The 7th Annual Women in Leadership and Business Conference on April 18th & 19th, 2016, is a national, 2-day interactive learning and professional development event being held at White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The platform of the conference is: Grow your Business and Advance your Career. The event is designed to engage delegates with speakers and other attendees and includes a total of 12 workshops and keynotes that allows for participation in discussion groups and networking. Keynote and workshop topics focus on current leadership and business topics from experts, authors and accomplished business people from around Canada and the US.
The 200+ delegates that this conference, are made up of 79% senior corporate executives and 21% established entrepreneurs from across Canada. This high caliber group of delegates hold positions ranging from CEO to Vice Presidents, Directors, Owners and Partners from industries including finance, education, health care, media, marketing, communications, technology, consumer goods and services, government and manufacturing.
April 18th & 19th, 2016
White Oaks Conference Resort & Spa
Multiple ticket options are available!
How can people register?
Register online at: http://wilbconference.com/register-for-ontario/ or call our office at: 905.988.5555
What will attendees learn?
The 2016 Women in Leadership and Business Conference (WIL-B) proudly presented by Results Continuum Inc., is Canada’s 2-day national learning forum designed for leaders, managers and entrepreneurs who want to advance their career or grow their business by proactively pursuing their own professional and personal development.
- Strengthen your leadership skills
- Have greater influence and impact in your role and team
- Market your skills and your business
- Be heard in meetings
- Get noticed by clients, peers and your industry
- Gain valuable influencing skills
- Grow your business and market share by differentiating
- Increase your likelihood for promotion
Experience a focused learning experience over two days with no extra travel, no evenings, no homework and a variety of learning opportunities. Engaging presentation formats include keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive workshops in a relaxed yet professional learning environment. Time is devoted to exploring topics with time for discussion, questions and collaboration and to balancing public forums with private meeting areas for deeper discussion, team planning and connections.
Do you have a special offer or incentive for WIBN members to attend?
Women in Biz Network members can register for a full conference ticket using promo code: WIBN2016 to receive a preferred rate of $999 + HST until March 10, 2016.
Clara Hughes, Six-Time Olympic Medalist | Mental Health Advocate
“Being a champion is not just about winning,” says six-time Olympic medalist Clara Hughes. Believing that actions off the track define us as much as those on it, Hughes inspires people toward success in all areas of their lives. Her candid, personal talks range from how she believes sports can change lives to her struggle with depression—fully embodying the idea that each of us can overcome challenges to become the champions we’re meant to be.
Hughes is the only Canadian to have won medals in both the Summer and the Winter Olympics: in the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, she received two bronze medals in cycling; and over the course of three Winter Olympic Games, she received four medals—one gold, one silver, and two bronze—in speed skating. In addition, she served as the Canadian flag bearer for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games’ opening ceremony, and represented Canada with distinction at the London Summer Olympic Games in 2012, before retiring as an Olympian.
In 2014, Hughes yet again figured prominently in the eyes of Canadians as the national spokesperson for Bell Let’s Talk, a campaign designed to end the stigma of mental health issues. Undertaking “Clara’s Big Ride,” Hughes completed a 110-day national bicycle tour through every province and territory in Canada. As part of the ride, she covered more than 11,000km and visited 105 communities along the way.
Hughes is also the author of the bestselling and acclaimed memoir, Open Heart, Open Mind.
Over the course of her distinguished career, Hughes has won countless awards and accolades. She was named Female Athlete of the Year by Speed Skating Canada; she received the International Olympic Committee’s Sport and Community Trophy; she was honoured with a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame; she was inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame; and she was named an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Hughes sits on the International Board of Directors for Right To Play, a global organization that uses the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity. She holds honorary doctorates from the University of Manitoba, the University of British Columbia, and the University of Alberta.