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Survey says: 35 per cent of employees would give up a raise to see their leader fired

All too often, leaders reserve little time for self-reflection. Yet the value of self-knowledge in leadership should never be underestimated. Employee engagement can be at risk, according to Rasmus Hougaard, founder and managing partner of Potential Project, a provider of corporate mindfulness training solutions. 640 more words


Few more Catalist IPOs expected by year's end: SGX executive

(Source: www.sgsme.sg)

A FEW more new listings by year’s end should raise the number of Catalist-listed companies past 200 from the current 197, Singapore Exchange (SGX) head of equity capital market and capital market development Mohamed Nasser Ismail said on Friday. 81 more words

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Five things you should know before you start your work day

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Rogers expects Comcast platform to bolster flagging cable business, mortgage experts point to a loophole in the new OSFI rules, and for the first time since 1984, a new refinery is operating in Alberta. 697 more words


2 Problems with Executive Housing Rentals

Executive housing rentals are a different sort of beast than any other type of short-term rental. Instead of offering lodging for vacationers that will spend most of their time out of the house skiing or shopping or dining out, executives… Read more… The post 2 Problems with Executive Housing Rentals appeared first on Fireside Properties, Inc..

George E. "Gene" McDavid

Title: Publishing Executive

Company: Houston Chronicle

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

George E. “Gene” McDavid, Publishing Executive at the Houston Chronicle, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the Press.

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Five trends to worry about if your firm has ignored inclusive leadership

Last week, the Canadian Securities Administrators released the report on its three-year review of Comply or Explain. This new approach, which came into effect Dec. 31, 2014, requires non-venture issuers to disclose whether they have a diversity policy, along with the number and percentage of women serving on their boards and in executive officer roles. 863 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on Oct. 19

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Liberals soften a controversial tax on passive investment income, Google’s city building plans are inspired by smartphones and Scotia is said to be mulling the sale of the world’s oldest gold trader. 631 more words