We’ve all been there – you know this question is coming and, while you do your best to answer, you end up freezing, rambling about every job you’ve ever had or spending far too much time talking about your cat. This article by Joel Schwartzberg
Who would not want to have more fun at work? We're a fun bunch at Harbour West, and we know that laughing together makes us a stronger team. The office pups are the perfect buddies for all kinds of mischief too!
Emotional Intelligence is huge and in the past, has been underrated as a component of what makes great leadership. It's just as much about how we manage and interpret our own emotions as how we interact with others. Our EQ is not clearly presented
Have you ever worked in a toxic work environment? Maybe you decided to get out of there as soon as you could find another position. Perhaps you felt dragged into the toxic behaviours surrounding you, as the negativity of your workplace permeated your work
If you manage a team it is worth taking 10 minutes to reflect on areas in where you are truly acing it as a manager, and where you can work to build increased trust within your team. Our favourite soundbite from the article:
A Canadian study analyzed responses from 3,715 employees across 12 organizations and found that employees driven by purpose are significantly more stressed and score lower for well-being, resilience, and self-efficacy than those who are not. While being driven by purpose can make your
While there is a lot of talk around how important inclusion is, there is often not enough practical advice on helping your workplace to become an inclusive organization. Cue this great little read on identifying inclusive leadership and then approaches to get started. An
Sarah Dench is a placed candidate turned client who is the AVP Academic and Student Affairs at Douglas College. Read on for details around her career move to Douglas College, the top leadership advice she’d been given and a great book recommendation. Each year, close
The overwhelming majority of business leaders today recognize that their company culture has become an essential ingredient in corporate success, but many leaders are not sure of how to go about ensuring that they are operating with the policies, programs and work environments that
What does an arts organization do when its co-founder and long-term Executive Director, someone who has led the organization for fifteen years, decides to move on to new opportunities?