Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Art of Being Direct

Learning how to share observations in a way that improves performance comes from understanding the difference between feedback and criticism. Feedback is forward looking – it helps us do better next time. Criticism… well, not so much.

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Posted in Communications, Leadership, Management, Personal Brand, World of Work

Who’s Listening to Your Customers?

Call them customers, clients, patients, whatever. They are talking. Are you listening?

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Posted in Uncategorized

Latest News From the World of Work

Is your talent strategy up to date? The Manpower Research Center contains fresh thinking from the best minds in the business.

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Posted in High Octane Performance

Twitter for research

Twitter posters are generous people. Shocked? Perhaps you thought the twitterverse was filled with self-important messages about what to eat for lunch or how expensive the wine was at dinner last night. There is some of that – but there is an unbelievable number of Twitterers who share knowledge and attempt to bring value with each tweet.

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Posted in Social Media

Considering a Career in the Staffing Industry?

This is a $7 billion industry in Canada. It’s fast paced, challenging, and I’ve been loving it for years. Could this be your next career move? Here are some things to consider…

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Posted in Career, Staffing Industry, Vancouver, World of Work
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