This conference brings together leaders and practitioners for an interactive day of sharing experiences, creating meaningful connections, and learning to build and champion more-inclusive workplaces.
Conference—December 4, Toronto
Inspiring public sector organizations to think differently, act inclusively, and work effectively to lead change in an uncertain climate
Conference—February 3–4, Ottawa
Taking the Stage® is a program that enables women to view leadership through the lens of communication – supporting them to develop the skills needed to be seen as strong, confident leaders.
Safety culture is an important construct in industrial safety management and could be described as one of the most important developments in industrial safety in recent history.
CEOs see not having a framework to measure innovation as an important obstacle to future innovation. But how exactly do you measure innovation?
Report—Anne Greer, John Metselaar, and Rita Shor (17 pages)
The impact of cannabis on workplace productivity is unknown. Safety & organizational culture risks need to be managed, but the extent of employer liability risks has not yet been fully understood.
Webinar—Dr. Bill Howatt
Many organizations are changing their environments in an effort to spur more collaboration between employees, yet few of these organizations can be sure they are achieving this goal.
Report—Jane Cooper (30 pages)
At a time when Canadian employers are striving for a more comprehensive and integrated approach to workplace health and safety, it is essential to know how workers assess these key features of their workplace.
Ultimately, an organization’s success depends on the average employee’s beliefs and success in their assigned role. Why do organizations lose top talent or fail to have them perform to their full potential?
Op-ed—Dr. Bill Howatt
Employers and employees are transforming how work gets done in the digital era. A common goal of this transformation is an organizational culture change that strengthens collaboration and increases innovation.
The theory for employee engagement is the higher the engagement scores, the more likely employees are engaged. What may be missing is clarity and a fuller understanding of what engagement scores really mean.
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