The Roundtable Blog
Book: Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know By: Adam Grant Reviewed by: Colleen Jones The Premise: In Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know, organizational psychologist,
Coaching is an invaluable tool for developing your key talent and provoking behaviour change. But not everyone responds to coaching in the same way. And, pinpointing the right people to
Roundtable Member, Jaspreet Sandhu, Vice President of Development at The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall, shares strategies for staying close to the needs of your team during
Roundtable Member, Micheline Davies, Senior Vice President of Seasonal, Gardening and Party City at Canadian Tire, shares strategies for staying close to the needs of your team during the pandemic.
For the past two decades, I’ve helped groups of ambitious leaders come together, raise their game and take control of their careers. I wrote my latest book, The Grassroots Leadership Revolution,
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living: Time-Tested Methods for Conquering Worry By: Dale Carnegie Reviewed by: Shelby Brown The Premise: This book is a self-help classic and addresses something that we may feel
As they say: If wishes were fishes than the world would be an ocean. Personally I always thought that would mean the world would just be covered in dead fish,