Unlock the keys to your business future with The Scaling for Success Webinar Series. This 4-part series covers key topics to address so you can manage your business growth in a way that works for YOU!
Join us in these interactive workshops where you will learn how to develop your leadership skills, amp up your marketing, negotiate new opportunities, form strategic alliances and minimize feelings of impostor syndrome.
Each session, you’ll have the opportunity to build your community, form connections with like-minded businesswomen and hear from storytellers that will inspire you. Using hands-on work and breakout activities you’ll learn practical skills and strategies you can apply to your own business. Plus, you’ll receive downloadable materials so you can continue your learning at home.
Dates: November 2, 9, 16, 23
Times: All sessions are from 9:30am to 12:30 pm PT
- November 2 | Focused Marketing
- November 9 | Strategic Alliances
- November 16 | Negotiate Naturally
- November 23 | Impostor Syndrome
A recording will be available for 30 days after the each of the live sessions.
Open to everyone
Pay what you can to get the support you need
As we restart in BC, we’re happy to offer three pricing tiers to support your recovery this fall: choose to pay $45, $60 or $75 to access this info-packed series, or pay $15, $20 or $25 per session.
About the facilitators
Cathy Burrell | Women’s Enterprise Centre
Cathy is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience owning and operating a variety of businesses. She has a Master of Education degree from the University of Calgary, specializing in adult, community, and higher education. She has taught digital literacy and communication education for adults and has worked as a consultant for business owners to give them insight into their digital customer base.
Cathy believes COVID highlighted importance of clear communication, both online and offline. She currently works as a Client Services Advisor for Women’s Enterprise Centre helping clients develop their social, listening, and critical thinking skills. In her experience, knowing when to talk and when to listen is key to empathy and understanding, and she works with clients to find that balance in their business.
Denise Young | Tigers Eye Advisory Group Ltd.
Denise is the CEO and Founder of Tigers Eye Advisory Group Ltd. (tigerseye.ca), a people-focused business solutions company that values collaboration and empowerment. Denise is a collaborator, connector and broker. She is passionate about making a difference in everything she does. Denise is an empowering facilitator, looking for continuous improvement which provides cost-savings to organizations.
Carrie Gallant | Gallant Solutions Inc.
A dynamic speaker, author, coach and facilitator, Carrie brings her experience as an executive, former practicing lawyer and adjunct law professor to her work in helping clients master the art and science of negotiation, conflict resolution and Conversational Intelligence®.
Carrie’s understanding of the value of personal development, psychology and adult learning models has infused her work as a facilitator, mediator and conflict resolution practitioner, and enriched her design and facilitation of interactive training and coaching programs on negotiation, mediation, difficult conversations and conflict competency for leaders.
Carrie is an accredited negotiation consultant and strategist with ENS International, a Certified Authentic Leadership Program Facilitator, a Certified Conversational Intelligence® Coach, and a qualified assessor of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator™ (MBTI™).
Susan Washington | The Washington Group
Susan is an accomplished entrepreneur, educator, and coach committed to community, people, learning, collaboration & decolonization. As a white settler, reconciliation and ending marginalization / white supremacy culture is one of her top priorities and is not separate from her work or her life. Naming power dynamics and being part of the change is driven by the desire to contribute to a more equitable world.
Susan loves coaching, facilitating and mentoring with WEC and has done so for 10 + years. Self-directed change, like Susan went through when she left the academic world to start her own coaching and training business 20 years ago, takes courage, accountability, good planning, and support. Not to mention an honest look at yourself and the systemic barriers women and racialized/marginalized peoples face. Susan’s goal is to embody mindful changemaking. People often have too many priorities in a finite amount of time and can benefit from the principles of empathy, incrementalism, patience, effective thinking, emotional mastery, and powerful mental models diversity and have respect for the multi-dimensional nature of living sustainably. There are multiple complexities to lasting and inclusive change.
Susan holds a Master, Bachelor and Candidacy for Doctor in Education at the University of Toronto. A problem-solver, parent and community advocate, she is agile and believes in collaborative leadership for ever-changing environments, in both structured or consultative situations. Susan’s one piece of advice is: You can do a lot, just not all at once, or you’ll burn out, so sequence and timeline goals so that your aspirations have an achievable sequence.
Susan resides, with gratitude, on the unceded territories of the the ancestral, traditional land of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-waututh) Nations., currently referred to as Vancouver, and is originally from Winnipeg.