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16/06/2017
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Losers who are winners

By Jeff Buckstein It doesn’t matter whether you win or lose. It’s how you play the financial valuation game that really counts. Toronto Maple Leafs Captain George Armstrong took a backhand pass from winger Bob Pulford, skated three strides to … Continue reading

16/06/2017
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The mindful miner

By Peter Carter Vale’s base metal boss and Canadian CEO Jennifer Maki believes in building bridges, staying connected and delivering results. And she does it her way. It was a February Friday in 2007. Jennifer Maki was given a choice. … Continue reading

16/06/2017
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Make up your mind

By Lora Grady Indecision doesn’t just waste time — it can seriously damage a leader’s credibility and reputation. Here’s what you need to know to step up your decision-making skills and start making tough calls fast. Brenda Gefucia had a … Continue reading

16/06/2017
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Clare Campbell CA: A talent for tartan

By Alec Mackenzie From accountancy to design, Clare Campbell CA has her sights set on taking Scotland’s iconic textile to the top. If you ever needed proof that CAs aren’t all cut from the same cloth Clare Campbell, founder of … Continue reading

16/06/2017
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Professional judgment: What it is and how to handle it

It may not be obvious, but we form judg­ment about almost everything: a friend or person, a property, a movie, etc. We usually form these views or judgments based on facts and complete information. The same applies in a professional … Continue reading