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Rethinking EDI Training Amid Today’s Changing Social Consciousness

by , Issue: March/April 2021

Focusing EDI programs on visible behaviours can help make the difference between meeting expectations and falling short or making things worse.
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BlackNorth Rising

by Issue: July / August 2021

Bay Street power broker Wes Hall talks about fighting systemic racism, offering practical advice on how corporate Canada can achieve generational change.
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Report from the Front Lines of Workplace Disruption

by Issue: January / February 2021

Working in HR today is like climbing a steep mountain, on your own, in the dark, without a rope, during a perfect storm.
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Shattering Glass

by Issue: May/June 2021

As co-founder of a thriving AI venture, Ravina Mutha offers aspiring womenpreneurs advice for navigating male-dominated industries
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Fighting Privilege Blindness

by Issue: July / August 2021

Effectively leading EDI typically requires some serious reflecting on why it has taken so long to make something that improves performance a real priority.
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No Culture, No Identity

by Issue: May/June 2021

If maintaining a strong corporate culture hasn’t been a priority during the pandemic, then you don’t understand its importance.
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Surviving Big Data’s Zombie Apocalypse

by Issue: May/June 2021

With the rising popularity of anti-social “oppositional marketing,” big-data platforms are on a collision course with privacy regulators.
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Enough. It’s Time to Hire (and Develop) Better Judgment

by , Issue: March/April 2021

With scandals emerging everywhere, from McKinsey to Rideau Hall, it’s not hard to wonder if decent leadership even exists, but it doesn’t have to be this way.