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Escalation of Emotions during Labour Negotiations

Escalation of Emotions during Labour Negotiations

Posted Friday, July 21, 2017

Kim West, Paul Wilson


In a perfect world, labour negotiations consist of a series of processes that evolve over several months and that ultimately conclude with a new contract. But often times, we are called upon the situation is at its most critical and volatile point in the course of the negotiation. It is during this period of escalating emotions that we need to be able to help our clients move their agenda forward by bringing them back to the initial mandate they received. Kim West, Partner and Chief Client Officer at NATIONAL’s Toronto office, and Paul Wilson, Partner in Montreal, share three tips on how we can help our clients articulate their vision and drive it to completion.

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NATIONAL Strengthens its Corporate & Investor Relations Teams in Toronto

NATIONAL Strengthens its Corporate & Investor Relations Teams in Toronto

Posted Monday, July 17, 2017


NATIONAL’s Toronto office is proud to share recent leadership appointments that further strengthen its expanding Corporate Communications and Investor Relations practices. Luc Levasseur is promoted to Vice-President, Corporate Communications, Marc Lakmaaker is promoted to Director, Investor Relations, NATIONAL Equicom, a team that recently welcomed Heidi Christensen Brown as Director.

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Trendspotting: My Obsession and Why It Should Be Yours Too

Trendspotting: My Obsession and Why It Should Be Yours Too

Posted Monday, July 3, 2017

Anne Stevenson


Anne Stevenson, Content Strategist at NATIONAL’s Toronto office, is a self-described trendspotting junkie. On the lookout to catch up on what’s trending before she even gets out of bed in the morning, her obsession actually serves her well in her professional life. In this post, she shares three practical reasons why you should join her and work trendspotting into your day to be better at your job.

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