Getting the Most from Your Mentor

Getting the Most from Your Mentor

“A thousand candles can be lighted from the flame of one candle.” Mahatma Gandhi Our kickoff Lean In Canada 2016 event at the end of January featured a powerful lineup of women who shared their experiences being a mentee or mentor. Each of them had unique experiences but all valued the opportunity to either guide—or […]

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Infographic: 10 Dos and Don’ts of Mentorship

Infographic: 10 Dos and Don’ts of Mentorship

Missed our last Lean In Canada event? No worries. Here’s a handy infographic with everything you need to know from our January kickoff panel on mentorship. (And, psst, save the date for our next Lean In Canada event on February 23rd in Toronto now! See you there.)  

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A new website to support our community of professional women, built by 108 ideaspace!

A new website to support our community of professional women, built by 108 ideaspace!

What an eventful week it’s been! Not only did we have our first local Toronto event of the year yesterday evening, but we have also officially launched our new website, built by our sponsor, 108 ideaspace Inc (see their case study for the site here). Our new home on the web was built to reflect […]

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Panelist Profile: Judi Hughes and Despina Zanganas Weigh In On Mentorship

Panelist Profile: Judi Hughes and Despina Zanganas Weigh In On Mentorship

It’s National Mentorship Month! In advance of our upcoming Lean In Canada Kickoff and Mentorship meeting, we sat down with panelists Judi Hughes and Despina Zanganas to discuss their own mentorship relationship, and what being a mentor and mentee means to each of their professional lives. Despina and Judi met each other over four years ago when […]

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Community Circle Profile: Sarah Kwan

Community Circle Profile: Sarah Kwan

This week, we had the chance to sit down with Lean In Canada Co-Founder, Sarah Kwan and ask her about what—and who— motivates her in her professional life.

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