Learn how to design a career that you love! In this workshop, you will learn how you can create a career that fits your skillset, interest, and lifestyle, as well as key career development, networking, and interviewing techniques.
The tech industry has often been criticized for a lack of diversity in hiring and product development. In this panel event, we will discuss this gap in diversity, the power of inclusion, and the inspiring journeys of our panelists into the tech industry.
This year had a lot of ups and downs. It's time to look back at lessons we learned in 2020, and look forward to elevating ourselves and our communities in 2021. Join us on Sunday, January 17th at 5PM EST in an event filled with stories, insight, and networking with other leaders and change-makers.
"Holding space is the practice of compassionately witnessing, accepting, and supporting someone without judgement, while retaining your boundaries and sense of self." Heather Plett has done revolutionary work around holding space in all aspects of our relationship with ourselves and others.
Public Narrative is a leadership course developed and taught at the Harvard Kennedy School by Dr. Marshall Ganz and is being adapted for this audience by Tanvi Girotra, a trainer and coach working closely with Dr. Ganz.
Join us in this panel discussion hosted by Project Empower Circle around “Amplifying the Voices of Womxn and Minority Groups in the Workplace” with Riana Singh, Deena Baikowitz, Hajer Nakua & Vicky auf der Mauer.
Lianna transformed her first-year project at McMaster into the successful Startup company called ImaginAble Solutions. She will share her experience as a woman in biomedical and mechanical engineering, and a young female entrepreneur.
Dr. Osler is a head and neck surgeon and the immediate past president of the Canadian Medical Association. Dr. Osler will speak about 'Leadership, Women & Power', and a Q&A period will follow afterwards.