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Teaching strategies that encourage participation

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Keep students engaged and participating with teaching strategies that stimulate active learning. Learn techniques through this enewsletter.

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Networking – Canada

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This article offers networking tips for nonprofits and discusses ways to build both online and offline networks.

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Introverts in the workplace – Canada

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This article discusses the benefits of having an introvert on your team and offers tips on team building.

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Cultivating the next generation for top government jobs

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The public sector is home to some of the oldest employees in the labor force creating a certain culture.

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Making Community connections

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You’ve likely heard of six degrees of separation (further propagated by the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” game).

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Performance Appraisals [VIDEO]

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Survey data shows traditional performance reviews are viewed by employees as arbitrary and unhelpful to performance and personal development.

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Performance Appraisal [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Many successful companies are reassessing the performance appraisal and opting for more effective methods to improve their business planning.

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Performance Appraisal [PODCAST]

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This podcast discusses the traditional performance appraisal and offers alternative methods of review that engage employees, give personal development tips.

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Performance Appraisal

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Survey data shows traditional performance reviews are viewed by employees as arbitrary and unhelpful to personal deveopment and career goals

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Making Community connections – Canada

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You’ve likely heard of six degrees of separation (further propagated by the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” game).

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