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Job Searching: Adapting to a New Job

The corporate climate is the environment created by the managerial style and business attitudes that permeates throughout an organization. It is linked directly to corporate culture, or how coworkers and managers interact, by creating a connected community inside an organization. The climate within a business can impact performance expectations in areas such as productivity, creativity [...]

 
 

Strategic Alignment: Leverage Your Passion

Entrepreneurs who exude their passion for their work create an excitement that is utterly contagious. When a leader shares his or her enthusiasm and energy, employees cannot help but feel that truly great things are possible. The key to keeping your business success alive is to reinvigorate your passion and drive with innovative and exciting [...]

 
 

Developing a Leadership Model: Plan for Everything Using the Contingency Theory

Throughout the workday, managers are faced with a variety of problems that require a multi-disciplinary approach. Angelo Kinicki and Robert Kreitner, experts on organizational behavior, use the phrase “contingency approach to management” to best describe the collective use of all available research that can be applied to effective management practices. According to Kinicki and Kreitner, [...]

 
 

Financial Trouble: Future Plans

Once you and your spouse have scrutinized carefully all available options, and have obtained the advice of trusted and highly-educated financial advisors, you must formulate plans to maintain personal wealth throughout the perils of an ailing economy.  Too often, families are caught in the whirling, unpredictable tide of financial outcomes and are overwhelmed.  Unable to [...]

 
 

Promises: Serve Others

Luke 11:9-10, “So I say to you, ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened to you. For every one that asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”
Faith manifests itself in the workplace in powerful [...]

 
 

Women in Aeronautics: Elsie MacGill

Elizabeth MacGill was born in Vancouver  on 27 March 1905, daughter of James Henry MacGill, a prominent Vancouver lawyer, and Helen Gregory MacGill,  British Columbia’s first woman judge.  Her mother was an advocate of women’s suffrage and influenced her decision to study engineering. MacGill graduated from the University of Toronto in 1927, was the first [...]