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Learning Curves
Learning Curves

As a Career/Life Skills and Executive Coach, I often meet clients in career transition who haven’t had to look for a job for the past 15 to 25 years. They are called ‘long tenured workers’ who all of a sudden face the crude reality of a lay off (with or without severance pay) and with it a fast awakening to the fact that their skills have been either outdated, or not on par to compete with on today’s labour market. Let’s face it, no one has to hire anyone…we compete for opportunities, as the labour market of the 21st century.

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Office Survivability

By LISA TRUDEL - January 9 2020

What is office survivability? It is understanding that career success is not only about accomplishing your job tasks and your performance goals, it is also about relating appropriately with a group of people

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The Rules of Work Are Changing

By LISA TRUDEL - December 16 2019

Whether you are looking for work, trying to manage too much work, or looking forward to working less, the rules of work and the skills required in the workplace are changing.

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Night Ride Home Part 2

By CARTER HAMMETT - April 17 2019

According MHCC, the average age of a Canadian trucker is 47 years old. By the age of 40, more than half the population have,

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Night Ride Home

By CARTER HAMMETT - January 17 2019

Little by little the walls of stigma surrounding mental health are starting to crumble.

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