Q&A with Human Resources Expert Derek J.
Written on January 30, 2023
Derek has over 15 years of experience in People Talent, including acquisition, engagement, development, management, and retention. He is passionate about building scalable, inclusive institutional cultures where HR is a strategic advocate in today’s global workforce. We sat down with Derek J., a human Resources Expert advisor to learn more… Read More
Q&A with Nonprofit Expert Alison M.
Written on November 21, 2022
We sat down with Alison M., a non profit Expert Advisor, to learn about her approach to new clients, pick up some advice for non profit leaders, and chat about why she enjoys consulting for non profits. Alison M. has over 15 years of experience bringing her creative and innovative… Read More
Q&A with Human Resources expert Chelle Johnson
Written on September 21, 2022
We sat down with Canopy Human Resources expert, Chelle Johnson, to learn about her approach to consulting, her take on recruiting, and where she sees needs and pain points for companies. When you meet with a new company, what do you start by asking? Some of the first things I… Read More
Q&A with Leadership Expert Dirk D.
Written by Dirk D. on July 13, 2022
See what our Expert Advisor Dirk Dykson, has to say: Q: What are some trends or strategies you’re seeing with your clients? A: A trend I am seeing leaders struggle with is building trust and achieving performance in current hybrid and remote environments. Leaders sometimes push for performance from… Read More
The Biggest Trends In Organizational Culture In 2022
Written by Paola Baglietto on February 4, 2022
In the past two years, the great events that have shaped U.S. culture include the pandemic, social justice movements, the great resignation (and reshuffling), inflation, supply chain disruptions, the rise of block chain, crypto, social media addiction, and mental health. Since we’ve all gone through two years of constant, unprecedented… Read More
Preventive Care is the Key to Mental Fitness and Weathering the Storm of Life
Written by Kelly Bryant on November 2, 2021
Our mental health is fragile and vulnerable, just like our bodies. Preventive mental health care is required for overall wellness. We know and appreciate that our bodies require proactive work and intentional habits in order to maintain good physical health. If we want our bodies to perform well we need… Read More
Why are People Out of Work, but Businesses Can’t Find Employees: Part 1
Written on September 25, 2021
It’s no secret the job market is changing before our eyes seemingly with every passing day. “We’re hiring” signs abound, and we’re asked to be patient as restaurants, businesses, and retail shops are consistently understaffed. Reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the unemployment rate… Read More
Chronic Stress, Burnout & Self-Care
Written by Jorie Cotton on April 27, 2021
Question: Why do I feel so exhausted ALL THE TIME? Answer: COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of our professional lives – businesses have been restructured entirely and many of us are overwhelmed by added pressure and demand resulting in high levels of chronic stress and workplace burnout. We all… Read More
Do You Know How To Recognize The Early Signs Of Inequity?
Written by Katica Roy on April 20, 2021
How To Spot The Early Signs of Intersectional Gender Inequity Question: What’s the best way to deal with intersectional gender inequality in the workplace? Answer: In 2018, more CEOs were dismissed for misconduct and ethical lapses (e.g. sexual harassment) than for financial performance or board struggles. In PwC’s 19-year… Read More
This Is What’s Really Driving the Gender Gap in STEM
Written by Katica Roy on April 13, 2021
Gender Inequity In STEM: Why Does It Exist? Question: What’s the biggest obstacle for women in STEM today? Answer: I’ll tell you what the biggest obstacle is not: confidence. Despite the catchy refrain that says women in STEM are less confident than men, we can’t point our fingers at the… Read More