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Kilberry Bagpipes

April 21. 2017

We celebrate Scottish Highland culture. If you are interested in quality bagpipes, consider www.kilberrybagpipes.com

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CEO On-board, Not Overboard – Part 2

November 29. 2016

The arrival of a new CEO presents a window for positive momentum and innovation. You must take advantage of this window. While it was important to “do less” in your first three months as new CEO (see companion Issue 1), it is now important that you not wait too long before taking action. You must […]

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CEO On-board, Not Overboard – Part 1

November 03. 2016

Nearly 30 CEOs have stepped into the top spot at a Fortune 500 company this year. Despite the fanfare, entering into an organization as CEO is not for the faint of heart. The question for you, as a new CEO, is ‘what do I need to do in the first 90 days to set myself […]

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Dr. Anuradha Chawla Joins Kilberry

October 05. 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dr. Anuradha Chawla Joins Kilberry TORONTO, ON, October 3, 2016 – Kilberry, a leading firm of organizational psychologists specializing in executive assessment and development, is pleased to announce that Dr. Anuradha Chawla has joined as Principal in the Toronto office. In her role, Dr. Chawla will serve as a top advisor to […]

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Mary Jo Haddad Joins Kilberry

November 17. 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Former SickKids CEO Mary Jo Haddad Joins Kilberry TORONTO, ON, November 14, 2015 — Kilberry Leadership Advisors is pleased to announce that celebrated healthcare executive Mary Jo Haddad has joined the firm as Senior Associate & CEO Mentor. Mary Jo Haddad has spent over forty years in healthcare leadership and children’s health. […]

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How Not to Micromanage: 5 Strategies

April 20. 2015

If you’ve ever been micro-managed, you fully understand the aggravating confidence-busting results that can occur. (Frustration, decreased motivation and possibly disengagement from work, to name a few.) When your supervisor doesn’t seem to understand the negative consequences that micro-managing brings — work life can become quite miserable. However, if you are that manager (or desire […]

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Why It’s So Hard to Leave a Job (Even the Ones We Hate)

April 20. 2015

I’ve just watched Fiddler on the Roof with my youngest. It’s a movie rife with traumatic life changes and the subtle, yet inevitable evolution of tradition. Just as the family in Fiddler, my grandparents left Europe under nearly identical circumstances. They were faced with the challenge of leaving everything behind to start anew. I cannot […]

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When Settling Cross-Functional Concerns – Lay the Cards on the Table

April 06. 2015

When different functions within our own organizations aren’t seeing “eye to eye”, we tend to shy away from bringing them together. We don’t intend to prolong the conflict — but, in reality, that is what occurs. Our instincts are often to act as an intermediary and settle the issue calmly and quickly. But, that is […]

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One Workplace Basic You May Be Forgetting

April 02. 2015

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to read Douglas R. Conant’s retrospective about losing his job. Many of us have lived through the trauma of being “laid off” or fired. (Somehow going through the experience doesn’t make the prospect of recurrence any easier to process). I experienced this very early in my career — and at the […]

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Positive Psychology and Happiness at Work

March 24. 2015

Do you derive happiness from your work life? Do you embrace small successes — or do you find that you push yourself harder and harder to achieve — without feeling a sense of real accomplishment? A subtle undercurrent of negativity can not only prove destructive to your psyche, it can affect your ability to energize […]

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Kilberry Bagpipes

We celebrate Scottish Highland culture. If you are interested in quality bagpipes, consider www.kilberrybagpipes.com

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Portrait of a mature businessman with digital tablet

CEO On-board, Not Overboard – Part 2

The arrival of a new CEO presents a window for positive momentum and innovation. You...

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The boardroom table is set for the Annual General Meeting

CEO On-board, Not Overboard – Part 1

Nearly 30 CEOs have stepped into the top spot at a Fortune 500 company this...

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