Merge Gupta-Sunderji, CSP, Leadership & workplace communications expert, notes 6 rules for an open office environment in a recent Globe and Mail article

This column is part of Globe Careers’ Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management. Follow us at @Globe_Careers. Find all Leadership Lab stories at tgam.ca/leadershiplab. By MERGE GUPTA-SUNDERJI, Special to The Globe and Mail, Published Thursday, Nov. 03, 2016 There is a movement afoot in workplaces… Continue reading

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Suzanna Baum, Public Speaking & Presentation skills expert interviewed on Global TV Montreal on how to ease anxiety about public speaking

This piece originally aired August 21, 2014 on Global TV, Montreal. It features Suzanna Baum, Public speaking and presentation skills expert, helping dispel some myths, as well as giving those who don’t speak publicly often, tips on how to do so with confidence. You might not be too familiar with the term “glossophobia” but fear… Continue reading

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Beverly Beuermann-King, CSP, Resiliency specialist, notes how it’s hard to get away from work in this Global News piece

4 tips for vacation-deprived Canadians to maximize time off work This piece originally appeared on Global News October 19, 2016. Let’s face it, this is relevant advice anytime of the year! A new Expedia.ca survey shows more than half of Canadians think they’re lacking vacations. Expedia.ca’s annual vacation deprivation survey shared some insight in the… Continue reading

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Mary Charleson, CSP, Marketing & media expert interviewed by CBC TV about “marketing fails”

Published on Dec 31, 2014 This piece was originally published by CBC TV Dec 31, 2014. Mary Charleson adds a Vancouver spin to “Marketing Fails 2014” at the 2:39 minute mark. Interviewed by Renee Filippone, CBC Vancouver 5pm news anchor, on Dec 29, the spot features CBC National correspondent Dianne Buckner’s take on the Apple/U2… Continue reading

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Jason Finucan, Inspirational speaker on mental health, empowers others through experience with mental illness

This piece originally appeared in The Suburban, Quebec’s largest English weekly newspaper, on Dec 16, 2015. By Mike Cohen. Link here to read it on their site. Empowering others through experience with mental illness St. Lazare’s Jason Finucan first experienced the symptoms of clinical depression in 2003, at a time in his life when he… Continue reading

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Irene Bryant, provides an expert opinion on healing and finding hope in adversity, during a New York radio interview about stage IV throat cancer

Irene Bryant speaks and writes about healing, and finding hope in adversity from a Christian perspective. In these radio interviews with Empire Broadcasting in New York, she reflects about her healing from stage IV throat cancer, and quotes insights from her book, “Finding Hope in the Midst of Adversity.” Click here to listen in. Click… Continue reading

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Chris Carruthers, PhD, Sleep expert, interviewed in Calgary Herald on the importance of a good night’s rest

This article originally appeared in the Calgary Herald March 11, 2016. Link to it here. By Peter Glenn Spring ahead and wake up to better sleep after time change Spring ahead. It’s all good, right? It is, after all, a sure sign that winter is on its last legs. After setting the clocks forward one hour at 2… Continue reading

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Sami Jo Small, Three time Olympian Women’s hockey goalie, and motivational speaker, featured as a young girl in this piece: The history and heartbreak behind Jets-Oilers rivalry

Sami Jo Small grew up on the outdoor hockey rinks of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and her passion for the game was honed in the boys minor hockey system. As a three-time Olympian and five-time world champion goalie for the Canadian national women’s ice hockey team, she knows the game of high level competitive sport well, and… Continue reading

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Carolyn Schlur, Sleep educator, shows she knows a thing or two about dealing with shiftwork and insomnia

Sleep expert, Carolyn Schur was profiled in Well-Being Practitioner, sharing her knowledge in the field. You can link to the original article here. Since the dawn of time there have been shiftworkers. Someone needed to keep the cave fires burning and watch out for marauding tribes. Because of advances in technology, industrialization, and communication around… Continue reading

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Panel improvement evangelist, Kristin Arnold CSP, noted for her expertise

Meetings.net dubbed her a panel improvement evangelist on a crusade to make panel discussions lively and informative. We share with you here their Oct 2015 article, and her approach as an expert panel moderator. Kirstin has also been featured on ABC and NBC as well as numerous publications such as Forbes, Harvard Business Update, USA Today, and… Continue reading

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Inspiring Change for the Lives of the Maasai People – One Safari at a Time

Four years ago while travelling in Tanzania, we met an extraordinary Maasai man who was our professional safari guide. His name is Abby Olemisiko. Abby had a vision for the future of his tribe that inspired me to get involved. He explained the challenges that he faced to get his vision off the ground. I… Continue reading

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