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Inevitable: The Future of Work is a podcast designed to help leaders and workplace activators effectively address the opportunities that allow us to move forward together. Now is the time to stand out and embrace the chance to do things differently. Hosted by SHIFT Managing Director, Jeff Lesher, IFOW listeners get a front-row seat to stories, research, and recommendations shared by thought leaders from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and expertise.
 
The Self-Employed Life Podcast (formerly Creative Warriors) provides business and personal development strategies for self-employed business owners that create sustainable success. A community of self-employed and small business owners, entrepreneurs, innovators and ambitious individuals that need creative solutions in business. Being self-employed and a business Warrior is a mindset, a spirit and a challenge. We need a different way of doing business. This is business with a soul. We discus ...
 
Outside In explores how the world is changing and how business is changing with it. Host Charles Trevail interviews executives, journalists, authors, and thinkers, exploring the customer-centric strategies and philosophies that are working successfully inside companies, and the consumer trends, industry disruptions, and cultural forces that are influencing business from the outside.
 
Groundwork features Chief People Officers from the world’s fastest-growing companies. These leaders guide organizations through the turbulent times of hypergrowth by investing in human beings. They lay the groundwork that makes the impossible, inevitable. Join Lingo Live CEO Tyler Muse for conversations on how they became the leaders they are today, how they’ve navigated their toughest challenges, and how they envision the future of work.
 
Digital-first has replaced digital transformation as the imperative for organizations to align technology investments with business goals. It is crucial for every business to respond quickly and adapt, and to become more resilient, more flexible and more prepared to drive recovery and growth in the face of inevitable future challenges. This is what VMware call being Future Ready. Provocative, compelling and above all, useful conversation from VMware. Get the very latest insights from leading ...
 
The Founder’s Mindset explores the minds of young entrepreneurs through the early days of founding a company. While challenges are inevitable in business, how we respond to them can be the difference between success and failure. Each week, clinical psychologist Dr Gena Gorlin will sit down with different guests at various stages of founding their company. They will discuss the obstacles they have faced on their journey and the behaviours and mindset they used to overcome them. Then Gena, alo ...
 
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The Ending Sexploitation podcast decodes sexual harms and provides you with active solutions. We address the full spectrum of sexual exploitation, from sex trafficking to sexual violence, to rape culture, to pornography, and more. And better yet, we give you the tools to make a difference!
 
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Bjorn Reynolds is known as Chief Guardian at Safeguard Global. Formally, he's the Founder and CEO. Regardless of title, his commitment is to help Safeguard's clients hire and manage the best, highly-skilled workers they can from around the globe without screwing it up. In fact, the phrase "don't try this at home" comes up in our conversation. More …
 
A new report from the Ottawa People's Commission, a citizen-led initiative, reveals that residents were "undeniably abandoned" during the Freedom Convoy. Ottawa-based Ontario Hubs editor Sarah Trick tells us what participants had to say about the city's ability to handle the onslaught of trucks, noise, and disruption. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
A new report compiled by experts in public policy, health care, science communication and economics states that COVID-19 misinformation led to the deaths of at least 3,000 Canadians and cost hospitals $300 million, over a nine month period. Report authors Alex Himelfarb and Jaigris Hodson discuss the misinformation that led to vaccine hesiticancy f…
 
The Agenda's week in review begins with a debate about the need for bail reform in Canada. Then, assessing how to address violence on Toronto transit; exploring the legacy of former Ontario lieutenant governor David Onley. Then, what does the the new NDP leader need to do to prepare for the next provincial election? And, what are rural municipaliti…
 
Recent reports of attacks on the provincial capital's transit system has workers and passengers concerned about safety. The city has reacted with increased police presence, more security, and outreach workers, but will these measures resolve the violence? To discuss what's happening and what more can be done, we welcome: Toronto Star transportation…
 
The Honourable David C. Onley left a lasting impression on those he met as a friend, as an accessibility advocate, and as a former lieutenant-governor of Ontario. Michael Onley; Christine Elliott former Ontario deputy premier; Thea Kurdi, president of DesignABLE; and Lorin MacDonald, a human rights lawyer and accessibility advocate, honour Onley's …
 
Naturally occurring retirement communities (NORCs) are neighborhoods where mostly older adults live, though they aren't necessarily designed for that population. Samir Sinha, director of Health Policy Research, National Institute on Ageing and Director of Geriatrics, Sinai Health and University Health Network, tells us how these neighbourhoods may …
 
It's been three years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global public-health emergency. Is it still an emergency? The WHO says yes, but that we are in a "transition." What does that mean? Will COVID-19 ever be over? Is the end in sight? Do we need better vaccines? Will a new variant emerge that changes everything? The Agenda e…
 
How do older adults experience life in areas outside large cities in Ontario? Do they have enough supports? For insights, we welcome: Noelle Reeve, a planner with Tay Valley Township; and Jane Sinclair, general manager of Health and Emergency Services at the County of Simcoe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In a world that can get far too complicated, there’s nothing quite like simple wisdom handed down. With all that’s new in business, there are also core principles that were true in the past, are still true today, and will likely be true tomorrow. That’s what we’re exploring today with my guest, Bryan Eisenberg: tried and true core business principl…
 
A recent report by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), points out that no amount of alcohol is safe and that consuming any more than two drinks a week increases your risk of developing certain types of cancers. Is it time to put cancer warning labels on alcohol? We ask: Senator Patrick Brazeau and National Post columnist, Sab…
 
As Marit Stiles officially takes over the role of NDP leader, what does the party need to do to be seen as the government-in-waiting leading up to the next election in 2026? For insights, we welcome: Michelle Erwin, former media relations officer and acting communications director, Ontario NDP Caucus; Sara Singh, distinguished visiting practitioner…
 
A Supreme Court of Canada decision last year ending the punishment of life without the chance of parole has put emphasis on rehabilitation. Was the decision too lenient? Is the Canadian justice system equipped to rehabilitate the most violent offenders? What say do the victims have? To help us understand what kind of penal system we want in Canada,…
 
Following the killing of an OPP officer last month, police associations and provincial leaders across the country want the federal government to tighten up the country's bail system. Is the system in need of reform? We debate the issue with: Laura Berger, staff lawyer, Canadian Civil Liberties Association; Jeff Lehman, chair of Muskoka District Cou…
 
This is the second of a 7-part series that I'm calling 7 Blind Spots in Your Self-Employed Business. By definition, blind spots are what you can't see. In this episode, we really focus on what you can't see because you're too busy to see it. The Busy Blindspot. This is what keeps you stuck in a loop and encountering the ups and downs of business. Y…
 
Winter weather alerts trigger the opening of warming centres, and when they are called off, it can leave unhoused people out in the cold. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler looked into how and why some Ontarians are left vulnerable in the cold winter months in the province. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
AffordableWhen introducing Bill 23, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark said: "The problem is clear. There simply aren't enough homes being built. And the solution is equally clear. We need to get more homes built faster." But if it's all clear to the minister, the debate that's ensued suggests that it's not as clear to others…
 
The Agenda's week in review begins at this week's Rural Ontario Municipal Association's annual conference, with ideas on how to deal with homelessness and acute housing needs in smaller centres around the province. Then, Lisa MacLeod discusses her struggles with mental health. A primer on Canadian tax policy; and roundtable on the persistence of an…
 
In some respects, Steve and Danielle Kaplan seemed a very unlikely couple. He was a free spirit who'd take off alone for weeks at a time on daring motorcycle adventures. She was no daredevil, worked in acute care hospitals, and knew all too well the consequences of a trip gone bad. So, what happened a decade ago? I think you can guess. It's all chr…
 
As Canadians pour over their T4s, T5000s and all the other Ts for their income tax returns, they'll likely be focused on the dollars and cents. Three decades ago, a Supreme Court of Canada ruling raised a much bigger set of issues: how those tax deductions reflect what society considers valuable. To explain and highlight a few other things you migh…
 
It takes about two minutes on social media to run across anti-Jewish attacks and tropes. Antisemitism has been the most reported hate crime in Ontario's capital city for several years running. Violence and vandalism have struck synagogues in the U.S. and beyond. And of course, that's all against a historical experience of genocide that few communit…
 
With antisemitism on the rise, it wouldn't be surprising if Jewish students at Ontario universities felt unsafe. How are antisemitism and anti-Zionism connected? What can universities do to create a safe environment for Jewish students? We ask: Mitchell Horwood, student at McGill University, Stand With Us Canada Emerson Fellow, and CJPAC Senior Fel…
 
I’ve often said that sometimes we self-employed folks feel like rock stars, and other times…not quite so much! Let’s learn to harness the power of owning who we are, to create not only more authenticity, but more consistency in our emotions. Today’s conversation with guest Liz Brunner begins with the story of Liz’s unexpected career transformation …
 
The backbone of a thriving economy lies in the seamless flow of goods. Few industries play a more important role in this process than trucking. With over a million trucking companies in operation and a staggering worth of $800 billion in the US alone, the trucking industry is a vital cog in the economic machine. However, the industry has long been …
 
We have had some very dramatic moments in history where the mix of education, religion, and politics have created firestorms. But none more than one that resulted in a prime minister being forced from office. Ted Glenn is the author of "A Very Canadian Coup: The Rise and Demise of Prime Minister Mackenzie Bowell, 1894-1896." Glenn also manages the …
 
Acute housing shortages in points beyond urban Ontario have policymakers confronting homelessness and need across the province. Earlier today we heard from those on the frontlines looking for solutions at the Rural Ontario Municipal Association's first in-person conference in two years. We take a look at what they said. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
Lisa MacLeod is a 17-year veteran MPP who's always been considered one of the toughest customers at Queen's Park. But she needed to take a leave of absence last year after mental health issues proved overwhelming. Steve Paikin talks to Ms. MacLeod about her journey back to stronger mental health. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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