Features » March 14

Borrowing capital : The Biggest Issue is the Lien

When small-business owners consider a loan, their primary concerns are generally what you would expect: What is the interest rate? How big is the loan? What will the monthly payments be? But [...]

Building Effective Collaboration: Why Playing Nice is Ruining Your Business

Collaboration is the buzzword of today. Right along with creativity and innovation, everybody’s talking and writing about it, but what does it really mean for business? While it may be a [...]

Canada’s Labour Market Sputtered in 2013

Did you know? Employment growth for 2013 as a whole was a mere 0.6 per cent, the slowest pace recorded since 2009. Employment gains were concentrated among men and women aged 55 and over. 95 per [...]

Ford Canada’s President & CEO Believes Her Company Has the Edge on Competitors

It’s but a 90-minute drive along the Queen Elizabeth Highway from the western New York border along the Niagara River to Oakville, Ont. but Ford Motor Company of Canada President & CEO [...]

19 Steps to Social Selling On LinkedIn

When you think of social selling, I wouldn’t be surprised if every spammy message that ever made you hit the “Report Spam” button came to mind. The truth is, when done right, [...]

FABTECH Canada: A Manufacturing Industry Essential

FABTECH Canada, a Canadian manufacturing conference and exhibition, aims at enhancing the knowledge base and skill sets of those in the fabricating, welding, metal forming, and finishing fields. [...]

The Book Of Excuses: Throw it Away!

As a business, results-focused, coach for Owners and Executives, I come across what I lovingly call “The Book of Excuses” on a daily basis. I have to tell you it’s a long book, [...]