More rock star stories of women & HR, ten more top tips

Recently I facilitated a panel discussion of senior Human Resources women for BCHRMA in order to tease out and build upon their stories.  What a night!  The panelists hummed and the audience responded.  Here are the mistresses of HR stories: Janice Antaya-Finlayson (VP, HR for Best Buy Canada) Joan Burgess (Director of HR for the […]

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Shedding light on the stories of women & HR, ten top tips

Have you entered the cultural training & development contest yet and grabbed a chance of winning a free Life Lenses assessment?  No?  What are you waiting for – deadline is June 15th. ******************* Recently I facilitated a panel discussion of senior Human Resources women for BCHRMA in order to tease out and build upon their […]

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7 training and development governance tips – breath & don’t ignore the hippo in the room

Maryanne Lockwood and I at the BCHRMA conference oxygen bar Have you entered the cultural training & development contest yet and grabbed a chance of winning a free Life Lenses assessment?  No?  What are you waiting for – deadline is June 15th. ******************* Great training and development means being aware of governance factors. Gover who?  […]

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Shiny Object Syndrome – why it’s hard to tell the difference between styrafoam and gold

What does a teenage run away, Buddhist monk, Geisha girl and Bill Gates have in common? They’re all connected to Christine Comaford whom I heard speak recently at the BCHRMA annual conference.  Don’t know her?  Here’s some background: she ran away at 16 she’s a high school and college drop out she was a Buddhist […]

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