Monthly Archives: February 2013

Lobbyists are Liars and Cheaters

Lobbyists are liars, cheaters focused on bending government to their personal interests. They are the dark side of any political engagement. When they are very good at their jobs they can influence not only government policies, but also force cultural … Continue reading

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Are You Thinking About Creating Misinformation?

It occurred to me that the number of articles I was reading on weekly basis was growing at an incredible rate. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever consumed as much new information on a regular basis in my life.  … Continue reading

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It’s Alive!!!! 5 Lessons on Advocating with Socia Media

Social media has changed the way we communicate and the way we advocate to government. Messages placed into the social media world become living entities fueled by others. The popularity of these communications tools provides every Canadian with an opportunity … Continue reading

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Four Tips for Knowing if You’re on a Good Work Team

How do you know if you’re part of a good work team? I’ve been having lots of wonderful and intriguing discussions with friends of mine about teams. With my soccer team, about why we like each other enough to hang … Continue reading

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