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 […]
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Last week, I hosted another one of our exceptional Conexus team members as “CEO for the day”. What does that program entail? In essence, we advertise to all of our employees the opportunity to be CEO for any given day and then we match the agenda from their visit to topics that match what they […]
Recently, I was asked to join the BC Young Leaders Group to participate in their annual conference this year. I am always honoured to be asked to hang out with the young, bright minds working in the credit union system. The energy in the room and the passion for the purpose of cooperatives is a […]
I just finished reading “The Infinite Game” from Simon Sinek. The book is based on earlier work from James Carse in 1986 about understanding the difference between a finite mindset and an infinite mindset. It was a provocative poke at the current state of business and capitalism and the need to ensure that both investors […]
I posted earlier on my site about competitive advantage today being defined by the agility of an organization and the continuous speed with which is brings new value to the market. If you accept some of those arguments, then perhaps you will also accept that the new speed, iteration and “intrapreneurial” culture also brings the […]
I have been involved in mentoring for almost 15 years. I was inspired early in my career by all of my mentors and the impact that they had on my growth. To this day, I rely on the things I learned from them and will forever grateful for their investment in me. One mentor in […]
Let’s face it, money is a very emotional thing. For most of us, our connection with money starts very early in our lives and further, it usually associated with things that drive emotion in our lives. Most basically, much of the fear that people have about money is tied to the emotion that can come […]
I grew up in the business world expecting that anything worth doing of any consequence could be easily studied, analyzed and the range of any expected outcomes was completely understood. The only way that there were outcomes or risks that were not understood was if you missed thinking about them as part of your work. […]
I have had this domain set aside for a long time and really wanted to get to the point where it was published, but something always got in the way. You know what it was? Me! 😩 Then, came a global pandemic and while there was much to be concerned with and many things lost […]