Women in Business

Women in Business Series - Lunch and Learn

Join Community Futures Wood Buffalo for Virtual Lunch and Learns.  Topics include:

  • Understanding Mental Health
  • How to Make an Impact on Social Media
  • Leading Yourself to Lead Others in the Face of Covid-19
  • Gratitude Practice
  • An Introduction to Lean Canvas
  • How to Instantly Lift Your Mood
  • Introverts, Extroverts and Social Distancing
  • Leader, Reader and Cheerleader
  • Banishing the Leader's Sense of the Imposter Syndrome
  • The Link Between Employee Engagement and Retention
  • And more!!!

When: Thursdays 

Time: 12:15-12:45pm

Cost: Free

Lunch and Learns are hosted by Community Futures Wood Buffalo and powered by Project Gazelle.

For more information, contact Community Futures Wood Buffalo at 780-791-0330 ext. 3 or via email at projectgazelle [at] albertacf.com.

 

Women's Business Connect - Resilence, Women and Leadership

Accepting the role of leader requires a commitment to the cause, stamina to face the challenges, and skills to stay steady and move forward. Too many women wait until they feel confident to say yes. You will be reminded that you are a resilient woman and can choose to feel the fear and step up to lead or lead more in your own way.

When: Wednesday, October 21

Time: 12:00-1:30pm

Cost: FREE

Register: eventbrite

Speaker: Patricia Morgan

With a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, Patricia Morgan works with individuals and organizations who want to strengthen their everyday resilience. Audiences describe Patricia’s message as meaningfully fun, surprisingly insightful and delightfully uplifting.

Her eight books include From Woe to WOW: How Resilient Women Succeed at Work and the Canadian bestseller, Frantic Free: 167 Ways to Lighten Up and Calm Down. Patricia was named a Woman of Vision by Global TV and is a recipient of the Spirit of CAPS (Canadian Association of Professional Speakers) for her contribution to the Canadian speaking industry.

This event is brought to you in partnership by:

S. Millard Chartered Accounting, Community Futures Wood Buffalo and StartUp YMM.

 

Project Gazelle - New Program Supporting Women Entrepreneurs

The Government of Canada is advancing women’s economic empowerment with the first ever Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES), a $2-billion investment that seeks to double the number of women-owned businesses by 2025.

Community Futures Wood Buffalo is pleased to announce a new program that will be implemented with funding from the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy delivered by Western Economic Diversification Canada.  In partnership with Community Futures Lloydminster and Region, CFWB will be expanding business incubation services in northern Alberta and northwestern Saskatchewan. Through the development of enhanced programming and coaching, Project Gazelle will support female entrepreneurship in the RMWB region.  Stay tuned to learn more about this viable initative.

For more details, see the Government of Canada news release

 

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