Canadian HR Reporter TV drew thousands of viewers throughout 2010. Here’s a look at our most popular videos, counting down from number 10 to number one:
Number 10 — Succession planning
Preparing the next generation of leaders, featuring Monica Belcourt, director of the School of Human Resources Management at York University in Toronto.
Number 9 — Employment law
Legal issues that senior management may encounter, featuring Natalie MacDonald, a partner with Grosman, Grosman and Gale in Toronto.
Number 8 — Diversity
Diversity’s competitive advantage, featuring Ratna Omidvar, chair of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council.
Number 7 — Labour relations
Building solid, collaborative connections with unions, featuring Gayle Fisher, chief human resources officer for the Ontario Securities Commission.
Number 6 — Coaching
Coaching in the workplace, featuring Peter Jensen, a coach who has worked with some of Canada’s top Olympic athletes.
Number 5 — Human Resources Summit Awards
Human Resources Summit Awards 2010, featuring acceptance speeches of the winners.
Number 4 — Strategic HR
‘Design thinking’ and innovation, featuring Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.
Number 3 — Employee engagement
Employee engagement and social media at Best Buy, featuring Jennifer Rock, director of employee communications at Best Buy.
Number 2 — Training and development
Training and development return on investment (ROI), featuring Lynn Johnston, president of the Canadian Society for Training and Development.
Number 1 — Corporate culture
Corporate culture at WestJet airlines, featuring Ferio Pugliese, executive vice-president of people.
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