Date: March 21, 2017, 3:00 pmVenue: Virtual Event
Promising Practices for Tackling the Topic of Women’s Advancement Head On.
Today, women account for over 60% of undergraduate degrees in Canada. In fact, they have accounted for more than 50% of undergraduate degrees since … 1980! So why are there only a fraction of CEO positions held by women? We have more research on the benefits of having more women at the top than we know what to do with, yet the pace of change is glacial. The truth of the matter is that gender parity won’t happen on its own.
Employers need to tackle this issue head on or nothing will change. Yet there is significant resistance to creating programs that target women…mostly from women themselves. This webinar will tackle the topic head on, and will present best practices on how to create a successful women’s advancement program to help achieve real change in our lifetime.
|Deanna Matzanke is the Director, Measurement and Analytics for CCDI. She is a bilingual Strategic HR and Diversity Professional and employment lawyer with over 20 years’ experience in all aspects of minority inclusion and employment systems and practices. She is a certified Global Professional in Human Resources (from the Human Resources Certification Institute) and holds her Human Capital Strategist designation (with the Human Capital Institute). She also specializes in Human Resources Policy and Compliance Frameworks. She is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and workshop facilitator on all aspects of diversity, inclusion and human resources. Most recently, she acted as the head of Diversity and Inclusion in the Global HR function at Scotiabank where she was responsible for a wide range of employment strategies.|
|Thursday, March 9, 2017||12pm – 1pm ET||Deanna Matzanke||English||HR||2.0|
|Tuesday, March 14, 2017||12pm – 1pm ET||Anne-Marie Marcotte||French||HR||2.0|
|Tuesday, March 21, 2017||3pm – 4pm ET||Deanna Matzanke||English||General||1.0|
|Thursday, March 23, 2017||3pm – 4pm ET||Anne-Marie Marcotte||French||General||1.0|
Feel free to contact us at anytime should you have any questions.