IWD: Challenging Workplace Norms for Better Roles & Opportunities | Mar. 5

| February 23, 2021 (LIVE)
Submitted by Lisa Keenan for CPD

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In honour of International Women’s Day, Ten Thousand Coffees is hosting a panel of female talent leaders from adidas, RBC, AIG, IBM, and Facebook to discuss how we can manage and overcome gender-based hurdles in our career.

We aim to celebrate the achievements of women & female identifying people and create an inclusive workplace for all. So, please join us to learn more about how we can #ChooseToChallenge workplace norms and build an environment where women can thrive. Please bring your questions and ask the panelists at the event!

What you will learn at this event:

  • tips for women to manage early-career transitions for long-term career success
  • how to manage gender-based hurdles in the workplace
  • how to be an ally and mentor/sponsor

Event Details: 

  • Fri. March 5
  • 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. (EST)
  • Cisco Webex. Info will be provided to confirmed attendees.

Our Esteemed Panel of Guests:

  • Bridget T King, Talent Acquisition Manager Early Professional Hiring, IBM
  • Vicki Ng, Senior Manager, North America Future Talent Acquisition, adidas
  • Kelly Pereira, Senior Vice President, Talent Strategy & Solutions, RBC
  • Elaine Rocha, Chief of Staff to President, AIG
  • Panel Moderator: Wahab Owolabi, Diversity Business Partner, Facebook

Please register on DeGroote Connections Cafe/ Ten Thousand Coffees.

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