One of the key lessons I learned early in business was the importance to be able to connect with a wide variety of people. See, I’m like you. I have a tendency to connect with those that I relate easily to.
That we are not all the same is actually great news. I realized that the broader and more diverse the network of people in my life, the greater my ability to connect, relate, and have impact as a leader.
FastCompany | Tom Brokaw, On How To Talk To Anyone
Forbes | The Ability To Relate – One of The Four Capabilities of a Leader
LinkedIn | What is Your Leadership Relationship Style?
TED | David Brooks: The Social Animal
It is with great pleasure that I am announcing that CareerJoy was named by the Canadian HR Reporter readers as best in the business as part of the 2016 Readers Choice awards! The winners were announced this week.
It is a huge honour for myself & my team to be recognized in this way. We appreciate entrusting us with assisting to make work better for Canadians.
“We all do better when we all do better.” – Paul Wellstone
Leading, along the road with you!
P.S. Our programs for Public Servants help strengthen your ability to serve other Canadians, achieve greater balance & wellness, and facilitate the advancement of your Public Sector career. For information, contact Mark Glendenning at 1-877-256-2569 x 600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
P.P.S. Don’t miss our FREE Luncheon & Information Session for Federal Government employees and learn more about how our programs can help launch you to higher heights in your career in the Public Service (and how you can get this covered by your Personal Learning Plan). Click here to RSVP for our session on Mon June 27 >