Posts filed under: Personal development

Personal development

This category features our blog posts focusing on personal development.

Career Health impacts Mental Health

We have seen through living through the pandemic that more and more individuals and organizations are acknowledging the importance of mental health and the need to invest in it. The World Health Organization defines mental health as “… a state... Read More

When you haven’t job hunted for years

When you haven’t job hunted for years, you may feel your confidence wavering, but you know you have to do something. You are not alone. HR service provider Morneau Shepell reports that 24% of Canadians surveyed said the Covid-19 pandemic... Read More

Helping Gen Z Thrive

Every day we research ways to help people achieve success in their lives. Sometimes what we find makes us pause. Generation Z (ages 13-23) faces unprecedented uncertainty, elevated stress, and some are reporting symptoms of depression. This is one of... Read More

Have you thought about who you want to be?

Each of us has a past, a present and a future self. Our featured article suggests that we become our desired future self by first imagining it and then changing our narrative to fit this future self’s image. The reality... Read More

Stop Trying to Make Your Employees Happy. Start Thinking About Their Fulfillment Instead.

We hope you are well and are ready for the weekend! Our featured article suggests that employees need opportunities to feel fulfilled, rather than feeling happy. We found this idea intriguing. Happiness is described by psychologists as temporary state, whereas... Read More

How to Reposition for Recovery

Covid-19 has jolted our world and put our abilities to the test. It has also given us time for self-awareness and reflection. We are delighted to partner with the BC chapter of the American Marketing Association and thought you, a... Read More

Job crafting! Redesigning a job you hate into one you like

Know someone who is unhappy at work but is wary of quitting or changing jobs? We found something that may help. The concept is to modify or ‘craft’ your job into one that brings out your best so that you... Read More

Why You Should Have (at Least) Two Careers- Explore with us on a Coaching Call

Do you get to use your Strengths and do what you do best every day? If not, you are not alone. Only four in 10 employees strongly agree that they get to do what they do best every day at... Read More

What will College Be Like in the Fall?

For many of us parents, students and educators this is a key question on our minds. For post-secondary students living in residence, get-togethers with friends and late nights at the library are as important as the studies. However, if students... Read More

Preparing for the 4th Industrial Revolution

One of the highlights this past week was kicking-off a new mentor-mentee program for post-secondary students and their industry mentors. The room was full of enthusiasm and attendees learned about their strengths and how to bring forth the ‘best of... Read More