Karl Moore

The power of an indigenous voice in Canadian TV

Published: 27Nov2020

Professor Karl Moore and Wáhiakatste Diome-Deer sit down with Monika Ille (EMBA’20) to learn about her transformational 25-year career in the media industry. Ille, a member of the Abenaki First...

8 signs you could be an ambivert

Published: 21May2021

Professor Karl Moore weighs in on the age-old debate about extroverts and introverts, pointing to the middle of the spectrum: ambiversion. In his experience, ambiverts can gain a competitive...

Building a digital culture

Published: 21May2021

According to Nigel Vaz, the CEO of a digital consulting firm called Publicis Sapient, digital transformation is becoming an existential imperative for businesses of every size and sector. Professor...

8 signs you’re an ambivert

Published: 5May2021

It’s rare to find a pure introvert or extrovert. Most people fall somewhere on the spectrum between the two, and those who can combine traits from both dispositions have a significant advantage in...

Authentic leadership in indigenous communities

Published: 28Apr2021

Professor Karl Moore joins Wáhiakatste Diome-Deer in interviewing leading indigenous scholars in business, science, and beyond to hear their stories and strategies for success. A central theme that...

What indigenous communities can teach us about sustainability

Published: 5May2021

Professor Karl Moore interviews Sean McCormick, a Métis from Manitoba, about his journey to founding Manitobah Mukluks, an Indigenous-owned and operated global footwear brand. McCormick touches on...

IMPM presents "We Are All Ambiverts Now - The Impact on Leadership and Managing"


Join Professor Karl Moore from McGill University in this session on the link between leadership and personality types./desautelsCategory: Desautels Faculty of Management

Introducing the ‘HENRYs’: ‘Highly Educated, Not Rich Yet’

Published: 22Apr2021

Coined in Fortune magazine in 2003, the term HENRY describes a sub-group of consumers with modest resources and luxurious taste. These individuals, typically older millennials with six-figure...

Bringing Air Canada back to life

Published: 16Apr2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to raise the spectre of bankruptcy for Air Canada, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland and Transport Minister Omar Alghabra have stepped in with a $5.9 billion...


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