This is the article I was planning on publishing if Hillary had won. The last paragraph applies equally to Trump. To paraphrase Barrack Obama, American citizens and indeed the world now has a stake in rooting for Donald Trump's success, regardless of who they supported on the campaign trail. May his time in office be a time of prosperity and well being; of unity and cooperation; of justice and human rights for all; of physical and spiritual peace.
The most riveting moment in last Sunday's Academy Award presentations arguably came when Patricia Arquette accepted an Oscar for her supporting role in Boyhood. Her heartfelt plea for wage equality for women struck a chord not only with most women, but also with the many spouses, siblings and offspring who share their lives.
“Greatness and humility, in the Jewish tradition, are not incompatible. They complement one another. For a man to be humble he does not have to be someone who ‘has plenty to be humble about’...
As the leader of an executive recruitment firm in Toronto, what I often see holding people back -- even senior executives -- is the inability to recognize and put to use their transferable skills.
Women rule the workplace. Well, almost. The number of employed women outnumbered men in Canada in 2009 for the first time. One reason: Education. More women than men graduate from university in Canada. As a result, more women are becoming the primary breadwinners in their families.
The election of the first African-American U. S. president lets all Americans tell their children to aspire to any role.
As an executive recruiter, what I often see holding people back -- even senior executives -- is the inability to recognize and put to use their transferable skills. I am often asked: "But how do I honestly recognize what I have and harness these transferable skills into a better job.
Legendary tycoon Armand Hammer gave simple career advice: "When you work seven days a week, 14 hours a day, you get lucky.
Receiving a call from a headhunter can put you on the path to landing that dream opportunity -- or it can lead to frustration, rejection and disappointment. Over the years, I have seen a lot of strong candidates miss out on great job opportunities because they did not fully understand the process and the role of the recruiter.