Monthly Archives: January 2011

What is Retirement anyway and what does it mean today?

My brother-in-law Gordon suggested this topic to me. I liked it because retirement today looks a lot different than 15 or 20 years ago. The resource industries were fairly healthy and those working in them thought they would retire between … Continue reading

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Team Building in Organizations

It doesn’t matter if you are a ‘for profit’, or ‘not for profit’, all have teams that need to accomplish goals. Some get stalled along the way and some seem to exceed in all they do. One of the reasons … Continue reading

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The Personal Side of Organizational Change

Does your organization have a history of change or reinventing itself?  It could be marketing strategies or it could be changes in funding that drive it but whatever the reason it will impact your employees.  Some will be excited by … Continue reading

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