Whether we’re commuting to work, walking the dog, or heading on a road trip, podcasts have a special place in our hearts here at Harbour West. We talk about about them often. Likely too often. Here’s what’s trending around our offices this fall (links below
How is your organization navigating the current state of compensation? It’s no secret that it’s an increasingly competitive world when it comes to attracting and retaining good talent. Read on for our overviews on emerging challenges in the world of total compensation and our recommendations
And who wouldn't want to be able to motivate their employees at any level? Our favourite pick was instead of rewarding with cash, offer high-performing employees alternative incentive options like the chance to pick their work hours, catered lunch, charity donations in their name to
As ski season approaches, take a moment to get to know Anders Hestdalen – CEO for the BC Alpine Ski Association. Anders talks about moving from Norway and diving into this role, the big shoes his predecessor left to fill and gives us his top
To help teach radical candor — this all-important but often neglected skill — to her own teams, Scott boiled it down to a simple framework: Picture a basic graph divided into four quadrants. If the vertical axis is caring personally and the horizontal axis
Having worked on several Librarian searches we can vouch that they are a well-humoured group of folks.
Do you think of yourself as being creative? If you said no then you should read this article. Take on a different view point on who 'creative' belongs to and free yourself from the self-enforced law that says - "Me? Oh no, I'm not
Would you like to avoid getting into needless activity, with low value-add? Of course you would! Take stock of this short opinion piece below. What do you think?
There are many ways to approach the poor performance of an employee. If you're undertaking a one-on-one meeting with them, take a few moment to read the following. Each point is actionable and practical in ensuring a successful outcome for you - and your
Making networking events more inclusive in a meaningful way requires work and considered thought as to make events welcoming, balanced and available to all employees. Challenge your assumptions, have a diverse planning committee and ASK for real feedback from those who do (and do not!)