OUR VIEW

2019 election

Election 2019 – What’s in it for me?

October 7, 2019
I have a confession to make – I have an addiction. My name is Dave and I’m a political junkie. True story, I’ve been actively engaged in politic
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How Social Enterprise is Getting Gifted People into the Workforce is a Story Worth Telling

October 4, 2019
Here is a quote that puts the spotlight on the problem: “The sad statistic in Canada is that 80% of employable, trained people with autism who want

Attempting to Understand the Digital Age

September 24, 2019
I, like many of my contemporaries, throw out the term “Digital Age” liberally and with some sense that I know what it’s all about. Recently, som

When it Comes to the Workplace, What’s Changed for Our Children?

September 3, 2019
I appreciate the fact there are many early adopters and business leaders well versed in the emerging trends, but what is interesting is the many very

The Art and Science of Policy Development

August 6, 2019
When someone starts to talk about policy, do your eyes roll back into your head with a feeling of dread, or do your ears perk up with thoughts of enga

The Thankless but Critical Role that is the Not-for-Profit Board Chair

July 8, 2019
Cop or coach; manager or mentor; facilitator or fan, gatekeeper or go-getter, buffer or builder? Or all of the above? Today’s Board Chair is working

Leadership, Beyond Politics – Everyday Leadership

June 5, 2019
In April, my colleague Bob Hawksworth described what leadership practices we needed in our elected officials. Bob penned this article just prior to th

Branding – THE Key Visual Element

May 7, 2019
It’s a term that’s bandied about these days like promises at election time, with the requisite number of opinions on the topic. But what is brandi

What Leadership Practices Do We Need From Our Elected Officials?

April 9, 2019
There’s nothing like an election to focus thoughts and conversations on the respective attributes (or lack thereof) in those vying for our votes. Ca

Partnerships with a Purpose to Support Young Onset Dementia

March 7, 2019
Partnerships can be a rewarding proposition, especially when all the parties come into the relationship from a place of caring, giving and commitment.

The Importance of Leadership in Agriculture Today

February 9, 2019
By definition, leaders set direction and help themselves and others move forward. During periods of rapid change and transformation it becomes increas