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Imagine with me for a minute that you could open a door into each of your team members’ brains, including your own. You could understand how and why they behave a certain way, and how they think. What if you could anticipate how someone might...

Lighting is critical to promoting a healthy and productive work environment. If we think back to a time many, many moons ago when we were free from artificial lighting and computer screens, the human race managed its activities based on the natural patterns of sunlight. ...

The new year is often accompanied by new goals and resolutions. And what better company goal than to help your employees achieve theirs?   A resolution to prioritize health and fitness is one that will benefit both your staff and your bottom line. Numerous studies have shown...

Did you know that 70% of employees say that motivation and morale would improve “massively” with managers saying thank you more, and that 83% of employees say they would feel more appreciated, work harder, feel motivated, and have more loyalty towards their company if they...

Every day, I hear about companies with recruiting challenges, and each of them has a different theory for the reason. They think good people are just too hard to find, their industry is too competitive, there aren’t enough qualified candidates coming through the pipeline. Or...

Julie Morris is an HR-professional with a passion for helping individuals and businesses achieve extraordinary results. She started her career in Human Resources at Whistler-Blackcomb where she was involved in large volume recruiting and training. As a consultant, Julie has had the opportunity to work...

This year Project House is turning four, and we have been getting ready for our next business phase.  After partnering with more than 65 clients, designing and delivering countless projects and solutions, and onboarding over 40 PH team members, we wanted to take stock of...

Cheryl is one of Project House’s talented designers, focused on furniture and interior design.  Cheryl graduated from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Interior Design, and has worked on many architectural and design teams since then. It has always been Cheryl’s personal...

As a kid, I was very uncomfortable with conflict. I wanted everyone to get along, and when they didn't, it made me uneasy and anxious. I often tried to solve problems that weren’t really mine, and was eager to build bridges between people in an...

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