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The Changing Face of Canada’s Workforce
On the day after International Women’s Day, we were joined by three important women in our community, our Chair, Donna Fagon-Pascal, Councillor Rowena Santos and Usha Srinivasan Director, Ryerson Venture Zone to take part in a panel discussion on the findings of a report completed by Pink Attitude Evolution, about South Asian Women in the Canadian workforce, and challenges and opportunities they face.
Pink Attitude Evolution was founded in 2015 as the first non-profit organization of its kind in Canada where women of South-Asian origin are empowered to achieve their full potential in their chosen endeavours.
Emotional Intelligence skills are critical for building relationships and teams, resolving conflict, solving problems, leading effectively and building resilience.
In this session, you will receive an overview of the Emotional Quotient Inventory [EQ-i 2.0] that is based on decades of research to support effective human performance and development.
The She-Covery Project
Confronting the Gendered Economic Impacts of COVID-19 in Ontario
The COVID-19 crisis is having a disproportionate economic impact on women. There are several reasons for this.
This policy brief lays out a path to Ontario’s “she-covery” by examining data on the gendered labour market impacts of the pandemic and offering policy solutions to confront both the immediate and longer-term challenges.
Getting Noticed in a Digital World
Dalia Mazhar, Postmedia Solutions joins the Brampton Board of Trade businesswomen’s networking group to talk about marketing in our current environment.