WCT offers webinars on a variety of topics. From developing agile communications strategies to managing innovation, the webinar series features inspiring leaders from around the world. WCT webinars are always free to members.
The first webinars in our fall webinar series, “Learning and connection in the virtual workplace,” are now live and open for registration! Beginning September 8th, we will offer webinars every two weeks throughout the fall.
Following our Spring Webinar Series, “Webinars for the Times We Work In”, our fall webinar series will feature inspiration, connection, and education from some of the incredible individuals in our network. Whether you are still working from home or returning to the office this fall, we hope that you’ll join us!
WCT webinars are always free for WCT members. If you plan to attend 4 or more webinars, consider purchasing a membership to WCT. Get free access to all WCT National webinars for an entire year, plus discounted rates for WCT chapter events, and access to our National Mentorship Program, Dr Roberta Bondar Career Development Program, and Jeanne Sauvé Career Development Program.
The Future is 5G and What it Means For Your Life and Business | November 4, 2020 | 12PM EST
Do you want to be able to speak to your friends and family about what 5G is and how it is going to impact our lives in the future? 5G by definition is the next generation of wireless technology that is going to change the way people live and work in the future. Join this interactive session to learn more about Canada’s 5G future with Rogers, what it can mean for your business, and how female leaders can help ensure we are looking at all the right use cases for this cutting edge technology as we move forward in the years to come.
Health Information and Its Impacts: A discussion with Canada’s health information professionals | November 25, 2020 | 12PM EST
Health information is the presentation of health data that provides an accurate and holistic health story for every Canadian, and health information professionals help ensure that data is of the highest quality. Though their work often takes place behind the scenes, it impacts the care that Canadians receive and informs policy and funding decisions across the country. Join us for a panel discussion about the relevance of health information and the critical role that health information professionals play in health care systems in Canada.