Le leadership implique la motivation d’un groupe pour atteindre un but commun; c’est une compétence pratique qui inclut la capacité de guider les autres, qu’il s’agisse de personnes ou d’organisations entières.
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Why are there so few women leaders? Weaving together scientific research and personal narrative, Alexis Kanda-Olmstead explains why women may be reluctant to take on leadership roles and what we – women and men – can do to disrupt the powerful internal forces that undermine women’s leadership aspirations and confidence.
Career resource portal for women in leadership looking for job positions. Also offers information and insight on leadership, career opportunities, mentorship and advice.
What are you going to do to promote change in your workplace and make it more inclusive and gender-neutral? Chartered Professional Accountants Canada (CPA) provides some tips to get you started.
Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO) works in partnership with Indigenous peoples to build and create environments where members of Indigenous communities can fully participate and benefit from economic growth. They are committed to providing Indigenous communities and businesses with flexible and affordable full-service solutions to support their development.
Miziwe Biik is committed to assisting all persons of Aboriginal ancestry in the GTA to attain a better quality of life. They provide training and employment opportunities in a supportive environment in which people can affirm their Aboriginal identities and develop to their fullest potential.
Making Our Way Forward shares compelling life stories and lessons learned from everyday people with diverse backgrounds. They are women, people of color, veterans, immigrants, teens, and people over the age of 50 who are embracing entrepreneurship to make their way forward.
ANNISAA is a Muslim women’s empowerment organization providing a significant benefit to the Muslim community by empowering Muslim women and girls to effectively address the challenges of integration and self-empowerment through educational enrichment, healthy living, and social development, aiming to serve women of all faiths, race, origins, ethnicities, and abilities.
Canadian Career Development Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to advance career services and the capacity of the profession to respond with empathy and skill to clients and stakeholders in an ever-changing work environment. They are a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the field of career development.
I have been reflecting a lot lately about my experiences in Canadian workplaces when I was a newcomer to Canada. Back then, I was not aware of my rights. I wanted to provide for my family, and I was told by my colleagues to never complain or speak up, otherwise I would be fired.
The pandemic combined with Alberta’s deep economic struggles have forced many women out of work. But as Heather Yourex-West explains, Virtual Gurus, a small Calgary startup run by Bobbie Racette, is helping connect small companies with workers often overlooked.
Empowering women to advance today — while changing the narrative to create a more inclusive tomorrow. For more than 25 years, Women of Influence has been telling the unfiltered success stories of a diverse group of role models. They know that when it is done right, from the podium or the page, these stories not only inspire, educate, and connect — they start to redefine our perceptions of gender roles and abilities. They call this changing the narrative.
This is a space for all women and non-binary identifying people in the College community to share experiences, ideas and opportunities that foster the fulfillment of personal and professional goals.
Women Deliver is a leading global advocate that champions gender equality and the health and rights of girls and women. Their advocacy drives investment—political and financial— in the lives of girls and women. They harness evidence and unite diverse voices to spark commitment to gender equality.