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Human Resources / Leadership /  • April 6, 2017
Water Cooler Wars
What — if any — policies should credit unions have in place to temper debates among staff as the political landscape becomes increasingly polarized?

Many Canadians happily bid adieu to 2016, given the deaths, disasters and divisiveness that characterized so much of public discourse through the year. And while one can’t clearly predict what 2017 will bring, the fact that Canadians will...

Leadership /  • March 9, 2017
Eye of the storm
Kathy Bardswick, recently retired as CEO of The Co-operators Group, championed sustainability and an authentic cooperative spirit during her leadership tenure.

As a captain of corporate sustainability, Kathy Bardswick is a tenacious champion of ethical business practices and responsible decision-making. A moral steward, if you will. So, it is somewhat ironic that the former president and CEO of The Co-opera...

Leadership /  • November 9, 2016
Global reach
Humble beginnings led Monique Leroux to become a financial powerhouse

When Monique Leroux, former Desjardins Group president and CEO, was growing up in Montreal, two transformational events happened that laid the foundation for a life of financial leadership and innovation. Her father, an accountant in a finan...

Human Resources / Leadership /  • September 1, 2015
Managing a micromanager
The delicate art of dealing with a superior who can’t cede control

Is your manager so invested in her job she insists on doing yours too?

Human Interest / Leadership /  • July 1, 2015
From mailroom to MBA in the making
The steady trajectory of scholarship winner Adam Fraser

Adam Fraser's flourishing career started in the mail room at Coastal Community Credit Union.

Human Resources / Leadership /  • May 1, 2015
From good to great
4 ways to build a cohesive team

Having a cohesive workplace team can reduce a lot of common day-to-day stress.