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How Employers Can Prevent Remote Work Burnout

By Ruth Ballard The rising popularity of flexible remote and hybrid workplace models has been lauded as one of the most positive workplace outcomes of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Many of us have benefited from having more flexibility in our schedules, having more autonomy with our own self-directed work, and enjoying the comforts of home (and […]

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Diversity Equals Success

by Kyle Armstrong, HR Coordinator, PowerUp Leadership Among many other things, the last year has highlighted the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. HR professionals assume a great deal of responsibility in implementing procedures that are more inclusive, while simultaneously navigating the workplace changes that have surfaced as a result of the COVID-19 […]

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Tapping into 360 Degree Assessments for Leadership Effectiveness

by Susan Power,  Founder & CEO of PowerUp Leadership One of the best ways to set goals for a coaching engagement is to collect feedback from others across the organization that you interact with. Your boss, direct reports, peers, and other key stakeholders like strategic partners, customers and suppliers often experience your leadership skills with […]

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Results Experienced from Working with a Coach

by Susan Power, Founder & CEO of PowerUp Leadership My coaching practice has grown significantly over the past year, and I feel privileged to work as a coach with clients across North America. Presently, I am coaching over 50 individual clients, and I have noticed some trends in the types of results that my clients […]

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