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By on March 8, 2018

A Greener Office: Not Just a Trend, a Necessity

When it comes to making key office space planning decisions, the need for a workplace to be healthy and ‘green’ is often an important factor. However, in truth, this is a relatively recent development, which has emerged in the past few decades. With that being said, it is important to understand that over that same […]

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By on March 6, 2018

Learning out Loud: Social Entrepreneurship (Pt. 2)

In the second episode of our two-part series about social entrepreneurship, Kate continues her conversation with Alex and Beth. They discuss financing entrepreneurship, international relationships, challenges and opportunities of being social entrepreneurs, and the ability to constantly learn as you go. They also expand on how international entrepreneurship has taken an important role in their […]

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By on March 1, 2018

Learning out Loud: Social Entrepreneurship (Pt. 1)

In today’s episode, the first part of a two-part series, Kate Salmon interviews Alex Gill, Social Entrepreneur and Director of the Social Ventures Zone at Ryerson University. They are also joined by Beth Eden, the current Digital Content Coordinator student at Learnography and Social Entrepreneur. Beth is is currently working with World Merit, a social […]

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By on February 15, 2018

3 values that will make your workplace more agile

When Nancy Fonseca started her session, “Innovation and Agility Drive Mission Critical Business Value” at HRPA’s Annual Conference this year, I didn’t know what to expect. Initially, I thought that “organizational agility” focused only on the ways that businesses reacted to change in order to continue attracting consumers. As a marketing student, that’s the only […]

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By on February 9, 2018

Bringing vulnerability into the workplace

At the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA)’s Annual Conference this year, we were lucky enough to see Brene Brown’s keynote address. The room buzzed with an enthusiastic energy before she even walked out on stage. Her talk, “The 4 Pillars of Courage” was down-to-earth, funny, and relatable as she taught us about what it takes […]

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By on February 6, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Charlene Bearhead (Pt. 2)

In the second episode of a two part series, Amy Coupal, CEO of Learnography continues her conversation with Charlene Bearhead. Charlene, Education Coordinator for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and accomplished educator and innovator continues the conversation about the role of education and Canadian curriculum to develop the reconciliation […]

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By and on February 5, 2018

Introducing Learnography’s Innovation Lab

2017 was a year to be proud of with great client collaborations and quite a few exciting awards under our belt. But we always strive to have our finger on the pulse and our vision set to the future in the learning space. With that in mind, 2018 started off with a bang for Learnography […]

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By on January 30, 2018

Learning Out Loud: An Interview with Charlene Bearhead

In the first of this two part series, our CEO, Amy Coupal, interviews Charlene Bearhead. Charlene, an accomplished educator and innovator, talks about Canada’s residential school system and its devastating impact on generations of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. She shares her abundance of knowledge, stressing the importance of education in the reconciliation process. […]

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By and on January 25, 2018

How diversity helps teams make better decisions

We recently attended a Creative Mornings session at Toronto’s Design Exchange, featuring Hadiya Roderique, a lawyer, journalist, and academic, whose talk focused on the theme of Context. In this session, Hadiya spoke about the importance of acknowledging one’s own biases, how to strip back unconscious bias to make more informed decisions, and how team diversity […]

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By on January 23, 2018

Learning Out Loud: Sam Tecle

Back in September 2017, the Ontario provincial government announced that they would begin collecting and analyzing demographic data on the race and ethnicity of students across its school boards. In this episode, Kaila Simoneau sits down with PhD candidate Sam Tecle to discuss the value of generating race-based data in education studies, and the importance […]

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