Yearly Archives: 2014

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Innovation Nation

December 24, 2014 http://www.careercycles.com/NEW/MP3/InoNat-2014.mp3 Click to listen or Download Innovation Nation version of Career Buzz hosted by Stephen Armstrong featuring Lee-Anne Macalear, expert on innovation at York University, and Lee Harris-Fowll on innovation in the Government of Canada.  

December 24th, 2014|0 Comments

Get an edge on your career with Career Edge. Plus, Karen Wright on leadership

  Naguib Gouda is President of Career Edge and a staunch advocate for paid internships. Naguib and Career Edge are dedicated to helping new graduates and internationally qualified professionals successfully launch and advance their career through paid internships. Sydney Helland is the Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Career Edge. Leveraging her education and transferable skills [...]

Craig Dowden on fixing disrespectful workplaces

The Career Buzz Podcast: Craig Dowden on fixing disrespectful workplaces What happens in a respectful workplace? "People feel understood, they are comfortable expressing who they are, and they respect each other's boundaries," Craig Dowden, PhD, told Career Buzz listeners on Nov. 26, 2014. Craig was the MC of this year's Your Workplace conference and as a [...]

December 1st, 2014|0 Comments

Your Workplace Conference Interviews 2014

  Learn the 3 causes of workplace stress and find out about 1 company's Unlimited Vacation Policy Dr David Posen was the opening keynote speaker at the 2014 Your Workplace conference. He spoke about the three causes of workplace stress and what you can do about it. I interviewed him and a dozen other speakers as your [...]

Meet Denis and Clinton

Meet Denis and Clinton from RoadToEmployment.ca Denis Luchyshyn and Clinton Nellist shared nuggets of career management wisdom on Career Buzz gleaned from over 150 interviews as they traveled from Victoria to Halifax. They interviewed CEOs, Career Professionals, Students and Recent Grads to generate "actionable advice." Hear the RoadToEmployment podcast of Career Buzz from Nov. 12, also [...]

November 28th, 2014|0 Comments

RoadToEmployment & Innovation Nation

Meet Denis and Clinton from RoadToEmployment.ca After Denis Luchyshyn and Clinton Nellist graduated university and hit a brick wall trying to find jobs, they hit the road. Along the way from Victoria to Halifax they interviewed hundreds of people, from CEOs to Career Professionals to other Students and Recent Grads. Their project and site, RoadToEmployment.ca [...]

At the Crossroads of Human Resources and Recruiting

  Tim Baker, CHRL, Independent HR Consultant at Tim Baker HR and Editor of Learning at The HR Gazette Shanna Landolt, President of The Landolt Group, Recruitment and Executive Search Firm, Editor of Recruitment Strategy at The HR Gazette, and Author of "Secrets of a HeadHunter" Bill Banham, Publisher of The HR Gazette http://www.careercycles.com/NEW/MP3/careerbuzz-2014-10-29.mp3 Click [...]

Career Challenge Quiz is here!

Canadian Council for Career Development (CCCD) is pleased to celebrate Canada Career Week November 3-7, 2014. CareerCycles is an active member of CCCD. We recently helped develop and launch the Canadian Career Development Challenge. The Canadian Career Development Challenge only takes 5-10 minutes to complete. It's an interactive tool that explores skill and will relating to your career management. Please encourage your [...]

October 27th, 2014|0 Comments

Transferable skills: Insights from Engineers Without Borders

When Mike Klassen graduated from engineering school, he wanted to make a difference so he volunteered with Engineers Without Borders, whose mission is to be an 'incubator of systemic innovation.' Mike told Career Buzz listeners (Oct. 8, 2014) how his volunteer gig led to paid jobs with EWB where he spent three years in Ghana, Uganda [...]

October 20th, 2014|0 Comments

Make a Difference in the World AND in your Career

  When Mike Klassen graduated from engineering school, he wanted to make a difference so he volunteered with Engineers Without Borders. That gig led to paid jobs with EWB where he spent three years first in Ghana, then Uganda and the UK, as a consultant, team leader and portfolio manager. He now works within Institute for [...]