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This week, we’re highlighting an interesting article that was published in the June 2014 edition of Ottawa HR magazine by authors Tara Azulay and Kevin Barwin who are partners at Clariti Group. The article highlights the importance of building an organizational culture that supports employees and builds leadership by promoting employee engagement, collaboration and innovation.

The authors also describe six core competencies of employee success, which can be integrated into professional development programs, including role and culture fit, self-management, team optimization, effective communication, innovative thinking and peer leadership. Those who master these skills are considered ‘salaried entrepreneurs’, or individuals who embrace innovation and change, and actively strive to provide an exceptional experience for clients and co-workers alike.

You can read a PDF version of the full article here.

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