• Maki Nakamura

    Why Directors Must Own Sustainability

    by , Issue: September/October 2021

    It’s time for corporate boards to expand their role because achieving sustainability involves shifting strategies and business models to capitalize on opportunities.
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    Rethinking EDI Training Amid Today’s Changing Social Consciousness

    by , Issue: March/April 2021

    Focusing EDI programs on visible behaviours can help make the difference between meeting expectations and falling short or making things worse.
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    Fighting Privilege Blindness

    by Issue: July / August 2021

    Effectively leading EDI typically requires some serious reflecting on why it has taken so long to make something that improves performance a real priority.
    Wes Hall

    BlackNorth Rising

    by Issue: July / August 2021

    Bay Street power broker Wes Hall talks about fighting systemic racism, offering practical advice on how corporate Canada can achieve generational change.
    Tom Merton

    Navigating Change

    by , Issue: November / December 2021

    Successfully leading change is always a challenge, but it is a lot easier if you first break the deadly cycle of mutual dismissal
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    Moving Beyond Window Dressing on EDI

    by , Issue: July / August 2021

    The jury is still out on whether the corporate world has what it takes to really embrace equity, diversity, and inclusion. Here is how to walk the talk.
    By Malte Mueller

    Hasta La Vista, Unvaccinated Employees?

    by , Issue: September/October 2021

    The popularity of mandatory vaccination policies may be on the rise, but implementation poses significant legal risks that need to be mitigated.