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Event Roundup: Breaking Invisible Rules of Business That Trip Women Up

Lean In Canada’s Toronto chapter celebrated yet another sold out event at the Spoke Club for May’s “Breaking Invisible Rules of Business That Trip Women Up.” The event featured speakers Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk who challenged audience members to shake things up in order to move farther in their careers. The talk was based […]

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Event Roundup: Take Charge of Your Career

This sold out event at the Spoke Club generated thoughts, ideas and comments about what it means to take charge of your career as a woman. What strategies do women use to advance, negotiate and secure roles? Senior director of Catalyst, Vandana Juneja, explored with us through data and research what women can do to […]

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The April Syllabus: Leaning in through Media

The Syllabus is comprised of books, movies, podcasts, and articles loved by the Lean In Canada team. We want to make it easier to engage with media that grants complexity to women, that is focused on broader representation, and that brings us closer to gender equality. Have a recommendation that should be included in The […]

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Five Secrets to Success from Five Successful Women

As more women embrace the idea of leadership in their professional community, we here at Lean In Canada wanted to share some great quotes and advice from five successful women.  These women achieved top tier executive positions at world renowned corporations and have shared how they did it with the rest of us! 1. Pick […]

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Member Spotlight: Melissa Hwang

Melissa Hwang has been in the tech industry for several years and is currently working at Facebook Canada. Melissa has also developed a personal brand as an influencer through social media. You can find her on various social platforms through her handle @melhwang.   What Does ‘Leaning In’ Mean To You? Leaning In means so […]

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