May 15, 2014 – Olga Kotelko

THE WAY TO HAPPINESS & HEALTH

Olga Kotelko 160x180with Olga Kotelko, Super Athlete in International track and field – at the age of 95

Can We Turn Back the Clock?

Olga Kotelko is a Super Athlete actively competing in International Track

May 14, 2014 – Conrad Guelke

NELSON MANDELA’S LEADERSHIP

Conrad Guelkewith Conrad Guelke, Chair of the Council of Elders of the David Suzuki Foundation

Reflections for the Workplace

Nelson Mandela will go down in history as one of the leading statesmen of the 20th Century. His

Apr. 17, 2014 – Candace Plattor

ADDICTION IN THE WORKPLACE
Candace Plattor 160x180with Candace Plattor, Addiction Therapist
Being At Choice Consultants

Adding Spirit to the Mix

Whether in a family or in the workplace, when we care about a person who is struggling with an

Apr. 9, 2014 – Micheal Vonn

PRIVACY AS PUBLIC GOOD

Micheal Vonn 160X180with Micheal Vonn, lawyer and the Policy Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association

“Nothing to Hide” as defined by?

For many of us, privacy is emerging as the most critical civil and human rights

Mar. 20, 2014 – Robert Attwell

ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSION
Rob Attwell 2 160x180with Rob Attwell, Founder/COO of myBestHelper

The Digital World Needs Ramps Too

We are living in an increasingly digital and connected world that enriches our lives and can contribute to us being more productive. Information and

Mar. 12, 2014 – Thomas Gale

WORKPLACE ETHICS TRAINING

Tim Gale 160x180with Thomas Gale, Pilot, Training Captain and Human Factors team member

Professional Dark Matter

As a member of the Jazz Aviation Human Factors Team, Thomas Gale teaches pilots, about the human factors of being a “professional”

Feb. 20, 2014 – Steven Epperson

INTEGRITY IN RELIGION

Steven Epperson 160X180
with Steven Epperson, Ph.D. Minister of the Unitarian Church of Vancouver

Responding to Mental/Emotional Distress

According to the Mental Health Commission of Canada, “in any given year, about one in five people living in Canada will

Feb. 12, 2014 – Mark Wexler

SIN TAXES & PERMISSIBLE VICE

Mark Wexler 160x180with Mark Wexler, Ph.D., Professor of Business Ethics and Management at the Beedie School of Business SFU

The Shifting Meaning of Social Legitimacy

Mark Wexler will explore the manner in which secular forms of

Jan. 8, 2014 – Susan Cox

HUMAN MEDICAL TESTING

Susan Cox

with Susan Cox, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar


What are the Ethical Implications?

In Canada and elsewhere there is considerable effort is devoted to the ethical review of health research

Jan. 16, 2014 – Gary Harper

HEROES NEED NOT APPLY

Gary Harper 160x180
with Gary Harper, principal of Harper and Associates

Empowering the Victim in Conflict

Those of us who work in the helping professions must frequently work with clients who are ensconced in the “victim mode” of