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Leadership & Neuroscience: Taking Control of Your Grey Matter

Can understanding your brain make you a better leader? Robert Paris thinks so.
Not only does Paris have 15 years of results-oriented management experience at blue chip companies such as Johnson & Johnson, but he also has a Certificate in the Foundations of Neuroleadership, which uses hard science to transform leaders’ effectiveness in the workplace.

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Top 3 PR Trends

A public relations professional will look for strategies to create and nourish quality relationships with targeted groups of people.

5 Digital Marketing Trends to Watch for in the Coming Year

Working in the fast-paced industry that is digital marketing, it is a necessity to keep up with trends and upcoming products. As specialists in this field, we strive to be ahead of the curve and are happy to share the latest trends.

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Academics, Athletics and Accolades

Christian Barker is a varsity lacrosse player, a civil engineering student, and now an award-winning writer.
He is the winner of the Communication in Engineering Excellence in Written Communication Award for the 2016 winter and summer semesters.

How I Aced my Homework Assignment

Sndra_CalderoniI’m currently enrolled in Current Trends in Digital Communication. As an assignment, we were asked to live-Tweet an event.
Prior to this course, Twitter didn’t interest me. But I registered so that I could learn about social media and bring my digital communications skills up-to-date so, I gave it a go.

Myrna-Lynn Gabriel: Helping to Shape her Nation’s Future

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Myrna-Lynn Gabriel is a busy woman. She works full-time, has a family, and she’s in her last semester of the Certificate in Indigenous Business Management, an undergraduate program aimed at First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

Headlining the International Stage

Asics1Four of the School’s students have won the 2017 APICS Canada Student Case Competition.

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Half the World Away

presentNow here’s something you don’t see everyday in the classroom: a reunion of two long-lost friends from the other side of the world. Yet that’s exactly what happened to Nina Moinzad and Farimah Alizadeh, childhood friends in Tehran, Iran.

Beethoven: A Master’s Magnum Opus

How is it that Ludwig van Beethoven has been gone for nearly 200 years yet remains one of the most famous musicians of all time? The experts at the Montreal Chamber Music Festivalare partnering with the McGill University School of Continuing Studies’ PRIZMA program to fill you in.

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À l’échelle humaine: Job Fairs II

IMG_3981Our last article highlighted the reasons why employers participate in job fairs and why you as a candidate should not miss out.
Do not approach them as simply window shopping in the hopes of a great find; you are presenting your own value proposition!

À l’échelle humaine: Job Fairs I

IMG_3981 Whether you are a seasoned local professional, a transitioning newcomer or a proactive student, you have likely encountered a job fair.
Today we’re providing insights and tips to ensure you get the most out of a job fair experience.

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