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Breakfast Television (Vancouver)
Jim's interview on Breakfast Television (Vancouver) shortly after the release of Moose on the Table.
How to tell if your job is right for you
Ia your job right for you? In this interview with Canada AM, Jim provides some insights into why some folks end up in jobs that aren't a good fit for them personally or professionally.
An interview on Daytime, where Jim talks more about the Moose on the Table and how folks can scoot them off.
Labour of Love - Part One
This is part one of a three part series that was broadcast on the Kitchener CTV affiliate. Jim is an expert commentator on finding a job that is a calling more than just work.
Labour of Love - Part Three
This is the third installment of this fascinating series on finding the right job for you.
Labour of Love - Part Two
Part two in the three part series feature on Kitchener's CTV affiliate about finding a job that is a calling and not just work.
Vision, Leadership and Organizational Improvement
What are three things that go together well, Alex? Well it's not Jeopardy, but Jim's interview on CBC is a great place to start for anyone dealing with strategic or organizational change.
Why corporate training usually fails
It's a dirty secret, but most of the money spent on training programs is wasted. If training is to work, organizations have to embrace it beyond the classroom or boardroom.
HelpTV is a nationally syndicated program that deals with various topics. Jim Clemmer was a featured guest in April 2008 speaking on workplace communications.
Canadian HR Reporter Interview
Jim Clemmer, noted speaker and author of Growing @ the Speed of Change, talked to Canadian HR Reporter about how organizations should develop leadership behaviours at all levels of an organization and stay positive in order to thrive during tough times. He also talked about how leadership is about focusing on strengths, rather than setbacks or failures, to move an organization forward. Clemmer spoke at a recent Strategic Capability Network event in Toronto. For full details of that event, see the March 22, 2010, issue of Canadian HR Reporter at www.hrreporter.com.