The great misconception of learning styles
It is a difficult, if not impossible task to apply learning styles to training programs, according to one leading academic.
Understanding personality and its role in performance
When it comes to performance – a topic that is constantly on the agenda of most modern businesses – there are a number of different approaches, explains behavioural strategist Warren Kennaugh
Why ‘light and fast’ is the best option for leaders
We must all learn to get comfortable with uncertainty, and to embrace the doubt and paradox that accompany it.
The one ingredient in e-learning that people often forget
This organisation is going beyond the standard e-learning roll out. This includes ensuring employees can access support easily.
The importance of staying the course
Tough times gave Manulife Securities’ Andrew Oproiu the conviction he needed to succeed as a financial advisor
How to conquer the 'networking nightmare'
Learning to network is a skill many leaders seek to improve. Here are six steps to master it.
An Immersion in ETFs
After lagging behind the US for years, Canada is now embracing ETFs – and Pat Dunwoody, president of the Canadian ETF Association, says there are a number of factors contributing to that love
How to catch a ‘boomerang worker’
Filling a role with a former employee has many benefits, but how do you get back your stand-out workers?
The power of giving
The act of giving is now expected of most businesses, explains John Sikkema, and you won’t just be helping people in need – your staff will feel great about it too
The ethics of investment
Since the Paris Agreement last December, Canada’s investment community is increasingly turning toward environmental, social and governance practices to build portfolios