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The CEO Challenge

Being the boss brings unique role, responsibilities

With the continuing flood of baby boomer retirements, many individuals find themselves being promoted to CEO. It doesn’t matter if the individual is a long-term employee or new to an organization, they’ll find being a CEO is a lot different than being a senior manager. 

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Expect and plan for change – You won’t be disappointed

Organizations are continually going through change. Change allows them to grow, meet new objectives and veer toward new directions. This of course is not new information. For the number of times a new Strategic Plan is worked upon or unveiled or a new fiscal year’s budget is rolled up, change is expected. Yet, there are always people who are caught off guard. 

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The benefits of offering benefits

Attracting, retaining quality employees just part of return on investment

Employers are once again concerned about a capability gap appearing in the marketplace, as it seems the gulf between candidate skills and the needs of employers is widening.

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Burning the Candle at Both Ends

I am sure by now you’ve heard that Black Friday, a US phenomenon that’s usually celebrated the Friday following Thanksgiving Day is being pushed forward by one week. This forward push is being initiated by Amazon.com which is aggressively offering huge discounts and sales on their online products in the hope they can cash in on the upcoming Christmas shopping season. The frenzy will certainly be quickly followed by the major brick and mortar retail stores who will have to scramble to catch up.

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Addressing the Skills Gap

Unearth the Hidden Talent From Within

I recently attended the Associates AGM where the keynote speaker at the dinner presentation, Perrin Beatty, President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, spoke on the topic of Canada’s Business Competitiveness. One of the key points that he referenced was the Skills Gap that many Canadian organizations face today. Organizations are desperate to meet the needs of today while also understanding what they will need for the future. He went further to say that it is imperative that they have this understanding, if they want Canada to be competitive globally.

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