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Flocking to the South this Winter? Canadian Snowbirds and the Dollar

With snow blanketing most parts of the country, many Canadians will be packing their bags heading to warmer locales in the U.S. Sunbelt. This annual winter getaway is not just a vacation; it is a [...]

Company Page vs. Personal Profile

By far, one of the most popular questions I get when I am speaking at conferences is, “How do I get more followers and business from my LinkedIn company page?” Many “social media experts” will [...]

What kind of Lawyer Do you Need When Selling your Company?

When you start considering a transaction for your business, it is critical to engage a seasoned M&A lawyer. While you may have a lawyer for other affairs, the process of purchasing or selling [...]

Five Steps to Build a Brand in 2015

For the past 70 years, business branding has been largely guided by principles developed in the 1950s and 1960s, when there were only three television networks, messaging through advertising was [...]

Why Should A Corporation Own Life Insurance?

If you own a business, there are several reasons you would need life insurance in the context of your business. The most common reasons are the following: Funding a buy-sell agreement – life [...]

Cloud Computing Still Has Many C-Suite Executives Lost in a Fog

The advancement of cloud computing over the past several years has expanded at such a rapid pace it would be hard to believe that even those companies who spearhead its initial foundation could [...]

Is Your Career Stuck in Gridlock? Change your GPS

The end of each year brings the promise of the next. However, like many others, you may struggle with a stalled career or lack of personal and professional growth. The prospect of initiating [...]

Coaching’s All the Rage But Is It Really Worth It?

Before I got into Executive coaching about six years ago, I was a seasoned Vice President of Sales with lots of international experience. I thought it would be a bit unique to do coaching since [...]

Trudeau Endorses P3 Model

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has made it abundantly clear that he is a big proponent of the public-private partnership model during his keynote address at the annual Canadian Council for [...]

Global Economy: Hovering Between Growth and Stagnation

Six years after the onset of the financial crisis, words like “mediocre”, “brittle”, “disappointing”, “sub-par” and “uneven” are used to describe the global economic recovery. British Prime [...]

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