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
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 June 15. We
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 — we think you might
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,
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