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Introducing Our #WomenInTech Blog Series
March 08, 2017

Introducing Our #WomenInTech Blog Series

It has been an exciting week for us so far here at 360.  On Monday Bruce Croxon, one of Canada’s original tech founders, mentioned us in a Financial Post article.  That same day, the Great Place To Work Institute named us the number eight Greatest Workplace For Women in Canada.  This was a huge honour, […]

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Legacy: a tale of memories, living in the possible & letting go
February 07, 2017

Legacy: a tale of memories, living in the possible & letting go

leg·a·cy /ˈleɡəsē/ noun a thing handed down by a predecessor. adjective – COMPUTING denoting software or hardware that has been superseded but is difficult to replace because of its wide use. When I first sat down to write this, it was intended to be a simple blurb about some new software features my team had […]

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My Excellent Haitian Adventure Part 1
January 30, 2015

My Excellent Haitian Adventure Part 1

Where do I find the perfect balance between “awareness” and “worrying”? Seriously – I would love to hear people’s feedback on this, so please leave your thoughts in the comments. Getting briefed by World Vision to prepare for a trip to Haiti is actually a bit distracting.  It’s one of those things where I know […]

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The Champion’s Mindset For Business Leaders
September 15, 2014

The Champion’s Mindset For Business Leaders

“I’ve been here before in my head so many times. To everybody else it’s my first Olympics, but to me it’s my thousandth.” – Mikaela Shiffrin, reigning Olympic slalom champion. The more we learn about the human mind/body connection and its workings, the more we are able to cast aside the notion of natural talent […]

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Mandatory Viewing: Top 7 TED Talks On Success
September 04, 2014

Mandatory Viewing: Top 7 TED Talks On Success

Last week on his podcast, Tim Ferriss featured a 3-part discussion with Kevin Kelly.  If you aren’t familiar with Kelly, it’s tough to know where to begin giving you an easy descriptor.  You may know him as the founding editor of Wired or from his cogent essay 1000 True Fans.  Writer, photographer, polymath…maybe genius?  Whatever […]

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August 18, 2014

Mandatory Viewing: Top 10 TED Talks On Motivation

Channel marketing folks have to spend a lot of time thinking about motivation and our understanding of the science behind what motivates has come a long way in a short time, to be sure. But this post is a study on motivation for all of us – in the channel and in our lives.  This […]

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What Does A CEO Do?
August 15, 2014

What Does A CEO Do?

From a very young age, I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. As the firstborn child of an entrepreneur, it was clear that my family wanted me to be heavily involved with the business my father started 30 years ago. So it’s fitting that growing up, I knew I wanted to […]

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Are You Communicating Your Value Across Your Client’s Enterprise?
June 26, 2014

Are You Communicating Your Value Across Your Client’s Enterprise?

Selling to a large enterprise? You need to be looking at whom you impact, whether they know it or not. If you are selling goods or services at the enterprise level, chances are that you engage in the practice of quarterly business reviews (QBRs) with your clients. After all, it’s important to make sure that […]

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Here’s What Arlene Dickinson Learned On The Front Lines in Afghanistan
June 11, 2014

Here’s What Arlene Dickinson Learned On The Front Lines in Afghanistan

“I went to my dad’s house, laid on the couch and cried for 3 weeks straight.” Not necessarily the words of encouragement that the sold-out crowd of 500 was expecting to hear from accomplished entrepreneur, author and Dragon’s Den star Arlene Dickinson this morning in Whitby, but important words nonetheless. It was strong medicine in […]

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The Life Or Death Of Client Engagement In The First 100 Days
June 06, 2014

The Life Or Death Of Client Engagement In The First 100 Days

“How do we stand out against the competition?” Unless you have invented a product or service the world has never seen before, most businesses have asked this question. In fact, even if you have created something brand new, it is still as challenging as ever for businesses to reach all of the right people they […]

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