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By on January 5, 2018

DisruptHR 5.0: The talks, the tweets, and the transformations

This year marked my third time attending DisruptHR: I first covered the event in 2015, then came back as a speaker in 2016. This year I returned to reconnect with my now-favourite community of workplace disruptors, and I brought my CEO Amy along! Now, Amy is a busy lady, and she made a point of […]

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By on November 24, 2017

I4PL 2017: Through the Interns’ Eyes

I4PL 2017 (Institute for Performance and Learning) is a conference that brings together professionals in the performance and learning sector to share the newest and latest ideas and innovations in L&D today. During this time, the Learnography team had the chance to also partake in the festivities by exhibiting our booth on their trade show […]

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By on October 17, 2017

Learning Out Loud: Creating Impactful Learning Events

“If you try to sell, people won’t buy. If you try to educate, they might buy into something and get involved.” – Bill Banham In this episode of Learning Out Loud, we are talking all events: parties, lectures, conferences, and more! Creating events that make an impact is an integral part of any marketing or […]

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By on July 20, 2017

Workplace Wellness: Promoting balance from an employer’s perspective

As workplaces and office environments continue to evolve, tech startups and digital companies are leading the charge with fun, flexible offices with added perks such as ping pong tables, yoga studios, smoothie bars, and more. At Learnography, we are always taking steps to make our office more flexible and supportive of each individual’s wellness. I […]

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By on May 18, 2017

Meet #Team Learnography: Jay McDowall

In a close-knit community like Learnography, it’s impossible to miss a smiling new face in the office. I sat down with our new Learning Strategies Director, Jay McDowall, to learn about his journey to Learnography and what he’s been up to so far. What brings you to Learnography? “I was at a crossroads in my career, […]

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By , and on February 10, 2017

8 Things We Learned from Neil Pasricha at HRPA 2017

Last week, the Learnography team exhibited at the 2017 HRPA Conference and Trade Show. We had the lucky opportunity to catch Neil Pasricha‘s keynote address, “Happier People, Happier Organizations.” The author of the best-selling book, The Book of Awesome, spoke with great purpose as we relished in the personal experiences and wisdom he shared with us. […]

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By on November 4, 2016

Design Thinking in Digital Learning

The Who I recently joined Learnography as Design Manager. I have to say, I couldn’t be happier to be working with such an interesting and innovative team. My creative and digital media background has been a bit “outside the box” and very entrepreneurial in nature, which has given me a strong foundational background and dedicated […]

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By on September 29, 2016

Understanding Leadership: What Colin T. McLetchie helped me realize

“PUT AWAY YOUR CELL PHONES FOR THE NEXT 2 HOURS,” Colin T. McLetchie emphatically demanded at the beginning of his session at the Ultimate Software HR Workshop in Toronto. The twenty-year-old millennial in me thought, There’s no way I am going to be able to adhere to this man’s demands. But to my surprise, the […]

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By on July 28, 2016

Forward-Thinking Feedback

At the Imagine Your Workplace Conference, York University Associate Professor Marie-Hélène Budworth presented us with a whole new approach to providing employee feedback. In just 7 minutes, she completely rocked my world and challenged a lot of the principles I once held dear. As the supervisor to a rapidly rotating stream of university co-op students, I spend a […]

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By on June 16, 2016

Integrated healthcare plans: it’s about more than just dental

  At the Imagine Your Workplace Conference, Lori Casselman shared some important insights about the future of workplace health plans. The most exciting topic (to those of us who get excited about healthcare plans, that is) was the recognition of mental health support as a key component of an integrated health strategy. According to Casselman, […]

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