The Calgary Stampede two-stepped into town again to try to whoop up an oil industry city that is crying into its beer.
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Did you get everything done yesterday that you wanted to? How about the day before that? Would you like more time in your day to do everything? Work, texting the...
Every day news stories, images and videos squawk like vultures over politics, catastrophes and hardship. Global leaders struggle with terrorism, poverty and hunger, infectious diseases, cyber-crime and the confusing global economy.
We need to look no further than our television showing the US presidential election process to see with the alarmingly different characters of leading candidates.
Our world has seen dramatic changes over historic time, mostly influenced or led by memorable men and women.
In a Financial Post article from just before the holidays, Tim McMillan, president and chief executive officer of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, says Canada’s oil and gas sector...
Will you be Reeling or Roaring out the Other Side? Are layoffs really the answer to this downturn.
Thank you to the organizing committee of the IPLS for inviting us to speak at your symposium this year.
In the early 2000s, Boeing, faced with a slump in business, offered early retirement to 9,000 senior employees.
While the dramatic drop in oil prices has rocked the oil and gas industry, the ripples are being felt far beyond Calgary’s office towers.
With shocking speed, we’ve fallen into a major downturn in the oil patch. Capital projects have been cancelled and jobs and budgets have been drastically cut.
It’s no secret that the face of the global workforce is changing and that the approaches taken by leaders and managers must evolve with it.
If the skilled labour shortage in the oil patch isn’t enough of a leadership challenge, we’ve now been blindsided by $40 oil that no one seemed to predict.
There are 8.1 million boomers in the Canadian workforce today. They started retiring about three years ago and are exiting the workforce in vast numbers.
The Canadian energy sector is facing the largest talent shortage in history, yet many organizations are either unaware of it, ill prepared, unsure how to tackle it or are too...