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Merge’s latest column for The Globe & Mail was How to inspire the close-to-retirement employee which published in the online edition on August 20 and in the print edition of The Report on Business on August 29. Subsequently, 1310 News Radio Ottawa’s popular talk show host Ed Hand invited Merge to be on his weekday morning show Talk to the Hand.

Talk to the Hand: Motivating workers near retirement

First aired on 1310 News Radio in September 2014

Total time - 9:00 minutes

Copyright © 2014 Rogers Media

Merge’s column series on “generations in the workplace” in The Globe & Mail continues to be wildly popular and this radio interview followed the June 13 publication of Want respect, millennials? Here’s how to earn it.

The Bill Good Show on CKNW 980 NewsTalk Vancouver

First aired on CKNW 980 NewsTalk Vancouver on June 18, 2014

Total time - 17:43 minutes

Copyright © 2014 980 NewsTalk

Following the viral storm created by Merge’s column Four things Millennials hate about you in The Globe & Mail on March 31, 2014, several radio stations interviewed Merge. Below are links to some of those interviews:

With Paul Ladd on the World Christian Broadcasting Network

First aired on shortwave worldwide in April 2014

Total time – 6:00 minutes

Copyright © 2014 WCB

Alberta Morning with Chris dela Torre on CBC Canada Radio One

First aired on CBC Radio One on April 21, 2014

Total time – 7:22 minutes

Copyright © 2014 CBC Canada Radio One

 

Moore in the Morning with John Moore on 1010 Newstalk Toronto

First aired on 1010 Newstalk on April 8, 2014

Total time – 4:35 minutes

Copyright © 2014 1010 Newstalk

Talk To The Hand with Ed Hand on 1310 News Ottawa

First aired on 1310 News Radio on April 8, 2014

Total time – 7:42 minutes

Copyright © 2014 1310 News Radio

The Gary Doyle Show on 570 News Radio in Kitchener/Waterloo

First aired on 570 News Radio on April 2, 2014

Total time – 13:32 minutes

Copyright © 2014 570 News Radio

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Bite-sized leadership insights over the airwaves

Over the span of three years, Merge was the popular voice behind the national CBC radio column – The Softer Side of Business. Heard coast-to-coast weekday mornings every two weeks on Canada’s CBC Radio One, she developed a modest following as business people across the country tuned in to listen to a bite-sized practical nugget of information that would help them enhance their professional and personal success. A selection of some of those broadcasts follow.

Saying no without feeling guilty

First aired on CBC Radio One on February 14, 2001
With an introduction by Bernie McNamee.

Total time – 2:29 minutes

Copyright © 2001 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Build up their confidence

First aired on CBC Radio One on December 6, 2000
With an introduction by Bernie McNamee.

Total time – 2:29 minutes

Copyright © 2001 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Communicating Bad News

First aired on CBC Radio One on June 7, 2000

Total time – 1:57 minutes

Copyright © 2000 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Begin with the end in mind

First aired on CBC Radio One on May 24, 2000

Total time – 2:05 minutes

Copyright © 2000 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Effective meetings

First aired on CBC Radio One on May 10, 2000

Total time – 2:03 minutes

Copyright © 2000 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

That which gets rewarded gets done

First aired on CBC Radio One on March 15, 2000

Total time – 2:09 minutes

Copyright © 2000 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Acknowledge others

First aired on CBC Radio One on December 1, 1999

Total time – 2:14 minutes

Copyright © 1999 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

Are you expecting enough?

First aired on CBC Radio One on October 6, 1999

Total time – 2:28 minutes

Copyright © 1999 CBC Radio; presented courtesy of CBC Radio Canada

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