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Leading Remotely in a Crisis:
How to Set the Tone and Keep Your Team Intact

As workplaces close due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), many leaders are leading remotely for the first time. Challenging situations like this change work and team dynamics. In times like this, where crisis is at the forefront, businesses and their people are impacted in ways we may not have anticipated and prepared for. It is a…

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Diversity and Inclusion:
My journey to understanding my privilege

In an on-going effort to encourage conversation and inspire change, we’re honoured to share the second article from guest author, Synthia Kloot, Senior Vice President of Operations at Colliers International. She continues her journey with Diversity, Equity & Inclusion through the exploration of her own privilege. We hope the ideas shared move you to join…

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From Observing to Driving Change

At Cadence Leadership + Communication, we’re committed to helping people create real and impactful change in the workplace and beyond. We firmly believe that to inspire change, we need to share ideas and highlight the leaps others take to move the needle. When Synthia Kloot, Senior Vice President of Operations at Colliers International, shared her journey…

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The Youth Are Getting Restless:
Emma Smith of Zimt Chocolates

Creating your own ideal corporate atmosphere: Taking the leap through conviction and self-belief We continue with the second instalment of “The Youth are Getting Restless” blog series, focusing on how energetic young leaders are making a difference in the corporate world. Corporate leaders should take note of these successful young people who are ushering in a wave of corporate change with…

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The Youth are Getting Restless:
Kristin Ebeling of Skate Like a Girl

What We Can Learn from the Next Generation of Leaders: Skateboarding, Social Justice and What Organizations should look for in hiring new talent The corporate world is primed for a youthful and energized takeover by fresh talent who are looking to improve the world for their generation and beyond. Our series on “The Youth are…

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I Choose Risk:
Not Letting Fear Diminish Your Potential

I was the first one in the office that day. It was quiet. Usually these kinds of mornings were the most productive, but this particular morning I found myself locked in the restroom, unable to breathe, slammed by a tidal wave of dread. My throat was tight, my heart was racing, and my nerves were…

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Talk is Cheap

The challenge of positive feedback In my work, I’m often asked to help clients prepare to give challenging feedback. I’m always inspired by the effort they put into making sure their audience has the opportunity to grow. It’s clear they want them to get value out of the conversation, even if it’s going to be…

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Preference & Need

Being authentic in any situation The silence, which had laid siege to the room, was broken by the gasp that slipped out of my mouth. Our boss was sitting at the head of the table with his eyes wide in disbelief. At the other end, one of our team—the one who had just spoken—sat staring…

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