My evidence is anecdotal, but some anecdotal evidence is more sound than others.  You be the judge. I’m a licensed social worker, mental health specialist, and a depression survivor. My experience in the profession has taught me to both appreciate …

Escape Depression Without Meds Read more »

(or even: Why you should join Twitter or start a blog immediately) Note: This post contains GCPEDIA links only accessible within the Government of Canada network. Not long ago, I made the acquaintance of a young, energized public servant.  I …

Dr. Govlove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Blog Read more »

So, it’s a month to the day since I posted my most recent tirade against Facebook, but this time I’m writing to report that I finally kicked Mark Zuckerberg’s travesty to the curb.  Granted, there wasn’t much left there to delete… …

Goodbye Facebook Read more »

I’ve lost count of the number of times over the last decade that I’ve watched presentations that make reference to the generational differences in workplace motivation between the Baby Boomers and the younger generations of X (~1961 to ~1981) and …

I can be led, so lead me. Read more »