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Five Ways To Increase Revenue

With any business, big or small, there comes a time when revenue growth needs to be considered. Since the pandemic hit, companies all over the

Five Ways To Increase Revenue

With any business, big or small, there comes a time when revenue growth needs to be considered. Since the pandemic hit, companies all over the world have pivoted and changed with the times, in order to survive. For many of

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What Is Corporate Social Responsibility?

Should corporations be socially responsible? The 2003 documentary The Corporation, co-written by Canadian law professor Joel Bakan, made a big impact by characterizing its titular

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Expanding into New Markets

Expansion is the goal of every successful business. At some point, your company will reach its potential within its present market and you will have

Navigating a Change in Leadership

Leadership is an organization’s driving force. It dictates culture and productivity, and everything should trickle from the top down. But what happens when an owner

Multicultural Leadership Starts From Within

In our globalized marketplace, and ever-increasing multicultural population, it’s imperative to be aware of how different people from different cultures interact, in order to avoid

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Navigating a Change in Leadership

Leadership is an organization’s driving force. It dictates culture and productivity, and everything should trickle from the top down. But what happens when an owner retires, or a new CEO is brought on board? These shifts can feel seismic to the employees who are often left worrying that a change in leadership will negatively impact their role. A new leader

Huda Idrees: Medical Tech Visionary

As a 12-year-old, Huda Idrees was already building websites for clients. Idrees, who learned computer-programming and web design in Saudi Arabia, is also an Industrial Engineering graduate from the University of Toronto. At just 26, Idrees possesses a stellar resume, having worked for numerous successful startups including Wattpad, Wave, and Wealthsimple, all calculated choices in moving her career forward. But

‘Job Ghosting’ on the Rise

  A common dating trend has made its way to the workplace. Known as “ghosting,” it involves ending a relationship without communication. There are no texts, emails, or phone calls; people simply disappear. For employers, this means staff members stop showing up for shifts without notice. For recruiters, new applicants go silent during the hiring process. Some will even schedule interviews

Celebrities Pivoting from Endorsements to Launching Own Brands

Social media has completely revolutionized what it means to be a celebrity today. With the simple click of a button, these stars have the power to influence millions through their incredibly loyal fanbases. Celebrities have the power to give a brand instant visibility and access to a larger audience. And thanks to platforms like YouTube, Vine, and Twitch, it’s not

Breaking the Perception: Why You Should Hire Millennials

  Older generations have always been critical of the younger ones. From Socrates referring to youths as “bad-mannered tyrants with a lack of respect for their elders” to current young people being blamed for killing countless industries – the toxicity is real. The current generation receiving the criticism flack is the “millennial,” currently between 21 and 37 years of age.

Mansplaining: What It Is, and How to Avoid It

  Most of us are aware of gender discrepancies in the workplace. Studies show that women are paid less than men for equal work, (women of colour make even less), men are valued for characteristics that women are punished for, such as ambition and toughness, and women are more frequently pressured to choose between family and work life while men

Kelly Holmes: A Champion’s Strength

  Retired British middle-distance runner and decorated Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes was a two-time gold medal winner (in the 800-metre and 1500-metre events) at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens. On the outside, she seemed to have it all, having just reached the pinnacle of achievement in her sport. Off the track, however, her personal life told a different

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Black History Month: Carrie Best

Photo courtesy of Berma Marshall. Rosa Parks wasn’t the first Black woman in American history to refuse leaving her seat for a white passenger. The

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