Kathy Sendall's Top 10- What's Yours?
Inspiration & Wisdom
By Women's Executive NetworkMay 9, 2013
Recently at a WXN Breakfast in Calgary, 2007 WXN Top 100 Hall of Fame inductee and Corporate Director Kathleen Sendall was interviewed by WXN founder, Pamela Jeffery as they delved into a variety of questions. We think Kathy’s ‘Top 10’ list makes pretty good sense and is also a great conversation starter. Here are Kathy’s ‘Top 10’:
1. Never give up the search for the perfect mascara.
2. Never lose your sense of humour and ability to laugh, especially at yourself.
3. Listen - learn to keep your mouth shut and control your temper.
A Letter to the Editor: In response to The Globe and Mail Front Page Headline â€œ0.32 per cent: Senior management positions in both private and public companies help by women in Canada in 2009.â€ August 31st, 2011.
Business & Economics
By Pamela JefferyAugust 31, 2011
Congratulations to the Conference Board for the study, but let’s get the headline right.Â According to your Globe Index headline writer (page 1, August 31) re Women Gain Little Ground in Senior Ranks, .32 per cent Â of senior management positions in both private and public companies were held by women in Canada in 2009.
What's Wrong with Healthcare in Canada
Politics & Policy
By Tom BlackwellJuly 22, 2011
So, what's wrong with health care in Canada? To put it simply, we're running a system designed to treat a population and its ailments from the 1950s - with about as much relative efficiency as a '56 Studebaker, suggested panel members at WXN's breakfast-series event on health care last week. Many services and institutions are designed for acute care - treating younger patients with serious but generally treatable illnesses and injuries - when chronic disease is the overriding issue,Â WXN's speakers suggested during a lively and insightful hour of discussion.