2020 has been a year none of us expected, but we feel very fortunate that we were able to share so many stories from amazing people. As we ring in the New Year, join us in taking a look back at all the stories we were able to hear from our guests this year.
We were fortunate to have two partnerships this year that helped us tell our stories.
Alexya shares with us how the pandemic has affected their efforts, how they've seen organizations and people shift and grow to focus on what matters most.
How do you build the skills to be a good host? Our guest, Laura Calder, has some ideas to share.
Dr Ivan Zak shares his story of innovating his own career through having a curiosity to solve problems, learning on the fly and pursuing an MBA.
John shares with Dave and Greg the experience of acquiring another travel company at the start of the pandemic. He details how he has kept his focus moving forward, and his no-quit attitude approach.
Matt George shares unexpectedly changing careers & facing a health challenge to growing a new business and personal life successes.
How should employers manage the commuting impact created by their workforce? Well, there’s an app for that, and it’s called Luum.
Vince Marsh has 15 years of experience helping leaders of senior teams become capable of handling any problem in a strategic way that keeps them from getting pulled too much into the weeds.
Have you hired a 6-figure salesperson who through no fault of their own, couldn’t bring you in the sales you expected? Well, maybe it’s time for you to listen to, read a book written by or engage the services of our guest, Dan Englander.
Do feel like you’re an outlaw, rebel or misfit in your structured corporate career? Does innovation excite you?
Shauna shares with us her experiences and the tipping point for her to make that post, change her career path and choose to help others find their best career fit with her consulting work and youtube channel, Career Interrupted.
Diversity in our communities continues to be a path to success whether it’s for economic, cultural or lifestyle purposes.
Dr Bill Howatt takes the guest seat in this week’s episode as Dave and Greg learn more about the release of his new book, Stop Hiding and Start Living: How to Say F-it to Fear and Develop Mental Fitness.
Sheldon Kennedy, former NHL player and long time advocate of Respect in the Workplace and Respect in Sport, shares his journey helping to educate people and build awareness.
Most important thing we can do when it comes to mental health is to talk to each other and listen to each other with no preconceptions or judgements.
It might be time to re-evaluate the benefits that having solid relationships at work gives you. And yeah, there’s now an app for that.
Shamini Dhana joins us to share the launch of the circular memory jacket that is changing how to look at fashion.
Stuart MacLean builds on Dr Bill Howatt’s article around authentic leadership by highlighting his philosophy he’s learned over his career path of always asking yourself who have you helped be successful today?
Sean Ryan Shares How His Consulting Business Is Shifting During COVID-19 And Some Key Lessons He’s Learned To Build The Next Normal
Dr Bill Morrison discusses critical steps and behaviours we need to monitor in our workplaces to keep us aware and moving forward with our workplace psychological safety.
Kelly VanBuskirk to have an honest discussion about some of the challenges facing both employees and employers during COVID-19.
David Savoie shares some of the practical steps he and his employees have been taking during this time of crisis.
Alexya tells us all about the efforts happening on the ground and how businesses and employees are taking on leadership roles with their donations.
Matt Symes Leads Us Through The Importance of Safety, Liquidity and Creativity for Surviving The COVID-19 Business Crisis
We’ve taken a step outside of it this week to take advantage of Dr Bill’s knowledge, be very vulnerable about what we are all experiencing and talk through how we can cope with our current work and overall life experiences during COVID-19.
An area that Canada is leading the way globally in its establishment of The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. Sapna Mahajan, a national leader on the topic, joins us to share her insight.
Employers and employees alike need to seriously acknowledge the mental injuries that happen from bullying in the workplace.
Get to know Dr. Bill’s background and his motivation for getting involved in our podcasting world and learn all about our incredible partners who are sponsoring this mini-series.
Entrepreneurship isn’t just about making money. It’s about creating a lifestyle that works for you, has the impact you want to have in life and building communities that you support and who support you.
Great marketing needs a mixture of chaos and planning, but how do you know where that line exists?
What kind of business model can you use that not only grows your business and ensures high-quality service to your clients but also sees every employee being well paid and successful?
Who do you want to work with? What is your version of success?
Wouldn’t it be great to be able to walk in somewhere and check out a tool like you do a library book?
Tech startups innovate many different aspects of life, but is there any aspect more important than the survival of our planet?