Go to the Globe and Mail homepageWhen University of Manitoba business student Dale Camuyong was nominated for – and won – an award as his school’s best co-op student of 2013, what were the qualities that so impressed his employer? Given that this employer was a bus manufacturing company, you might think that a sharply focused set of technical skills was critical. In fact, however, what New Flyer Industries cited about Camuyong’s performance was a strikingly diverse set of skills and qualities: not just human resources knowledge, but leadership, initiative, teamwork, dedication, professionalism and a sense of humour. More...