Do you ever feel the unreasonableness of the opposite sex makes your office life more difficult than it has to be? Understand the opposite sex at work.
Personal growth vs. career goals. Women say one is more important—and it’s not the one you think.
Study showed that the way women operate as directors often contributed to a company’s success, raising the question of why women are still in the minority in Canada’s corporate boardrooms.
McKinsey’s Women Matter research explores the role women play in the global workplace. In this video, McKinsey partners Joanna Barsh, Sandrine Devillard, Emily Lawson and Jin Wang recount the progress women have made in reaching the executive suite.
International Women’s Day special: If women and girls everywhere were treated as equal to men in rights, dignity, and opportunity, we would see political and economic progress everywhere
WOI Exclusive Blog: People think they need more energy to achieve greatness, I propose taking better control of the energy you have. By Dr. Haley Perlus (PhD)
Recently a trifecta of unrelated events took place reflecting a cultural shift in the perception of women in leadership roles. By LEAH EICHLER via The Globe and Mail
The rise of women to the top positions of political power in their provinces appears set to continue as Sandra Pupatello and Kathleen Wynne took the lead in the race to replace Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.
Here are my top six tips on how to get noticed, get hired, or get just about anything you want by Erica Dhawan via FORBESWOMAN
Call for Applications! The Cartier Women’s Initiative Award is a business plan competition aimed at supporting creative, financially sustainable and responsible women-led companies, in all countries and industries.
Women of Influence Board Member Connie Clerici, President & CEO of Closing the Gap Healthcare Group is honoured with Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
POST CITY MAGAZINE | NOVEMBER 2012
Some people seem to do it all. Of course, having a degree in architecture and the experience of an interior designer certainly helps cover some ground. Dee Dee Taylor Eustace, architect, interior designer, business owner, mom, media personality and writer is one of those people who thrive on getting it all done.
NOV 19, 2012 ● TORONTO
Maple Leaf Angels (MLA) and CanWIT, a division of CATA Alliance, present investment opportunities in women-led early stage technology companies.
A panel of women in technology leaders will kick off the event, followed by an exciting early stage technology company investment opportunity presentation.
Successful applicants will be appointed to the Board by the Minister of State (Sport) for terms beginning in the summer of 2013 to manage the affairs and business of the SDRCC.
Catalyst Canada will pay tribute to this year’s recipients of The Catalyst Canada Honours, including Top 25 Women of Influence™ 2012 Winner: Jane Allen, Partner & Chief Diversity Officer, Deloitte Canada.
What you win: 2 tickets to Deloitte Women of Influence Luncheon ft. Margaret Atwood on September 17th Access to VIP reception where you can meet Margaret! How to enter: Join the Women of Influence Community and submit your response by emailing [email protected] with the correct answer to this question: Which high school did Margaret Atwood […]
Congratulations to all of the winners of the annual ranking of the most influential women in Canada. Stay tuned to see which Top 25 Women of Influence winners will grace the cover of the Winter Issue of Women of Influence Magazine based on your votes. Business Kirstine Stewart Executive Vice-President, English Services Canadian Broadcasting Corporation […]
The Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT), Toronto Chapter, presents “Empowering Women in the Global Supply Chain” with Angela Marshall Hofmann, Vice President, Walmart Global Integrated Sourcing and Trade.
Congratulations to all the winners from the event May 24 in New York City!
Insights and Lessons from Senior Executive Women at the Top by Lisa Heidman, LLB.
The Top 25 Women of Influence represent the best of the best. These accomplished women are chosen by Women of Influence based on previous recognition, quantifiable data and on their contributions in either Health, NGO, Public, Professional Services or Business fields. Recommend a woman today!
Women of Influence President & CEO, Carolyn Lawrence, discusses why women should stop downplaying their strengths and attributing their professional achievements to luck.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Young Women of Influence Evening Series Event featuring Angela Self and Alison Griffiths! To view photos from the event, visit the Women of Influence Facebook Page. Here’s a reminder of the advice they gave us in order to increase our financial independence and take control of our savings: […]
Thank you to all who attended the Deloitte Women of Influence Luncheon and spent March 8th, International Women’s Day in Toronto, with Sarah Richardson, HGTV host, interior designer, and entrepreneur.