For leaders of new ventures, adversity is just another lesson to absorb. “The second you start to frame things on the dark side, it inhibits future action”
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When first-time entrepreneurs can learn from adversity and act proactively, the odds of business survival soar
The episode features Mike Coyle, founding partner and vice-president of Reticle Ventures Canada, and Jim Leech, former president and CEO of the Ontari
This is the first episode in a series of conversations focusing on resilience of teams, organizations, and communities

In May 2017, the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) of Smith School of Business brought together a diverse group of social entrepreneurs, philanthropic leaders, economic development experts, researchers, and others

It starts with a strong foundation: here are five steps to help your team develop a resilient streak
Future managers and leaders need a reality check on how sleep will affect their working lives
When tragedy strikes a community, often what people need most is to find meaning in their everyday work

For time-pressured businesspeople and students, health-related goals often remain low on the list of priorities.

Achieving peak performance relies not only on being physically healthy but also on an individual’s mental wellness. By focusing on the mind-body link, extracting the positive and aiming ever higher, you can improve performance and productivity in both your work life and personal life.

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