With recreational marijuana legalization on the horizon in Canada, HR professionals must have strong health and safety policies in place in the workplace to be prepared.
Bromelin is now offering Management Coaching Modules that includes a mixture of psychometric assessments, best practices, online learning, interactive activities and exercises, case studies and role plays. By the end of the sessions, managers will feel empowered to improve on key weakness areas, play to their strengths, and get the best results from every member of their team.
Here is a fun and interactive way to squeeze in training and development over the lunch hour. How long is each Lunch & Learn session? 2 hours Will the trainer come to me? Yes, at your work location How many people can attend? Flexible, from 6 to 50 How often?…
Propel Yourself into the Future! Preparing the Pharma Professional for the Pharma Industry of the Future. On November 22, 2017, Shelley Brown gave the above-titled talk to the Pharmaceutical Marketing Club of Quebec (PMCQ). Watch the video!
Shelley Brown spoke with Global News about how mounting sexual assault allegations in the news are affecting the way companies are holding their holiday parties. Click to watch the video.
Shelley Brown was recently interviewed by the Canadian Press on the topic of companies taking steps to curb inappropriate behaviour at office parties.
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Canadian Women are taking charge, starting businesses and embracing careers in an astonishing array of industries. They are doing it with intelligence, talent and the kind of feminine leadership that is changing our country for the better.
Meet Shelley Brown, she is one of Canada’s Distinctive Women.
Shelley Brown was recently invited to speak on the Creative Disruption podcast with Marguerite O’Neal. You can listen to the podcast directly on our website using the player, or download the MP3 audio file.
The Canadian workplace has an obligation to educate, protect, communicate and enforce harassment policy and legislation. Last week, actress Alyssa Milano asked women across the internet to share the words “me, too” to bring light to a phenomenon experienced by women around the world: sexual assault and harassment.