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By Deloitte University Press
A recent fall in US energy-related emission levels has been attributed to changing fuel consumption patterns, primarily toward natural gas. However, while natural gas is “cleaner” than other fossil fuels, it is far less clean than alternates such ...
By Boris Dzhingarov
A good development strategy for your long term, full time staff can be a hugely important thing. Not only does it help motivate staff to stay with the company, and serve as an attractive benefit for new staff when recruiting, it can also help you ...
By Boris Dzhingarov
If you plan to or are currently studying for a masters of social work online, you might be considering setting up your own Social Work practice once you graduate. This can be an exciting venture, but there’s a lot you need to know and many decisio...
By Andrew Armstrong
Hindsight is always 20/20 when it comes to identifying why a sales executive did not have success in their role. However, given the costs of making a bad hire, asking the right questions in the interview stage can draw out the kinds of insights ne...
By Stephan Aarstol
The work world has fundamentally changed, and the workday needs to evolve. Work is not the purpose of life. Living is. And it's time our workplaces reflect. The eight-hour workday is now outdated and irrelevant. Today's knowledge workers have the ...
By Seth Godin
It almost doesn't matter what the question is, really. Everyone is an independent actor, now more than ever, with access to information, to tools, to the leverage to make a difference.
By Rohit Talwar
Last week, we were honoured to be invited to and attend The AI Summit in San Francisco, the world's largest AI business event.
By Carole Spiers
In trying to identify the workplace pressures that cause stress, we often overlook the obvious one that is staring us in the face, all day and everyday - office layout and design.
By Robyn Pearce CSP
I met John very early in my career as a time management trainer and speaker. He had put himself through university by doing casual farm work. His story about how to teach someone a new task is still as vivid as the day he told it.