Mentorship


#NotableYoungPros: Stephanie Aoun

#NotableYoungPros: Stephanie Aoun

Stephanie Aoun is not your typical corporate RBC employee. She likes to keep things interesting with her bubbly and humour-loving personality, but don’t let that you fool you into thinking that she won’t tell you what she’s thinking and be...
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Executive Reads: Helen Zukerman

Helen Zukerman is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, presenting its 21st Festival from April 11-21. She has seen the Festival evolve from its first year and 34 films at the Bloor Cinema with 7500 attendees, to this one which will have 108 films from 18 countries at five venues and thousands of people
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Classic Leadership Strategies That Still Work

It seems that today there are unlimited ways, means, tools, and tricks being peddled via workshops, webinars, coaches, and books, as the “it” way to become a successful leader. In order to weed through all the hype and unearth the very best methods, we’ve stepped back from the saturated market of silver-bullet leadership strategies and returned to simpler times. Some current pros may deem these techniques as cliché or old school, but we see them simply as classic
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The Importance of a Mentor

The advantages of being part of a mentorship are endless, both for the mentee and for the one who's giving advise. Just as it makes sense for individuals, companies also have a lot to gain from implementing mentorship programs. Here's why
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