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Lorna Borenstein, CEO Grokker Inc - From "Your Big Break to a Big Mistake"
Whitney Johnson - Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work
The Judy Project
Past participants discuss why The Judy Project is a valuable investment.
Business Edge Participant Outcomes
Business Edge graduates discuss the benefits and outcomes of their experience in the program.
Why Business Edge?
Capitalize on diverse perspectives, enriching the leadership pipeline for tomorrow.
Helping women advance their careers
Beatrix Darti is executive director of the Women's Initiative
Rotman Initiative for Women in Business
Professor Beatrix Dart on the need for the Initiative.
Time for a New Kind of Leader: Kirstine Stewart, Managing Director, Twitter Canada
"Queen Bee Syndrome", Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada
Recorded March 7, 2013 at Women on Boards: Gaining Momentum. Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada, shares her experiences.
Understanding the "Unwritten Rules"
Professor Beatrix Dart, Executive Director of the Initiative for Women in Business, discusses the "unwritten rules" in business and how they can impact your career.
What about men?
Professor Beatrix Dart, Associate Dean, Executive MBA Programs and Executive Director, Rotman Initiative for Women in Business, discusses why engaging men in the Initiative's activities is so important.
Why do networks matter?
Tiziana Casciaro discusses how networks are different for men and women.
Women-only versus co-ed executive programs
Associate Professor Tiziana Casciaro compares and contrasts women's and co-ed executive development programs. She discusses the unique value that can be added to the experience in women-only classroom settings.
Beatrix Dart | LinkedIn Pulse | November 30, 2016
Beatrix Dart | LinkedIn Pulse | September 20, 2016
Beatrix Dart, founder of the Initiative for Women in Business along with two alumni from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management are among the one hundred prominent women named to the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) list of Canada’s Most Powerful Women for 2016.
Melissa Campeau | Discussion & Analysis Magazine | July/August 2015
TIZIANA CASCIARO | Globe & Mail | May 26, 2015It’s been a frustratingly slow journey for women in business leadership.
Mary Teresa Bitti | Financial Post | October 1, 2014 Diversity and the need for more of it, particularly at the top of organizations, is getting a lot of academic, government and media attention.
CBC Doc Zone | December 4, 2014Why would a recent article in The Atlantic called “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All” create such an international sensation?
Amy Stupavsky | U of T Magazine | Autumn 2013Rotman’s programs for women help bolster careers and leadership abilities
Charlotte Clarke | FT.com | MARCH 3, 2013 An initiative aimed at female professional immigrants has been unexpectedly successful
Geeta Sheker | IEDP.com | February 19 2013A female answer to the old boy's network
WomenWorthWatching.com | November 2, 2012I believe that investing in business education is one of the most important steps a woman can take to advance her career.
FT.com | MAY 15, 2012The executive director advises women to be aware of stereotypes and biases in their work environment
LEAH EICHLER | The Globe and Mail | April 13, 2012Quick: Close your eyes and think of a visionary business leader. Is your example male or female?
Brynna Leslie | Advisor.ca | January 24, 2012As Canada’s population ages, employers have become increasingly aware of the need to develop and retain highly-skilled women to ward off the impending skills shortage.
Beatrix Dart | HuffingtonPost.ca | July 13, 2011
Karen Mazurkewich | Financial Post | Feb. 19, 2010This year, American women will pass a major milestone: They will surpass men in the workplace.
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