Few love networking, but as an introvert, I hate it. I find the fast-paced, often surface level interactions at networking events drain me in about 0. 2 seconds flat. After these events I always joke that I have a “people hangover. ”. . .
According to the Harvard Business Review, the theory of business disruption is a “powerful way of thinking about innovation-driven growth. Many leaders of small, entrepreneurial companies praise it as their guiding star; so do many executives at large, well-established organizations. ”. . .
Cadeyrn Craig Cadeyrn Craig | No More Secrets: Making Motion Canada a Household Name Motion Canada is thriving: we have the best employees in the industry, the best suppliers in the world and the best customers in the country. But. . .
Candice Hollingsworth At Motion Canada, we know that employee development is intrinsically linked to company success. That’s why we make sure learning is something that happens every day, in many different ways. Up all rungs of the corporate ladder –. . .
Shannon Wand “Motion Canada is the best kept secret!” That’s what we kept hearing from people. But we don’t want to be a secret. We want everyone to know who we are and what we have to offer – think. . .
Terry Duncan, VP HR, Motion Canada Canada is experiencing a war for talent, meaning there is an increasingly competitive landscape for recruiting and retaining talented employees. And according to many reports, studies and research – it’s not slowing down. We’re heading for. . .