Better listening can be a strength for introverted leaders

Published: 6 February 2024

There is a long-held bias against introverted people in leadership roles, but introverted leaders can excel, especially when they’re leading a proactive team. One of the major strengths of...

In less hierarchical workplaces, mentoring is a two-way street

Published: 25 January 2024

As an ever greater number of people stay in the workforce later into their lives, there are more generations working together than ever before. Older generations should be sure they listen to their...

Artistic approaches to creativity can be model for business leaders

Published: 25 January 2024

On stage, singer, producer, and DJ Luka Hollinger reinvents himself as the persona Rondo Banks. The Montreal-based musician sees the shift as a way to express himself in a genuine way. Hollinger...

Airbus Canada welcomes McGill students to Mirabel

Published: 13 October 2023

Last month, over 70 McGill students from different academic disciplines took part in a tour of Airbus Canada’s headquarters in Mirabel, Airbus’ most important headquarters outside of Europe....

When it comes to long-term thinking, family-controlled businesses have an advantage

Published: 14 December 2023

Family-controlled businesses demonstrate exceptional long-term performance. Since 2005, such businesses have significantly outperformed the S&P/TSX Composite. Family-controlled businesses...

Lightspeed CEO JP Chauvet credits globetrotting childhood with fostering intercultural sensitivity

Published: 8 December 2023

After a childhood spent in France, Ireland, Nigeria and Singapore, JP Chauvet’s career has spanned yet more countries and continents. He was lured from London to Montreal to work for Lightspeed,...

McGill Desautels wins Global Goals Jam case competition

25 Oct 2023

Three McGill MBA candidates took home top prize at this year’s Global Goals Jam case competition. The competition, hosted by Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, challenged students to...

Cutting back on service can damage an airline’s reputation

Published: 20 October 2023

As Pakistan International Airlines grapples with financial challenges, the carrier has made service cutbacks, reducing the number of domestic flights it operates, and unilaterally rebooking some...

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