It is a sad day for the CLSR family today; it is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Kate Jones. Kate was an amazing person that touched the lives of many individuals, and was many things to many people; trainer, author, editor, coach; but most important, she was our friend. Kate together … Continue reading CLSR – Remembering Kate Jones
The last batch of our print catalogues is headed out today. If you haven’t gotten yours in the next week or so, let me know and I’ll make sure you get one. Even though we live in a digital age with easy access to huge amount of information literally at our fingertips, there’s something to … Continue reading CLSR Catalogues
At the end of January I had the opportunity to attend #CANNEXUS19 – A national conference for Career Development Professionals put on by the good folks at CERIC. Despite being held at the end of January, in Ottawa, quite possibly the coldest time of year, in one of the coldest cities, it was well worth … Continue reading CLSR at CANNEXUS
Do you remember that old ‘blessing’ – “May you live in interesting times?” Well, 2018 has been “interesting” indeed, but in a good way! In January we went to CANNEXUS – it really is an essential place to catch up with many of our colleagues, friends and clients, despite the winter weather that Ottawa can … Continue reading CLSR -Happy Holidays
If you’re attending Perspectives 2018 on June 11th and 12th, make sure you stop by to say hi to Brad Whitehorn… or if your manager is going, make sure to tell them to stop by. We will have a bunch of our most popular resources on display so you can have a look at them. … Continue reading Visit us at Perspectives 2018 in Toronto
Lately we’ve seen an increase in customers asking our advice on whether they should make the jump from pencil/paper-based assessments to online administration. While there is no right or wrong answer, there are definite pros and cons for each; it all comes down to what will work best for you and your clients. I’ll share … Continue reading CLSR – Paper or Plastic?
Over the years I have been asked the “why?” question – “why did you open CLSR?” The best answer comes from a conversation on an airplane... A number of years ago I was on a plane headed to a career development conference and I overheard a conversation in which a counsellor was recounting some very … Continue reading Why CLSR?