JLT - Knowledge Transfer Event a Huge Success!!
Last week we kicked off our 90th Anniversary Year with a celebration of women as civic leaders as part of the fourth Knowledge Transfer Series event.
Susan Hay (Broadcaster, Global TV) moderated a panel discussion about success, failure and what it takes to get to the top with Sheila Botting (Partner & National Real Estate Leader, Deloitte), Magali Harvey (Canadian Women’s Rugby Team) and Ellen Rose (President, AJLI).
Attended by members, non-members and even the AJLI board, the evening was well received and was featured in a short segment on Global News. http://bit.ly/1KQev1p
Watch this space for more on this event...
The Junior League of Toronto Opens Doors for Communities in Need: Developing Civic Leaders is our Key.
Congratulations Junior League of Toronto members for completing over 890 hours of civic leadership training!
Members benefitted from a number of leadership development opportunities for the 2014-15 league year including: 411 for Chairs; Robert’s Rule of Process, Negotiation Skills: How to Avoid Clash and Burn; The Art of the Cocktail: Business Skills For the Social Arena; Board Governance, and Issue-Based Community Impact.
We would like to thank the following donors who supported the Junior League of Toronto to develop the potential of women by supporting training events:
Nouman Ashraf, Research Fellow at the Desautels Centre for Integrative Thinking, Rotman School of Management. Click Here for bio.
Lynne Mackay, Principal,Mackay Bryne Group Inc. www.mbg.ca Click Here for bio.
Lucas Manuel, Vice President, Asset Management, Slate Properties
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