Wanted: New Leadership Mindsets to Generate Continuous Innovation

Developing a corporate culture of excellence depends on creating an excellent talent management process. There are many Canadian companies that demonstrate what it takes to succeed.
— By Belinda Jones

Clio, maker of a cloud-based legal management platform, was recognized in 2016 as one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Cultures by Waterstone Human Capital. The company’s Co-founder and COO, Rian Gauvreau, made it clear that the culture depends on its employees who live and breathe values based on ownership, transparency, and personal growth. Clio has been called a “culture trailblazer” because the company was an early demonstrator of the fact that talent management practices are at the heart of developing a corporate culture of excellence. From recruitment to learning and development opportunities, how a company manages its talent determines how successful it is in building a high-performance, high-trust culture. Clio is just one example of a company with...

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