Pierre Battah

Pierre Battah

Pierre Battah is a long-time workplace columnist and blogger for CBC Radio One, a past TEDx presenter, and a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. Previously, he occupied senior management roles with the Atlantic Lottery Corporation, Assumption Mutual Life, and KBRS, and taught management at Mount Allison University. He has delivered hundreds of workshops and keynotes across Canada and the United States and provided counsel to tens of thousands of managers, management teams, and educational institutions.

Fluently bilingual in French and English, Pierre holds an MBA from l’Université de Moncton and a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of New Brunswick; is a certified management consultant (CMC) and a certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP); and has been awarded his CSP™ (Certified Speaking Professional) by the National Speakers Association (US). He was recognized as the HR Professional of the Year by his peers at the Human Resources Association of New Brunswick. Pierre lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Humanity at Work by Pierre Battah

Humanity at Work


Every leader has a duty to ensure their teams meet and exceed expectations and achieve strategic goals. But leaders who only focus on the bottom line risk alienating or burning out the people integral to the success of the organization. Engaged employees are more productive, have fewer sick days, and tend to stay in their jobs longer. They go the extra mile because they want to contribute to an organization that cares about them as human beings. Put simply, a leadership approach focused on both relationships and results is good for business. But what steps can leaders take to cultivate a workplace culture that is positive, engaged, and also productive? This is what CBC workplace columnist Pierre Battah tackles in Humanity at Work.

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