Course preview Are you a culturally savvy leader? Do you want to motivate and lead culturally diverse teams? Culture affects how we perceive leadership and what we consider desirable attributes for employees and managers. When we don’t see eye to eye on what makes a ‘good’ employee or manager, it can be frustrating and can [...]
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TD Bank Group is the first employer partner with The Mentoring Partnership whose employees have mentored over 1000 skilled immigrant new to Canada. A founding employer partner and financial supporter of the program, TD first got involved with the partnership in February 2005. They conducted a pilot mentoring cycle with 20 executives volunteering as mentor [...]
At Mackenzie Investments, they believe that everyone is a leader – whether they are leading a team or simply leading themselves on their own career path. That means everyone needs leadership skills, and one strategy that Mackenzie has adopted to develop those skills is to encourage their employees to mentor skilled immigrants new to Canada.
During my first week at TRIEC, I was fortunate to be able to attend The Mentoring Partnership Partner’s meeting and Recognition reception. It was an opportunity for me to hear firsthand the powerful stories of change that arise when mentee works with mentor and when employers experience directly the value of providing opportunities to skilled [...]
When it comes to diversity, RBC is taking leadership by example to a whole new level.
Watch as three employers speak about why “it’s just smart business” to tap into skilled immigrant talent.
Ratna Omidvar, MaytreeChair of the Board Naomi Alboim, Queen’s University Carrie Blair, Sun Life Financial Mario Calla, COSTI Immigrant Services Dianne Salt, RBC Diane Jeffreys, KPMG Gabriel Leiva von Bovet,IBM CanadaHispanoTech.ca Young Park,Davis + Henderson Corporation Baskaran Rajamani,Deloitte Anne Sado,George Brown College Sanish Samuel, York University Foundation Manjit Singh,TD Canada Trust [...]