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One of the most common questions we get asked at P4G. And why we don’t recommend starting there.

“How do I diversify my organization?” This is something we get asked often at P4G. And when you dig in, the real question behind it is often, how can I hire more People of Colour?“ While the intention is likely coming from a good place, it’s not the question we recommend starting with. Before we …

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We will not be closing for the holiday, Monday September 19th. Here’s why.

Our team has been sitting in the gravity of what we are all living through right now. This includes the privileged, celebratory lens we are inundated with regarding the Queen’s death. We express our condolences to the Royal Family for losing a loved one. However, we cannot take this day to celebrate or mourn the …

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Leave No Doubt

We’ve always wanted to do this, but 2022 is the year we’ve intentionally made this accessible, and it feels fantastic. What are we talking about? Our pricing on our website…Seriously…here it is! Sharing how we make money allows us to live our value of “trust” and the associated behaviour of, “leaving no doubt of the …

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Welcome to Placemaking at Work

Shifting the collective consciousness of work from fear to trust. Welcome to “Placemaking at Work”. This space was designed with the intention of sharing our thoughts, learnings, and evolving perspectives on navigating the world of work, especially as it relates to people.  This is a space of authenticity and vulnerability, a space of curiosity and …

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