“Be brave. The price of inaction is far greater than the cost of making a mistake.” – Meg Whitman, CEO, HP [Read More…]
“I think that a strong slate of women really offers Canadians a full choice and broad representation so that their full range of views are getting heard,” NDP MP Peggy Nash said. [Read More…]
In a case 15 years in the making, the Federal Court of Appeal has ruled that a Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSCA) complaint originally dismissed by the Canadian Human Rights Commission for being outside its jurisdiction did in fact deserve to be heard… The decision has seen Nav Canada edge closer to a wage discrimination payout for up to ‘several hundred’ female employees. [Read More…]
In 1980, there were no women in the top executive ranks of the Fortune 100; by 2001, 11 percent of those corporate leaders were women.
In recent years, however, the percentage of women in top management positions and on corporate boards has stalled. [Read More…]
“As a woman, it sounds exciting that women are better leaders, but I wanted to explore under what context women have more of an impact.” – Corinne Post, associate professor of management at Lehigh University’s College of Business and Economics & author of the report “When is Female Leadership an Advantage?” [Read More…]
No matter your industry — whether it’s tech, finance, business or something else — challenges will be there to meet you along the way. Who better than to inspire you with advice than an immensely talented group of women who made it big in one of the most difficult industries for women? [Read More…]
A grand vision is needed to succeed in any business venture–particularly for women. [Read More…]
When: Tuesday, November 3 and Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Where: Four Seasons Hotel, Vancouver, B.C.
To learn more visit: www.CanadianInstitute.com/WomensLeadership