At 30, Arlene Dickinson was divorced, had a high school diploma, no savings, and no idea how to feed four young children. She is now the CEO of Venture Communications, a co-star of the CBC TV hit Dragons’ Den, and one of the country’s most sought-after female entrepreneurs. Hear Arlene’s career story and advice from her book Persuasion. Plus, hear what it was like to be on Dragon’s Den from the founders of SMARTeacher and Urban Cultivator.
As of November 2013, only 16% of Canadian employees felt engaged in their jobs. To avoid a revolving door of employees due to dissatisfaction, we’ve put together some tips to connect with your staff and get them aligned with your organization’s mission.
From Insecurity and Doubt to Hope and Confidence: Evidence of Positive Outcomes Using a Holistic, Narrative Method – Keynote and Workshop by Mark Franklin
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Friday, February 11, 2011
Guests: Jean Erickson Walker and Bill Pitcher
Global Ambassadors scour the global marketplace for career trends and best practices, and enhance the work of the Institute of Career Certification International.
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Guests: Svetlana Berger and Minerva Cernia
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Friday, October 8, 2010
Guests: Jane Aubriet-Beausire and Per-Olof Eriksson
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