Weekly Roundup – Jan. 10th

We hope everyone had a great holiday and a happy New Year! We’ve been busy this week. If you missed any of our content, look no further. We have it all here!

Editor-in-chief Toby Fyfe talks to David Ulrich, author of “The Leadership Code”, about his thoughts on leadership. If you want more from David Ulrich, he will be speaking at our Leadership Summit on February 25.

Harvey Schachter reviews “Eat Move Sleep” by Tom Rath, an executive who advocates for better health. His tips are very simple: eat well, move a lot, and always get a good night’s sleep.

Louis Shallal, CEO of Louis Shallal Strategic Services, talks about how we can re-define the citizen-government relationship.

Roy Wiseman blogs about the three pillars of Open Government: Open Data, Open Information, and Open Dialogue.

Do you have any New Year’s resolutions when it comes to great leadership? Toby Fyfe talks about a few that his friend tried to make.

Staff writer Amy Allen reports on Vision Internet’s tips for great government web design and why the Peel District School Board has introduced a BYOD initiative in its schools.

Intern Jeff Mackey profiles Jean-René Halde, who will also be speaking at our Leadership Summit.

Jodi LeBlanc ruminates about the importance of face-to-face conversations – and how virtual networking just won’t cut it, despite its popularity.

Ron Saunders, Emile Tompa, and Ellen MacEachen talk about how to prevent injury and illness in a changing labour market.

Stephen Karam and Chamika Ailapperuma on why the Pal approach is best for government Web renewal.

Have a great weekend, everybody! Don’t forget to register for our Leadership Summit on February 25, and nominate someone for one of our Leadership Awards – you can do both at our summit website.


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