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Feeling Drained? 5 Ways To Beat Decision Fatigue At Work

By | November 20th, 2019|Executive Coaching|

Did you know the average person makes 35,000 decisions a day? Researchers at Cornell University estimate that we make more than 200 decisions every day on food alone! From the moment we wake up, we are bombarded with choices, and with the world at our fingertips, our digital devices ensure that we're plugged in and ready to respond to [...]

Five Tips On Motivating Employees In The Workplace

By | October 23rd, 2019|Executive Coaching, Leadership Development|

As much as we like to think that employees are intrinsically motivated to bounce out of bed every morning, come to work, and give their best effort each day, this isn't always the case. Statistics show that "60% of [Canadian] employees are not engaged at work," which can negatively impact productivity, morale and, ultimately, your [...]

5 Dangerous Workplace Habits That Lower Productivity

By | September 18th, 2019|Executive Coaching|

Productivity is something that everyone strives to conquer. Whether it be in your personal life or at work, getting the maximum number of tasks checked off your to-do list in a day is the ultimate goal. However, when procrastination and a lack of motivation and focus set in, your to-do list seems to go right [...]

Lessons Learned

By | January 3rd, 2017|Career Transition, Executive Coaching, Marketing|

The recent death of Alan Thicke, the Canadian writer, actor, songwriter, and game, pageant and talk show host, has certainly saddened millions of people. He positively touched the lives of everyone he met and his upbeat and winning personality was to be admired. Alan’s death, while shocking and untimely, has caused me to reflect on [...]

When is a team not a team?

By | August 29th, 2016|Career Transition, Executive Coaching, Executive Search, HR Consulting, Management Consulting|

I met the executive vice-president of HR of a global firm the other day. He asked me to tell him about Cenera. I told him we were employee-owned, Calgary born and raised, we offer a range of HR services, and that we work as a team. “No you don’t. That’s impossible”, he said. “You’re a [...]

Executive Coaching for Impact

By | January 13th, 2015|Executive Coaching|

Blog from our global partner: Career Partners International – Tulsa / Russ Knight When a company invests in development of any kind, the goal is to help individual employees and the organization succeed. Individually, the focuses of goals are about results – behavioral changes to improve outcomes. For the organization investing in development, improved results are [...]

A Business Case for the Use of Assessment Tools in Talent Management

By | September 22nd, 2014|Executive Coaching|

Assessment Tools (aka psychometric assessments) are growing in popularity by businesses worldwide for talent management, as well as by individuals, for personal development and career planning. A scientifically proven instrument can be of significant value for matching the right person to the right job, as well as identifying areas of strength and for personal development [...]

Leading in Today’s Rapidly Changing Global Environment

By | September 3rd, 2014|Executive Coaching, Management Consulting|

Blog from our global partner: Maria Drew, Career Partners International - Florida/Caribbean. A once common belief was that the best leaders treated everyone equally and consistently. However, the newest thinking on the subject is that this does not drive organizational or even personal success. Instead the best approach is to be a flexible leader who [...]

Do You Treat Your Leaders and Employees as Well as You Treat Your Equipment?

By | June 16th, 2014|Executive Coaching|

Blog from our global partner: Career Partners International. A Best Case Scenario OK, let’s size this up. Your company has invested $500,000 in a new physical asset. The base price was $250,000, bells and whistles were $50,000 and the agent was another $60,000. In weeks you’ll need to move this high-dollar asset halfway across the [...]

Critical Conversations for New Leaders

By | June 9th, 2014|Executive Coaching|

Blog from our global partner: Brian Clapp, Career Partners International - Philadelphia. Leaders who are new to a leadership role, new to the company, or recently promoted to a role of greater scope or complexity face significant challenges. Research shows that roughly 50% of newly hired executives quit or are fired within their first three [...]