Archives by Tag 'alliances'

Why We Need More Women in Capital Markets

By - Last updated: Thursday, May 26, 2016

The following post was written by Warren Thomson Sr EVP & CIO, Manulife and Chairman, Manulife Asset Management and posted by him on linkedin in response to my request for "A little help from my friends!!" I am grateful to Warren for taking the time to respond and for agreeing to share his linkedin post but most of all I am honoured to call him a friend!! As you may have heard, a certain financial industry dinosaur that you all know, still working away on the street, was recently recognized as a Champion of Change by Women in Capital Markets at their annual Gala Dinner in March of this year. While this honour was greatly appreciated, ...

My Christmas Wish!!

By - Last updated: Friday, December 13, 2013

This year has been an exciting one for me!!   I have sold more than 2,250 copies of my book,  Babes on Bay Street and I have spoken about the book and the "Lessons Learned by the Babes on Bay Street" to more than 2,500 people in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Washington and places in between. It has been a wonderful year and a fabulous experience!!   I am grateful to those of you who purchased my book and to those of you who asked me to speak at an event your company or your organization was hosting. Your support meant so very much to me!!   However, I am not done yet and so I am sharing My Christmas Wish with you!!   I would like to speak ...

The Art of Fearlessness

By - Last updated: Monday, April 29, 2013

Delia Ephron wrote "The Art of Fearlessness" which was published in a recent issue of More magazine. I really enjoyed it and am happy to be able to provide you with a link to it:   http://deliaephronwriter.com/Latest/the-art-of-fearlessness.html   I hope you take the time to read it; it's a wonderful "feel good" read to begin the week. And I really hope each and everyone of you has a Jill in your life...I do and I recognize and appreciate how lucky I am almost every day!!   xo,   J

Mentors Are Good. Sponsors Are Better.

By - Last updated: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Lately, I have been tweeting about articles I find worthy of reading, however, I thought the article by Sylvia Ann Hewlett in Sunday's New York Times (April 14, 2013) "Mentors Are Good. Sponsors Are Better." was simply too good to miss!! In it, Ms Hewlett clearly describes the difference between a mentor and a sponsor. I believe it is important to understand the difference between them and how each of them can impact your career success. Here is the link; I encourage you to read the article and pass it on!!   http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/14/jobs/sponsors-seen-as-crucial-for-womens-career-advancement.html?ref=jobs&_r=0   Ps. And if you are not on twitter, I highly recommend you give it a try!!