Nina Spencer

Working Wisdom 2012

December: A Time for Leadership in Action

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On the brilliant, unseasonably warm early afternoon of November 21st, 2003, I found myself travelling 5 hours homeward-bound along Ontario’s Highway 401 from a speaking… Read more »

I invite you to view MY FIFTH of five (3 minute) guest spots-this one on, Growing, Nuturing and Protecting Your Network on Biz TV Canada.

I invite you to view MY FIFTH of five (3 minute) guest spots-this one on, Growing, Nuturing and Protecting Your Network on Biz TV Canada.

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As well, if you missed or care to revisit my other shows, I’ve listed those too for you. “Grow, Nurture and Protect Your Network and… Read more »

I invite you to view my fourth of five (3 minute) guest spots-this one on, Shifting Perspective on Biz TV Canada.

I invite you to view my fourth of five (3 minute) guest spots-this one on, Shifting Perspective on Biz TV Canada.

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“Shifting Perspective” “Practice the Power of Positive Words and Communication” “Acknowledge Your Professional and Personal Contributions” “How to Protect Your Sense of Humour” As well,… Read more »

Autumn is a Perfect Time for Reclaiming Your Professional Passion

Autumn is a Perfect Time for Reclaiming Your Professional Passion

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“If I get downsized, laid off or declared redundant, who else out there is going to hire me? Where else will I find this level of work, with this kind of salary? I’m a victim of the ‘golden handcuffs’ and I don’t know if anybody else would want my professional services!”. These are the secret fears of many a person who has approached me at the close of my keynote and workshop presentations on, Getting Passion Out of Your Profession. Also Watch BizTV and lean how to “Protect Your Sense of Humour with Nina Spencer”.

A Deuce Delight!: Serving Excellence, Serving History

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Tennis great Roger Federer challenged up-and-coming threat Andy Murray this past July 8th to win the pièce de résistance of any professional tennis season–Wimbledon. But this win wasn’t just any Wimbledon win and this pitting of pros at tennis’ most prestigious showcase wasn’t just any match up. For enthusiasts, and even fair-weather and Johnny-come-lately fans, this year’s final was something extra special to anticipate and behold. Both players had everything on the line and no matter who won, viewers were destined to have fabulous, dramatic tennis to cheer and milestone history to witness.

Fighting for Your Monday Morning Heart-Break

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One-third of employees loathe their jobs according to a Towers Perrin study of 1,100 employees polled across Canada and the United States. Employees cited boredom, overwork, concern about their future and a lack of support and recognition from their bosses as key reasons for their unhappiness. And to many, Monday mornings are the worst part of their glum workplace experience.