How to Solve the Right Problem During Workplace Challenges

October 14, 2022

The issue of employees feeling burnout, loss of engagement and retention is not something that was catalyzed in the last two years. In fact, these topics have come up frequently in the last two decades…

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Who Moved My Future: Redesigning a New Workplace with Creativity

September 26, 2022

There’s a big disconnect between employees and employers. While some leaders are laser focused on returning to the old ways of work, employees are pushing back. Dave Stevens suggests leaders should be listening, asking…

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The Employer-Employee Contract of Old is Broken—But Not the Relationship

September 13, 2022

The employee-employer contract of old may be broken, but the relationship isn’t. Barry Pokroy explores ways organizations and leaders can deal with discomforts of change in the workplace and start building the authentic…

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Using Dispute Finance to Unlock Value in a Company

April 13, 2020

In these very challenging times, businesses can leave no stone unturned in its efforts to maximize available cash flow and maintain laser focus on its core business to ensure survival. Much has been written on…

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The Future of Work: Succeeding in an Evolving Workplace

June 20, 2019

The future of work is looming—is your career future proof? It’s a question many seasoned executives should be asking themselves, as we navigate the uncertainties that new technologies bring to the workplace. In…

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Mitigating Social Unrest During Restructuring or Turnaround

November 16, 2018

It can be tempting, and convenient, for mining companies to abandon their corporate social responsibility initiatives when experiencing financial distress. However, Allan Nackan cautions that this could spiral into costly shutdowns, production losses, and even…

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