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The Hierarchy of Workplace Reinvention – Where are you operating?

We are living and working in a fast-paced, ever changing world today. The workplace of the past, where workers punched in at 9, worked until 5 and then went home to enjoy their family life, volunteer duties and leisure time, is barely in existence. Organizations are asking more out of employees and employees are expecting more from them. While we are …

Pam Ross featured by two other experts this week

This week, Pam has been honoured to be featured as an expert by Martin Buckland, executive career management expert, and PaySavvy Human Capital Management system’s Forward Thinking Leaders blog. Pam often credits Twitter, and the connections she has made through social media, with much of her success. Check out what Pam has to say about Twitter …

A Tale Of Two Company Cultures

Two stories of company turnover have hit my radar in the past month (I’m a little behind on actually posting!) and they highlight the importance of Culture and Reinventing Work. Tale #1: Trail King’s 99.6% Turnover The first tale of company culture is from Trail King. Trail King sells trailers. According to their website, they have “the …

Is Your Corporate Culture Creating Quitters?

When I left, it was becoming really corporate. I felt like my opinion and thoughts didn’t matter at all anymore. That’s what I overheard this afternoon while settling in at a “coffice” to get some work done in between meetings in Toronto. The conversation continued, as the two women discussed work. I deduced that one of them …

Attack Social Anxiety at Work, and Scary Office Networking

I love life, people, and new experiences. However, I also have my socially awkward moments, and feelings of inadequacy. I’m not unique, and I’m not alone. However, it is how we handle those negative feelings that set us apart from those who remain frozen in fear.  The majority of us have at least one type of social situation that causes us nervousness …

6 Ways I Learned to Like People that I Don’t Like, and Build Relationships

With all the people that we are connected to, it is inevitable that we will encounter a few that we are not fond of. The reasons may be blatant, but they also may be subconscious. However, if we can uncover and acknowledge some of these reasons, we have a greater chance of resolving the issue, which means improved relationships, culture, and productivity. …

Digital Fluency, Hashtags, and Reinventing Work – on Business Over Coffee

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Sherri Henley on her blogtalk radio show, Business over Coffee. I finally had the chance to listen to it myself and wanted to share with you ICYMI! We talk about: my use of social media to meet people and to build my business the need for Digital Fluency why hashtags are a must on Twitter how …