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 June 19 — at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. The Forum
Mentorship. Workplace technology. Company culture. Conscious leadership. Securing the corner office. We could go on. As a leaders in the automotive industry, what’s your specialty? What insight do you have to offer other leaders,  or those still working their way up? Respond to the Women & Automotive Call for Speakers today! Closes April 17 .
Team meetings when the spark for Women & Automotive was first born. Thoughts that launched an initiative. The Canadian auto industry veterans that shared our team’s vision — and helped proliferate its goals. All of these played key roles in the launch and success of Women & Automotive. It certainly doesn’t seem like it could
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
The Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum 2020 opened its Call for Speakers last week, and the team at W&A is looking for the best talent and most inspiring leaders to fill out the day-long June 19 event. Women & Automotive will once again be held conveniently in a one-day format in downtown Toronto at
It’s a new decade. It’s a fresh slate. But, likely many of the same challenges — and opportunities — that existed in 2019 still remain as we kick off the next 10 years. But, with a new year also comes new chances to explore, make discoveries and facilitate breakthroughs to tackle those challenges and take advantage
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
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