By Krista Maydew, MA, GCDF, and Roberta Neault, PhD, CCC, RRP, GCDF When you hear someone talking about diversity in the workplace, people often assume the discussion is about cultural or ethnic diversity. Although programs to increase diversity in the workplace have been used by both public and private sector employers for many years; the…
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by Ken Keis, MBA True Assessments do not create results; they only document what is already true! Our entire lives operate around measurement. Without it we simply cannot function. Think about our modern world? Without measurement, our economies and lives would literally collapse. People’s lives around the world have been transformed using this strategy of…
National Quality Institute http://www.nqi.ca/ Tools and training to help organizations in Canada’s private and public sectors provide quality services and healthy workplaces.
by Imran M. Ismail How career practitioners — or any professional — can use social media to brand and market themselves
by Mike DeSousa In 2007, I coined the term career social media to describe my activities in teaching job-seekers how to secure employment through the strategic use of FREE Internet-based programs, e.g.Facebook and LinkedIn, among many others. Your agency management and employment/settlement counsellors will greatly benefit from learning how to best use career social media to help your clients.
by Lori Smith Everyone is talking about social media these days and telling you to get on board. What does this mean for your organization? Where do you start? Below are six essential things you should be doing online with a list of tools to get you started.
by Michael Yue In this article, I make the assumption that readers are working in an organizational context. But my points are also relevant to independent practitioners.
by Roberta Neault, PhD, and Deirdre Pickerell, MEd In an increasingly global workplace, more of our working relationships are entirely online.