Category Archives: Diversity

Who’s on Your Team?

In board rooms, members of the board are generally chosen based on a set of criteria.  They may see the need to have someone with a financial background, someone with legal expertise, and others who are well connected in the … Continue reading

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The Truth According to ……..

We are constantly being bombarded by social media, newspapers, television, radio, websites, blogs, etc., that all have compelling stories and posts that evoke our emotions. (Fear, love, displeasure, etc., etc.)  What is sad is many people take these at face … Continue reading

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Whadaya Mean I’m too Old!

There is a perception, mostly with the millennials, that after a certain age you are not functioning at a level that is suitable for business.  It is felt that you will be absent more and in general be a drain … Continue reading

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Easter and Faith

Easter Sunday!  It is a time of celebration for the Christian world, the resurrection of Christ.  In Canada 67% of the population is Christian with Catholic being the predominant faith.  Nearly 24% of the population is what they determine to … Continue reading

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Polarity

No, not referring to the batteries in your flashlight or the Inuit’s view that the earth’s poles are shifting, I’m referring to my observations of our decision-making process. While it has always been present, it has become more evident over … Continue reading

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Differences

I was at a meeting recently, more to gather information on a subject than to participate. What became very clear was that the presenter was there to gather thoughts on the topic to take back to his committee to build … Continue reading

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The Political Scene

We are on the outside but witnessing what I believe to be one of the most valuable lessons in politics.  For many years, perhaps decades, maybe longer, the politics of North America has focused on, for the most part, those … Continue reading

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