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By on August 31, 2017

Learning From Leaders in Unusual Places

At Learnography, we talk a lot about the many pathways to developing leadership, including learning from the leaders around us. Leaders in our own field and organizations are good sources of inspiration, but we sometimes forget about the other examples of leadership we encounter outside of our workplace that can inspire us in different ways. […]

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By on April 27, 2017

What Being a Learning Organization Means For Us

“Today’s problems come from yesterday’s solutions.” – Peter Senge At Learnography, our core competency is how people learn. That creates an inherent obligation for us to “walk our talk,” and part of that means being a learning organization. As a learning organization, we recognize we don’t know it all and that knowledge is ever-expanding. We […]

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By on January 6, 2017

Paying It Forward as a Woman in Leadership: Part Two

In my previous blog, I shared some of my experiences as a young professional and how women in my career have supported me in becoming the leader I am today. Now at the start of a new year, I’m thinking about what I can do proactively – and I hope you can do too – […]

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By on December 8, 2016

Paying It Forward as a Woman in Leadership

I have always felt reluctant to call myself a feminist. In my generation, the term was often painted as a “bad word” or derogatory label, something that didn’t apply to those of us who never had to fight for the rights we have. But after the shocking results of the recent American election, I found […]

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By on October 28, 2016

On Organizational Culture: Why I Moved My Office

Things have been growing fast around here. It seems like every day there are new faces and projects on the go. It’s really exciting to see our ideas and initiatives come to life, but this growth also requires a lot of effort to ensure we have the tools, space, and culture in which people can […]

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By on July 21, 2016

5 Insights from the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

This June, I had the privilege of attending the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKMF) as a participant and presenter. I was also delighted to have several members of the Learnography team participate, and what a fantastic opportunity it was. The CKMF is designed to bring together researchers, knowledge mobilization practitioners, and a variety of other […]

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By on July 8, 2016

Managing Millennials: The benefits of engaging the workplace’s youngest generation

In my organization, there are a wide range of generations. Some people are in the early stages of their careers while others are looking towards retirement. As a mid-career professional, it’s interesting to straddle the generational divide. Managing millennials is getting a lot of attention these days, and some of it is not positive.  It […]

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By on June 9, 2016

Fostering Innovation: How to inspire new ideas from your team

One of the things I’m constantly grappling with is how to foster innovation in my team. Innovation is the key to a vibrant, evolving workplace and inspiring your team to generate new and fresh ideas is vital to an environment where employees feel valued and continue to do their best work. I heard about the […]

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By on May 5, 2016

Learning in Development

American industrialist Henry Ford once said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” It’s a quote that matches my own philosophy of learning. I really do see myself as a lifelong learner and it’s why I’m so passionate about the work we do at Learnography. […]

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