Back in May, Elevated was a proud supporter of Disrupt HR Calgary. I took a chance and did my thing in front of the room, completing a 5 minute, 20 slide presentation on why most company’s core values are full of shit. How did I do? Let’s not go into that right now. I think the better question is, “How did I feel?” And there is only one word to describe it. Humbled.
But our support for Disrupt HR did not waiver. In fact, when Rob and Matt asked if we wanted to get involved in the second iteration of the event, we jumped all over it. And this time, Rob had a plan to Disrupt HR even further. Let’s get someone in that can truly own a stage and do justice to the format like no other.Read More
It’s a sad day for us today at Elevated. Just over 3 years ago, Kathryn Sebesten walked into our lives and today we are having to say goodbye. For the past 2 years, Kathryn has lived and worked in our Vancouver office, pushing me to learn how to manage a distributed work force (which, I’m the first to admit that I failed at…but more on that in a later blog post!)Read More
News broke earlier this month that the Alberta Motor Association has been the victim of an $8.2 million fraud. The alleged perpetrator? Their own IT vice president. The VP is accused of spending millions of stolen dollars on homes, boats and expensive cars. He is accused of fabricating invoices and electronic transfers to U.S. bank accounts (it’s important to note that these allegations have not yet been proven in court). You can read more about the story here.Read More
Men who do not compete for possessions, but for honour – the Olympics
The Olympics. The Summer Olympics. Rio. 2016. The sporting event that happens once every four years, where 11,551 of the best athletes from 207 countries compete in 306 events in 28 different sports on the world stage over 16 days, in hopes of winning one of three medals: Gold, Silver or Bronze.Read More
When it comes to recognition, I certainly won’t deny it – getting a pat on the back or rewarded for a job well done makes me feel good. Not only does it bring a sense of accomplishment or motivate me to up my game a little more each time, but I feel like a valued member of the team. I’m sure I’m not alone in believing that recognition can have a major impact on employee performance, employee satisfaction and in turn, the bottom line.Read More
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