Top 25 Women of Influence Luncheon – Meet Canada’s Most Accomplished Role Models
Official Keynote Speaker: The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs
On December 10 we celebrate the 2018 Top 25 Women of Influence and offer an incredible opportunity to meet Canada's Most Accomplished Role Models. Join us in celebrating this inspiring group, with a keynote speech from 2017 and 2018 recipient, The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
These women represent a variety of sectors, career stages, and contributions to women’s advancement. Their unique accomplishments are impossible to compare against each other, which is why the Top 25 is designed as a celebration rather than a ranking. Community is more important than competition. Add to Cart
Design Your Next Chapter: An Evening of Reinvention with Debbie Travis
Are you on the cusp of change? Perhaps you are looking to pivot on the road to corporate advancement, launch an entrepreneurial dream or discover post-career purpose. If you're in the midst of transition, join us on December 11th for an extraordinary evening of insight and inspiration with a master of reinvention, the iconic Debbie Travis.
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Join Trish Wheaton and Marge Watters, for a unique and innovative program designed for late-career senior professional women who want to stand on the shoulders of their professional selves to purposefully envision and plan their next phase — and make it their ‘Primetime’. With the purchase of the Primetime Package, you'll have access to the full-day seminar, three one-on-one coaching sessions, and a 25% discount on all LEANING OUT Breakfast Workshops.
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The LEANING OUT Getting on a Board workshop is led by Deborah Rosati, an experienced Corporate Director as well as Founder and CEO of Women Get on Board Inc. The workshop will provide insights on how to get yourself on a board by becoming board-ready. It focuses on a realistic assessment of your skills, experience and value you would bring to a board. Add to Cart
LEANING OUT: Moving to the Not-For-Profit and Charitable Sector
Learn about transitioning into the not-for-profit and charitable sector in this breakfast workshop led by Cathy Preston. As President and Founder of Preston Human Capital Group, she has built a reputation for helping for profit leaders evolve into a career with meaning. In this session you will be introduced to several amazing leaders who have evolved into the not-for-profit and charitable sector and get a glimpse into their reality along with some key recommendations on how to prepare. Add to Cart
Learn about launching your own entrepreneurial venture in this breakfast workshop led by Marge Watters. As Founder of KWA Partners (now Optimum Talent), a top five career management firm, she can guide you in turning your skills, knowledge, and ideas into your own business.
What do a Canadian Treasure Hunter, an Argentine Winemaker, a Mexican Environmentalist and a Peruvian Inca all have in common? A trailblazing spirit that has driven them to defy established norms and challenge the status-quo of their distinct cultural realities to rise to top leadership positions.
Taking place during the PDAC 2019 Convention, the World's Premier Mineral Exploration and Mining Convention where 25,000 global professionals meet in Toronto and in celebration of International Women’s Day, the Women of Influence Luncheon Series and Women Who Rock are partnering to shine a spotlight on The Americas Diversity story by sharing the unique perspectives of these four groundbreaking leaders. Add to Cart
Tina Brown, Founder and CEO, Live Media and Women in the World
Former Editor-in-Chief - Tatler, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker
Tina Brown is an award-winning journalist, editor, author, and founder of the Women in the World summits. Between 1979 and 2001, she was editor-in-chief of Tatler, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and authored the 2007 best-selling biography of the Princess of Wales, The Diana Chronicles. In 2000, she was awarded the honor of Commander of the Order of the British Empire by the Queen for her services to journalism. In 2007 she was inducted into the Magazine Editors' Hall of Fame. Add to Cart