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Cannabis is already on the mind of tax and financial advisors due to its inclusion in Budget 2018 and its pending legalization and accompanying taxation. But that isn’t all you should be thinking about, as it triggers an essential and controversial leadership discussion – what’s tolerable in the workplace?
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Knowledge Bureau is thrilled to announce that faculty member Jenifer Bartman, who will be a guest lecturer on the November CE Summit Tour, is appearing as a regular panelist on the CBC News Network Weekend Business Panel.
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Leading with integrity is essential for business success, but just how do up-and-coming leaders do so with integrity and accountability on a day-to-day basis in a very busy world? Please join our Executive Business Builders Network to chime in on the issues our Joanne Sigurdson, author of Knowledge Bureau’s Business Leadership, Culture, and Continuity Course, is challenging our LinkedIn discussion group with:
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Leadership matters. Your team depends on yours; so do your clients. A couple of weeks ago, we featured a story on how the components of ethical leadership can be applied to individual leadership styles. It received great traction on the Executive Business Builders Network. Please chime in this week.
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As Knowledge Bureau unveils our new Executive Business Builder Program, increasing our focus on leadership education and development in 2018, it’s important to explore what makes a great leader. Today we’ll focus on confidence vs humility. . .when it comes to leadership, what matters more? Join us in discussing this topic on our Executive Business Builders Network.
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Watching the antics of various leaders in the news these days, it’s clear the challenges of leadership are always on display. Leadership, ultimately is about followers, and ethical leadership is enduring. Exactly how do great leaders develop their leadership styles, and do the right things in periods of great change and much distraction?