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The Importance of Setting a Collaborative Tone in the Workplace

{lang: ‘en-GB’}Years ago, we moved to Kingston, Ontario from Ottawa. I was on the job hunt, and Kingston, being one-tenth the size of Ottawa, did not yield a lot of opportunities for me in the field of organizational development. As

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Sometimes, you just gotta ask

{lang: ‘en-GB’} A friend of ours was recently driving in upper state New York, and following a car along the twisty turny back country roads. The car that he was following suddenly stopped in the middle of the road –

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Doing the best we can with what we have

{lang: ‘en-GB’}There is a quote that is attributed to Zig Ziglar, motivational speaker, that starts like this: “Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the

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Positive things at a big conference

{lang: ‘en-GB’}Thursday morning, I presented to a packed room (I’m guessing 200 people) at Canada’s largest HR conference – HRPA2013. It was held in Toronto and apparently attendance last year was something like 4500 (according to their website). I don’t

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Posted in continued learning, Positive Interventions, positive psychology, positive relationships

Internally consistent

{lang: ‘en-GB’}I recently gave a workshop and ended up talking with one participant for nearly an hour afterwards about a very specific situation that she is facing. She is in a difficult situation, trying to figure out how to talk

Posted in coaching, decision making, positive relationships
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