Suyi Erhabor, CEO, Curaga, has been crucial to the creation and transformation of Curaga from a small business to a multimillion-dollar corporation in Ontario. Suyi treats each employee as a valued individual and takes the time to understand what motivates them.
The Targeted Strategies Group (TTSG) spent over 20 years helping Canadian business owners and entrepreneurs build economic opportunity through the successful succession of family businesses. Then almost 5 years ago, it was time for them to think of their succession plan.
Apart from being the founder, Steven Peleman’s role within Triple Helix is best explained by describing his background and character. He is the engineering and business economics child of a professional trumpet player and a textile artist.
When employees are happy, organizations see real breakthroughs. Happy employees are themselves far more productive and, in turn, positively influence those around them to strive for greater heights. Harvard Business Review research shows that anyone can become an inspiring leader (they’re made, not born), there are far too few in most companies.
According to Harvard Public Health article, federal food law is clear: It bans “any poisonous or deleterious substance which may render [a food] injurious to health.”
Regulators have used that provision for decades to crack down on food adulterated with toxic chemicals or microbes, including the likes of Listeria and salmonella, that can make us acutely ill.
When Kristen Moore came on board back in 2009, the landscape of the travel industry was drastically different. Instagram wasn’t even a thing yet, so most of the sales & marketing strategies employed were traditional face-to-face initiatives.
Did you know encouraging great ideas in the workplace is essential to foster a culture of creativity and innovation? When employees feel empowered to share their ideas, they are more likely to be engaged and motivated in their work.
Dr. Hao Pang, founder, and CEO of Quantum Science has worked in quantum dots (QDs) since graduating with a Ph.D. in materials chemistry in 2009. His first role in this field was as a research scientist, where he helped develop QD inks.
As a woman CEO in a male-dominated industry for 40 years now, I have learned a myriad of lessons on how to be an effective leader. I have built my Shames Construction team from the ground up. I work with many men inside and outside of Shames Construction, and I give many of them eminence credit for my success, as they gave me many chances when a woman was a novelty in construction.
As a CEO, Brandi Martin believes that prioritization and organizational resilience are vital drivers of success for any company. To effectively manage limited resources and achieve strategic objectives, prioritization is a critical skill that requires constant attention.