Leadership Matters

By Phil Wilson, CHRP, SHRP

Like many of you, I spent much of July engrossed in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. It was a fantastic few weeks of brilliant soccer and it was a pleasure to see the world’s best compete using styles of play and strategies unique to each nation.

By Carlos Davidovich, M.D., MBA and Suzanne Hood,

In our current age of rapid change, strong leadership skills have never been more valuable. Many words come to mind when thinking of an ideal leader: rational, logical, decisive, single-minded. But how true is this ideal image?

By Phil Wilson, CHRP, SHRP

There’s a paradox in the Ontario economy: youth unemployment is sitting at 17 per cent, yet the province is facing a skilled trades shortage that’s costing Ontario $24 billion annually.

By Brian Wasyliw and Matthew Badrov

Organizational culture change comes from the top down.

HR professionals deal with a myriad of workplace issues on a regular basis, including chronic absenteeism, poor performance, persistent employee complaints, allegations of harassment or a “poisoned work environment.” 

By Carmen Klein and Glain Roberts-McCabe

We know those who feel connected to others within their workplace are more engaged and are more likely to stay with a company. Connecting with others is also one of the best ways to learn and grow… through watching, listening, sharing, asking and debating.

By Phil Wilson

On June 7, scores of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) candidate hopefuls will be sitting down to write the National Knowledge Exam – a crucial first step in earning the CHRP designation.