Articles and podcasts to support you and your team in reaching their full potential.
When you’re in crisis, what information you have, when you should share it and how much of it you should share will often be a point of conflict. And the answer to all of it is: yes.
Allison Alley, the president and CEO of Compassion Canada, learned 12 important lessons in 2020. We talk to her about these lessons and their impact on her journey to keep learning and growing as a leader.
What do you do when your company, nonprofit or association is faced with a crisis? What do you tell your staff and customers? Where do you put your messages and how often do you share information?
Do you know how your online data is being used — or used against you? On this episode of the Leading With Nice Interview Series, we speak with Barbara Tallent and Jory Des Jardins from The @ Company about a novel approach to help companies and individuals build trust by maintaining Internet privacy.
When the Exxon Valdez crashed into the Prince William Sound, Alaska, March 24, 1989, it spilled tens of thousands of gallons of oil. Cleanup efforts began right away and it dominated headlines for days and in some areas, weeks.
Why are paradigm shifts so hard to make? How do you make a paradigm shift and when should you do it? Your company, nonprofit or association will one day be faced with making a paradigm shift and you start preparing today.
Burnout. It’s not just for people working a job that demands more mental energy than they can provide – it also happens to volunteers. Unfortunately, the signs of burnout for a volunteer aren’t discovered until it’s too late
Having been in the trenches — and highly intentional around discovering a way out — Ezra Byer wrote a book about what to do when depression and anxiety takes hold. He discusses some practical steps leaders can take when struggling with mental health.
We’re on the precipice of another lockdown in Ontario and other parts of the world. This will impact many people but parents with school aged children will especially face challenges in managing home and work. As a person who may be newer in your career, it presents an awesome opportunity to to ask “how can I help?”
January 5th is my dad’s birthday. Unfortunately he passed away a handful of years ago unexpectedly but he lift me with a trove of great lessons. I was reminded of a great lesson he taught me the other day when my oldest son told my wife and I that he wanted to purchase Microsoft Flight Simulator.