Monday, January 29, 2018
The Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy, the Ted Rogers Leadership Centre, and the MBA student group WILA (“Women in Leadership Association”) invite you to attend the following breakfast roundtable discussion group on January 29, 2018.
“The Gender Gap: Increasing Representation of Women in Middle Management, in the C-Suite, and on the Board”
Join an intimate group of your peers for a discussion-based event where we will explore the challenges and opportunities for organizations to improve their gender diversity. Topics for discussion will include structural and cultural challenges for organizations of all sizes, along with the implications the issue has for educational organizations.
This will be a moderated event without a formal presentation. Instead, our moderator, Leanne Nicolle, will be present to guide the discussion, and to pose questions to encourage further insights.
Leanne Nicolle is The Ted Rogers School of Management’s first Executive in Residence, Inclusive Leadership. Her lifelong passion as a globally minded social innovator has taken her storied career from the private to the public sector, with a primary focus on raising awareness of young girl’s issues and rights. A social innovator, changemaker and advocate for girls and woman, she has dedicated her career to driving societal change to improve women’s well – being in athletics, education and the workplace. The event will be held on January 29, 2018 from 8:00 – 9:15 in Room No. TRS 1-003 (CPA Student Lounge,7th Floor, right beside elevators) at the Ted Rogers School of Management, 55 Dundas Street West, Toronto.
We note that this event is qualified for 1.0 Substantive Hours under the Rules of the Law Society of Ontario.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy looks forward to keeping in touch with electronic messages containing event invitations, newsletters and other information.