The leadership industry is an ever-growing, multi-billion dollar industry – there is no shortage of books, podcasts, workshops/programs or conferences dedicated to training and improving leadership skills and abilities.
Although we tend to think of this pandemic as an unprecedented time, the world has seen its fair share of hard times before. When we encounter these momentous challenges, an inflection point follows, and changes the world as we know it.
Let’s be clear – the development of leaders and change in organizations is not easy work. Development is often non-linear, doesn’t always produce clearly visible results, and often unfolds over a substantial period of time (as opposed to in single moments).
Chances are that at some point in your life, you’ve been exposed to a type of personality assessment. Whether your work team collectively took the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment in hopes of being able to better understand and interact with one another, or you came across a quiz online…
It’s the day after the Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, and it still feels like a dream for some Canadians. After a grueling 24 games in 61 days, the Raptors ended their historic playoff run with a 114-110 victory.
With so many ethical scandals breaking out in recent years (e.g., Deutsche Bank and money laundering, Volkswagen and the manipulation of diesel emissions testing, Wells Fargo and unethical sales tactics), it leads one to question: What is running through the minds of the people participating in the unethical acts?
A famous comedian is winning Ukraine’s presidential race. The kicker? He also plays the president on TV. In his comedy series, Servant of the People, Volodymyr Zelenskiy plays a school teacher who finds himself in the top spot of the Ukrainian government by pure happenstance.
It seems that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, is constantly under siege by international media, with his high-profile divorce, affair, and now his brazen duel with the media giant American Media Inc. (AMI) taking over newsfeeds.
New research suggests that female CEOs are almost twice as likely to be dismissed than their male counterparts. Part of this is due to what is popularly termed “the glass cliff”,
With emotions running high after 56% of Calgary residents voted “No” in Tuesday’s plebiscite to host the 2026 Winter Olympic Games, the recent mid-term elections in the US leading to an almost-even split in Congress,