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With workplace mental health and wellness receiving increased attention, there has been interest in examining the effects of early treatment for patients with depression. There...
The Conference Board of Canada | September 2018 | by Greg Sutherland
Most of us have a set of expectations for how people should behave in the workplace, even when there is conflict or disagreement. When we encounter challenging behaviours at work...
The Conference Board of Canada | July 2018
Rising health care costs are driving governments, health care professionals, insurance companies, and other stakeholders to find new ways to maintain or increase quality of care...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2018 | by Darren Gresch
Humans are creative problem solvers by nature. Every day we solve new problems, meet new challenges and pursue new opportunities. To do that, we tap into our creativity—our own...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2018
This webinar will present work recently undertaken by The Conference Board of Canada's National Security team, which addresses the challenge of merging physical and cyber security...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2018
Imagine if Canada’s boardrooms looked like Canada? In 2010, the Canadian Board Diversity Council set a diversity target for Canadian Boards: 30% by 2018. Their established definition...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2018
Following a big year for tourism thanks to Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations, what do Canadian travellers have planned for the summer of 2018? Don’t miss the chance to hear...
The Conference Board of Canada | June 2018 | by The Canadian Tourism Research Institute
Today in Canada there are more people aged 65 and over than there are 14 years and younger. This statistic, combined with an aging workforce, low-recruitment rates, high incidence...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
The rapid expansion of international trade in recent decades has improved Canadian living standards and lifted a billion people out of poverty. But a backlash has arisen in advanced...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018 | by Kristelle Audet
What is meant by the leader as coach? What does character have to do with this? Why is this issue so critical in 2018? Join Kathleen Redmond for a 60-minute webinar that will explore...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
This 60 minute live webinar will discuss resource co-management regimes in the North, and their potential application and viability within other regions of the country.
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
The recession in Alberta is now officially in the rear-view mirror, even if not everyone in the province is feeling it yet. In 2018, the provincial economy is poised to fully recover...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018 | by Pedro Antunes, Marie-Christine Bernard
The 2018 federal budget, released on February 27, 2018, announced the government’s plan to introduce proactive pay equity legislation aimed at closing the gender wage gap in federally...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
The ways that people learn in Canadian organizations have been changing and evolving. While formal learning methods still constitute the majority of organizational learning delivery,...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018 | by Simon Cotsman, Colin Hall
What are the realities of data protection in Canada? What are the privacy and security implications for organizations who are collecting, processing, generating and storing data?...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
This Webinar will show listeners how to lead successfully in impromptu situations. The ability to speak eloquently off the cuff is often thought to be an innate gift. Either you...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
Fake news. Increasing concerns around the use of personal data. Growing populism. Upheavals in government. Employee activism. Widespread disruption of industries and companies...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
This webinar is for organizations that are going through change or transitions and organizations where employees are under stress due to factors such as work overload and anticipated...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
Join Colin Rizzo, Emergency Manager for the Houston Port of Authority, as he shares his first-hand experiences in dealing with the effects of a major hurricane.
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
Mexico heads to the polls July 1, 2018, when citizens will elect a new president for a six year term, 500 members of Congress and 128 members of the Senate. This timetable has...
The Conference Board of Canada | May 2018
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