The Sources of Resilience

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When first-time entrepreneurs can learn from adversity and act proactively, the odds of business survival soar

The practice of mindfulness has a positive impact on transformational leadership – but it’s not a cure-all
When tragedy strikes a community, often what people need most is to find meaning in their everyday work
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Look for these roles and overlapping skill sets to start capitalizing on the analytics revolution

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Searching for a mental health connection for when leaders are missing in action

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How insights from behavioural economics can help solve thorny social issues
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How widely job satisfaction is shared across a business unit is a key factor in understanding employee productivity
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Why we need to talk about a rarely acknowledged form of workplace harassment
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When first-time entrepreneurs can learn from adversity and act proactively, the odds of business survival soar
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Hyper-connected metropolises have a lot to say about international commerce and the behaviour of multinational corporations
The fluid, responsive tactics that guide terrorist groups may have implications for organizations looking to become agile
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A new lab uses artificial intelligence to help individuals and businesses resolve their legal disputes
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Capital markets are penalizing firms that are slow to transition to a low-carbon economy. A credible way to measure carbon risk arrives just in time
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In the face of falling oil prices and rising interest rates, Canada’s economy remains buoyant. But the growth cycle is nearing an end
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If developers working in artificial intelligence refuse to give users the opportunity to identify, judge, and fix mistakes, then they must be accountable for when biases take over

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Kingston, Ontario
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