Career Resources

Invest in yourself with an MBA

By Susie Ho – WIL Ottawa Chair Have you been thinking about doing an MBA but can’t step away from your current role to go back to school full time? With Ivey Business School’s Executive MBA program, you don’t have to! This 15-month program was designed for busy professionals and is structured so that you […]

Simple steps to build Confidence

Simple steps to build Confidence Do you ever feel like you are in this perpetual career fishbowl where judgment, critics and advice are causing the water to overflow? I certainly have, and getting to a place where I have the confidence and the skills to push through when I haven’t been on a journey. There […]

8 Morning Rituals to Enhance your Productivity and Create a Positive, Purposeful Day

Author: Annabella Feeny How do you start your day? Research has shown that what happens in the first few hours after you wake up impacts just how productive you are for the rest of the day. Although, the internet is full of morning routine ideas and examples, one size simply does not fit all. Your […]

IBM Commits to Skill 30 Million People Globally by 2030

The company announces more than 170 new partnerships and program expansions in more than 30 countries across the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa Oct 13, 2021   ARMONK, N.Y., Oct. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – IBM (NYSE: IBM) today unveiled a groundbreaking commitment and global plan to provide 30 million people of all ages with new skills needed for the jobs of tomorrow by 2030. To achieve this […]

BIPOC: What is it and why it matters

Author: Alex Przychodzki BIPOC: Black, Indigenous and people of color According to Google Trends, the use of the term “BIPOC” began to spike in May 2020 during the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. By using this acronym, it creates solidarity among Black, […]

Self Care Strategies Webinar

Strategies to charge your physical, mental, and emotional batteries so YOU can show up as the highest version of yourself and align your actions to the things that yield the best results. Presented by Heather VanMunster.  Link to webinar: HERE Heather is part of the WIL Victoria Chapter as the Chapter Co-Chair, Event Facilitator and Social […]

Finding Your Tribe

In this short video, listen to IBMer, Anne discuss her View On Bravery At Work. More Here

Power Gap in the Workplace

The Globe & Mail, reported by Robyn Doolittle & Chen Wang, published an investigative series about the Power Gap in the workplace. More details here:   

The Importance of Allyship

WIL Toronto’s Nadia Van chats with Diane Kazarian, GTA Managing Partner and National Banking Leader at PwC Canada, about the importance of allyship, sponsorship, and using your platform to support the good work of others.

Does your workplace have pay equity? 2/3 of Women Don’t Know.

Pay equity is a huge issue and barrier for women in the workforce. Companies that prioritize pay equity are seeing worker produc­tivity increase 19 percent above industry averages, while employees who perceive a pay gap are 16 percent more likely to leave their companies.  Employers that do not have pay equity risk marginalizing their women’s […]

Previous Page