C-suite talks HR: Lee Seymour, CEO, Xref
Successful start-up founder on why HR and leaders should be prepared to take risks
Zabeen Hirji: A stellar career in HR
RBC’s distinguished HR champion reflects on her achievements, her passion for diversity, and her retirement plans
How HR can empower staff to speak up
Harvey Weinstein was able to continue his abuse because women kept their silence – HR must ensure the same doesn’t happen in their workplace
Canadian minister’s conflict-of-interest woes deepen
Former manager of HR giant says he will put assets in blind trust if needed
C-suite talks HR: Dino Trevisani, president, IBM Canada
Tech giant's chief on fast leadership, overcoming speed bumps, and how to get the best out of staff
C-suite talks HR: Bill Greenhalgh, CEO, HRPA
Industry body’s departing leader gives an exit interview on learning from mistakes and what he wishes HR professionals knew
C-suite talks HR: Michael Burns, CEO, Invictus Games
In the first part of a new series, the philanthropic business exec shares why great leaders give back
Should firms build or buy top-level talent?
A global consultancy expert explains the best way to tackle the leadership shortage
Should every employee get leadership lessons?
Frontline staff are the public face of your company, and giving them crucial skills training can make your business stronger
Is this the best way to build leaders?
Giving your employees this opportunity will also make them more loyal to your company