I recently had the chance to chat with Mason about my time at Conexus and my decision to pursue a new opportunity. You can check it out on any of the platforms here: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6IOBnE0RmW97yLDeUr8fnc Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/…/what-connects-us/id1512520996 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/whatconnectsus
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I got cornered at work the other day (socially distanced, of course) asking if I am still blogging. <Gulp> That’s not a good sign that I’ve been diligent about finding time to share the stuff on my mind lately?!? Thanks to both of my regular readers for the reminder to get back to writing (insert […]
Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Wellington Holbrook from Connect First Credit Union. I’ve known Wellington for many years and was really excited when he found a role in cooperative finance working in Calgary. Wellington and I chatted about how credit unions are different, our ability to innovate for the customer and how […]
I have watched and read all of the great posts outlining the progress that we have made and ought to make around gender equity. It is important to get to a time when there will be no difference, real or perceived, in the opportunities available to both women and men. In Canada, we are not […]
The world of people development has changed considerably since I first began my leadership journey, many years ago. What has not changed is the responsibility of leaders to participate directly in the development of other leaders. The primary job of leaders is to create more leaders. I appreciate that leaders have multiple responsibilities (strategy, innovation, […]
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Hilton to talk about transformation in the context of leadership and culture. It was a delight to get to know him and read some of his previous interviews with Microsoft, Starbucks, Southwest, Tangerine and Coca-Cola, to name a few. Here is our discussion: CULTURE […]
There are things in Saskatchewan that we all like to complain about – the weather, the referees at Rider games, people who say SK is flat with nothing to see and of course how the centre of the universe is assumed to be Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, etc. While living in a Province with 1.2 million […]
Eric speaks with host Dale Richardson about his life and career, including his family’s background and Saskatchewan roots; growing up in a military family and moving around Canada; how he got started in the financial and credit union world; his approach to leadership; the importance of failing forward and taking the time to THINK during […]
I have been watching the last few weeks / months with great interest. Election season is everywhere it seems. Where I live, we have just finished a provincial election, a municipal election is coming next week, there has been threats of a federal election and of course, there is the US election next week. I […]