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What Superbowl 50 Taught Us About Resilience

February 8, 2016 - Mark Black

Like 114 million other people, I watched Super Bowl 50 last night. As a Denver Broncos fan, it was a fun night. As a speaker on resilience, and a general fan of humanity, last night was even better because I got to watch one of football’s greatest quarterbacks play what wa…

Be Electrific Day- February 11

February 8, 2016 - Beverly Beuermann-King

Be Electrific Day - February 11. Often we find ourselves just going through the motions.

How to Spark Creativity For Business Growth

February 8, 2016 - Shawn Casemore

During a recent TEC talk in Saskatchewan, I shared with CEOs the idea that profitable growth relies on our ability to bring new value to the marketplace continuously. After all it’s new value that attracts former customers; its new value that ensures loyalty of our existin…

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February 8, 2016 - Marion Grobb Finkelstein

Everyone has communication challenges sometimes. The real secret is knowing how to manage them.   One of the most common frustrations I hear from my clients is that they feel out of the loop, uninformed and out of date with what's happening in their organizations. Thei…
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