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What’s Your Story? Storytelling For Your Life & Career

What’s Your Story? Storytelling For Your Life & Career

Virtual Fireside Chat with Zeynep Tuck, Media Producer & Brand Storyteller

Join us as we talk about the ways we can incorporate both our left and right brains – the creative and analytical approach – to our work, even if we have never considered ourselves “creatives” or “storytellers.”

Everyone has a story to tell, either about their work, personal lives, history, culture, or the way they see the world. It’s our superpower and so many of us keep it hidden because, at some point in our lives, we were told we aren’t smart enough, creative enough, or capable enough.

In this chat, we will discuss tangible steps on how to cultivate more thought leaders and empower them to tell their stories and speak from their lived experiences.photograph on the right of Manpreet Dhillon and Zeynep Tuck, on the left hand side green background with What's Your Story? Storytelling for your Life and Career in white font.  Registration through eventbrite in text.

Navigating Diversity – Insights from Racialized EDI and HR Professionals

Navigating Diversity – Insights from Racialized EDI and HR Professionals

Join the discussion about the experiences of racialized EDI and HR professionals.

Together, we’ll examine what racialized individuals encounter in a work environment, narrowing in on how they would love to be seen vs. the reality of common perceptions.

We will start off with a Panel Discussion featuring Translink’s newly appointed Director of Workforce Planning and Talent Acquisition: Rubina Mahal, and Senior Manager for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at City of Burnaby: Vishad Deeplaul – followed by Q&A, breakout rooms, and enriching conversation.

Walk away with strategies and approaches for all individuals to be seen for their skillset, professionalism, and what they bring to the table.

Ensure that all people are valued for who they are, beyond the color of their skin.

*The Panel Discussion will be recorded if you can’t make it live

Rubina is Translink’s newly appointed Director of Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning in Vancouver BC.

Before joining Translink, Rubina was the first-ever Director of Strategic Recruitment, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion with Providence Health Care. While in healthcare, Rubina made significant advances in creating transparent and equitable hiring practices.

She stumbled into Human Resources after spending time in journalism and social justice. In all her professional roles, Rubina brings her lived experience which has helped inform the work she does. She strives to eliminate barriers to employment, especially for those who have historic discrimination.

Rubina is proudly raising two feminists and strives to empower women to use their voices and advocate for continual change in the workplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vishad Deeplaul brings extensive experience in the field of equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the workplace. A true advocate for change, he has lent his voice to support many women’s groups and marginalized people in South Africa, the country where he was born and raised.

Vishad’s experience with non-profit organizations in BC holds him in good stead for his role as the new Senior Manager for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for the City of Burnaby.

Vishad’s first-hand experience in driving change has contributed to his passion for EDI. Together with his husband, they sparked constitutional change in South Africa in support of equal treatment for all fathers. Changing South African history is one of his proudest accomplishments as he explains here.

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging community for HR Professionals

Join us for a holiday happy hour celebration of networking, a dance show & fireside panel learning! Tea Party will be joining us – an interactive dance cabaret celebrating the beginning of the 2000’s. Special Guests Nate Fadear and GoodRich Productions.

As Catchy Consulting Inc. & Veza Global co-host our first event bringing together HR Professionals, equity-deserving service providers & NFPs who are passionate about Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging. A portion of the funds will be donated to the TAP Network’s Resource HUB, a NFP.

Excited to conclude our first cohort of “Building with Resilience Program: Organizational EDIB {Equity Diversity Inclusion and Belonging} Strategy Program” for HR practitioners and leaders who are activating strategy, initiatives and practices within their organizations.

Hear from a panel of seasoned professionals on the implementation of initiatives at each stage of the employee life cycle and various best practices for activating EDIB in the workplace

Each $20 ticket includes appetizers & a drink ticket.

Where: Cold Tea Restaurant, Davie & Granville Street

When: Monday, December 12, 2022 4-6:30+

4:00pm Doors Open & Welcome Reception

5:15pm: Welcome & Introductions

5:30-6pm: EDIB Fireside Panel Discussion

6: Performance: TEA PARTY – A New Cabaret A night in the early 2000’s

This event is generously sponsored by Focus Professionals Services and Orbital Consulting.

Women and investing

Women and investing

A woman’s worth is based on the level she invests in herself. This event is generously sponsored by RBC.

A bold statement that we will uncover through a discussion on career & investments.

Join us for a self-reflective and informative discussion with three women who have a passion for elevating women to step more into their own leadership and into leadership roles.

Spend the morning understanding better how financial and a diversified portfolio investing can be simple way to create a strong foundation for your and your family’s future. We will understand what is your relationship with money and what is your default money mindset as well as how board roles can impact your career path positively and what it takes to join a board.

As you leave this complimentary breakfast meeting, you will have:

*Revamped investment plan

* More abundant mindset

*Resources to support your board and leadership career

Where: 36th Floor – RBC Royal Bank Tower

1025 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC

When: Friday June 07, 2019

Doors open & Welcome Reception: 8:00 am

Breakfast: 8:30 am

Women & Investing: 9:00 – 9:30 am

Money Mindset: 9:30 – 10:00 am

Women on boards: why investing in yourself matters: 10:00 – 10:30 am

Networking: 10:30 – 11:00 am

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