While working on a task or project, we may think what we’re working on isn’t good enough
The future of work is changing. According to McKinsey around half of the job tasks that people currently perform have the potential to be automated by technology. What kind of work will be left for humans to do?
Last week's Team Leadership Academy in Toronto, hosted by the acclaimed Richard Robbins International (RRI), drew the who’s who of real estate team leaders in Canada and the United States.
Hiring and retaining talent is getting harder every year. What do today’s bright young people look for from a company and a career?
Being busy and being successful are not one in the same
Improving company performance can have massive benefits, whether you’re a small business, a solopreneur, or you work in a huge global organization
The science behind slacking off
Our workaholic culture and the business epidemic tend to villainize time-wasting behaviors during work — like leisurely lunches and web browsing — but research proves that breaks can enhance your performance, on many levels
Is email taking up too much of your time? Carson Tate explains how to regain control
In today’s distraction-fueled world, multi-tasking seems to be a way of life. But Aytekin Tank explains how narrowing your focus can allow you to achieve more
Brian de Haaff explains why effective leadership is all about finding a balance between idealism and practicality
Brian de Haaff explains why true transparency and engagement requires more than merely telling employees your door is always open
Two American companies have recently decided to setup shop north of the border, bringing both excitement and trepidation to the Canadian real estate scene
Global real estate brand continues Canadian expansion with its first Whistler brokerage
If you are a 100 Deal+ Producer or Team Leader and looking for something new and different this is the event for you