic self — whether it's as a woman, a mother or a wife — fosters a more positive and trustworthy workplace.
If you want to sit with leaders at the decision-making table, you need to learn and share their traits.
Whether you're collaborating on a new project at work or endeavoring on a 50,000 kilometre race across Canada, here are my top tips for finding success
In reflecting on a conversation I had with a Director of Care and her direct boss at a senior's residence, I was struck by how unaware they were that their attempts in managing communication flow was causing their current communication breakdown.
The other day, I was walking through Toronto's historic Distillery District. This District is a must-see spot for both locals
Thanks to the unprecedented pace of change in the market, we are now at a moment where anything is possible. To seize this opportunity, it's important to recognize that the power base is shifting. The new technology buyers of today have extremely high expectations, and increasingly, only want to do business with companies that mirror their own diversity.
As a black female robotics researcher, I know that I am different than most of my colleagues. I joined a robotics class in elementary school and the world of technology opened up for me. After making my first project, I saw myself as a super heroine -- I had discovered my superpower -- and felt that I was beginning to acquire the tools and skills to broaden my horizons and change my life's path.
When people walk out in the field of horses with me, they are entering into a space where no ego exists. There is only the pure reflection from the horses who, because of their prey nature, are reading not what we show on the surface but the intention of energy we are holding underneath that. We are mirrored from a place of pure authenticity where our own blindness and unconscious habits are revealed in an instant due to the highly sensitive nature and intuition that the horse brings to the conversation.
Today's business landscape is constantly evolving. Despite this rapid evolution, however, it can still sometimes feel as though the changes we desire are not happening fast enough. These feelings are especially true when considering topics like career progression and, most recently, women's leadership.
Recently, I have been thinking a lot about the relationship between organizational strategy and city building (more on that
Some of the organizing tactics that Conservative supporters are using to target ethnic communities are particularly problematic. To many people's surprise, a candidate with the name Brad Trost has become hugely popular in the Chinese community, especially with the Chinese evangelicals.
Today, all the chatter in leadership development is about millennials and retiring boomers. Let's be honest: for most organizations, no millennial is going to be tapped for a top job, yet many of these organizations are spending money on understanding their millennials and helping boomers feel good as they retire.