A-Class Community Builder

An Interview with Cameron Dearlove by Hanan Awaad A famous face and name in the Region of Waterloo – Ontario

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Not for the Faint of Heart

By Trish Browning My story began when I met my husband a decade ago and made the decision to leave my

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Lead Yourself the Rest Will Follow!

By Annie Lim Leader.  The word is a daunting one to many, especially women.  Many times I have to acknowledge

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Celebrating the launch of Corporita Magazine

Among all the events organized across Canada to celebrate the International Women’s Day, one was very important to Corporita Magazine,

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Hon. Bardish Chagger on Success, Mentoring , Fulfillment & More

By  Hanan Awaad When I relocated to Canada and decided to make Kitchener my new home, I did not know

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Are You a Ruler or a Leader?

By Carly Kuntz Allowing your heart to find its way into your role as a leader Many of us in leadership

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Awaken the Great Public Speaker in You

8proven techniques to awaken the great public speaker in you and polish your skill to deliver a speech and improve conversations.

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Gender Diversity – It’s Time

By Cindy Tarasow “You’ve come a long way baby”, was the very popular tagline for a brand of cigarettes designed for

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Preparing Students and Jobseekers for Jobs

By Carol Simpson   I seem to have been asked a lot lately about how we can better prepare our students

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Office Politics On Hot Tin Roof

Many career women experience the same feeling as Maggie when it comes to office politics. One of the most devastating strategies to attack a colleague or a team is the ‘Put-Down Game’. Marie G. McIntyre explains in her book, Secrets to Winning at Office Politics: How to Achieve Your Goals and Increase Your Influence at Work, that this game requires player(s) and target(s). Players employ sarcasm, criticism and hurtful remarks to put down their victim or target. By doing this, they feel good about themselves.

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Leadership and Dealing with Personal Differences

By Ghada Melek For contemporary working women, it is important to reflect on the meaning of leadership, not from the

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Corporita Bonanza – Interview with Elizabeth Clarke

Interview with Elizabeth Clarke by Hanan Awaad There is no meeting, relevant committee, or a worthwhile cause in the Region

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Does Raising Our Minimum Wage Help Reduce Poverty Or Cause More Stress?

By Ann Pappert  So we start 2018 with an increase in the minimum wage in Ontario. Many believe that it

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