It’s just a bit over a week away from this year’s Women & Automotive: A Canadian Leadership Forum, and our team is excited to once again open the discussion for insight & info sharing, strategizing and networking in an effort to empower women into more leadership roles in auto. And what’s particularly interesting about an
In two weeks, the fourth Women & Automotive: A Canadian Leadership Forum comes once again to the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. The event, scheduled for March 21, after the Auto Remarketing Canada Conference, began back in 2016 and has grown every year since. Consequently, in this blog post, I want to take you down
When beginning to brainstorm about Women & Automotive 2019 ideas, our team read one headline that resonated with us early on in the agenda planning process. That was one from Business Insider: “There are only 25 women CEOs in the Fortune 500 — Here’s the Full List.” If anyone else is underwhelmed by that number; you’re
We are deep into February — and closer to the Women & Automotive event — and as we put the final touches on our agenda (which recently went live!), our team turns its collective focus to spreading the word and gathering the best audience yet for the fourth year of Women & Automotive: A Canadian
When the team at Women & Automotive sat down to the drawing board to craft this year’s agenda, we wanted to tackle the big issues, the ones in the industry that we can’t afford to ignore. And after reviewing the Women & Automotive 2019 agenda — now live at womenandautomotive.com — we think you might
We wanted to start Women & Automotive 2019 with a bang, with fresh new content and perspective — and most of all, with information that would resonate and stick with our audience. That’s why this year, Rhiannon Rosalind, President, CEO and Owner of The Economic Club of Canada, and Founder of The Jr. Economic Club
We all know good leaders can make or break a company. Just think about some of the largest companies today — they have prominent, involved leaders — think Amazon’s Jeff Bezos or YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, for example. But it takes more than brains and strategy to be a good leader. Qualities like mental strength,
Since launching the Women & Automotive: Canadian Leadership Forum in 2016, Cherokee Media Group has honored and recognized a group of Canada’s leading women in automotive each year through our Women & Automotive: Profiles in Leadership program. Not only have these groups been recognized in the January/February editions of the Auto Remarketing Canadamagazine, but they have also been
As Women & Automotive 2019’s agenda evolves and solidifies, one thing is clear: Women in auto are interested, engaged and involved. That’s clear through the professionals that have already reached out this year to contribute insight, suggest topics, or reach out to speak at this years Women & Automotive: A Canadian Leadership Forum. #AutoWomenLead is
Leadership. Mentorship. Empowerment. What do those all have in common? They are the three pillars and guiding values of Women & Automotive: A Canadian Leadership Forum. It’s what it takes to make it in any industry, let alone automotive. But these qualities, as many of us know, are particularly crucial to those trying to make