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Planning The Smallest Details Pays The Biggest Dividends

When you coach a hockey team made up of players with small physiques you can’t leave anything to chance. It is tough to play against bigger players who possess strength and a reach that take away [...]

Challenges of Managing Sponsorship Programs for a World Sporting Event

The 2017-18 edition of the prestigious Volvo Ocean Race was recently completed by world-class sailors from all over the world travelling a distance of 45,000 nautical miles. ATPI Sports Events – [...]

Critical Elements to Effective Social Selling on LinkedIn

Are you generating new leads and clients with social selling on LinkedIn each month? Are you able to clearly demonstrate a tangible ROI from your current social selling efforts? If you answered [...]

What Message Are You Giving Your Customers?

Recently I stopped into a well-known name brand clothing store to potentially buy some clothes. I went into this particular store because they had advertised that they were offering some great [...]

University of Ottawa Unveils Special Music Education Program

The University of Ottawa, in collaboration with Lotus Centre for Special Music Education, has established a new program in special music education that is being launched this autumn. This is the [...]

Why Calgary is Leading the Nation In Small Businesses Support

This month, the city of Calgary announced it would be letting small business owners establish their company entirely online – making it the first city in Canada to do so. On face value, this [...]

Smashing the Glass Ceiling of Performance

Companies are created and set up to grow. In some cases as fast as possible, while in other cases a plan is created for steady, sustainable growth. But every company and indeed all individuals [...]

Trudeau’s Belated Commitment To Election Reform

The recent introduction by the Trudeau government of Bill C 76 that is meant to overhaul Canada’s Election Act raises the question: is a belated commitment to improving electoral democracy better [...]

FOCUS: The Art of Knowing What You Think is Real

There is a stoppage in play. The players line up for a face-off. The referee steps in to drop the puck. I lean over the boards and yell at one of my players to shift positions. He moves over five [...]

Things to Know About Bilingual Indigenous Education

Research tells us that bilingual education is the best possible education, but Canadian census results, and parents’ experiences suggest that some Indigenous children educated in an Indigenous [...]

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