The Women  & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum — every year — has aimed to do one thing primarily: That’s advance women into leadership positions across the auto industry. This overarching purpose, of course, includes 2020 — the fifth year of W&A, coming up September 14 — at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. The Forum
Women & Automotive, now in its fourth year, has always been about engaging and channeling the issues top of mind for those looking to move into senior positions in auto — as well as those searching for an in to enter the industry. We want to hear from all of you — and that’s what will
Women & Automotive 2019. It’s been four years of W&A now — and the conversation has begun and continued — thanks to our speakers, sponsors and attendees! What’s ‘the conversation’, you might say? We are talking about discussions that empower Canadian women in the automotive industry. Advancing worthy candidates to leadership positions! In 2019, we
The following blog post was provided by LGM Financial Services, celebrating 20 years of innovative products, great service and fair pricing in the automotive warranty market. The post appears here with minimal edits. On March 29, 2018, major automotive industry players gathered for the third-annual Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.
There are certainly plenty of women prepared to handle the responsibilities of higher ranks in business, as this plethora of qualified women have already worked and proven themselves far more than worthy. But what about newer generations of women workers? Here is where mentorship, for both men and women, becomes an indispensable key. In a