Wednesday Webinars

 Embracing Innovation, Productivity, & Profitability for Business and Social Entrepreneurship
  
Wednesday
March 3rd 
 11:00 am (EST)
 
Your Plan
Your Plan for Success Your Work and Work Your Plan
Presented by Penny Tremblay, Play Nice in the Sandbox
 
This webinar will touch on the benefits and strategy for a business plan that includes:
  • Vision and clarity about the business
  • Deep understanding of past and future accomplishments
  • Importance of keeping score and managing tasks
 
 Wednesday
March 3rd 
 12:15 pm (EST)
 
Your Health
Your Health Mental Health and Entrepreneurship – A Women Entrepreneur’s Perspective
Presented by Wanda Deschamps, Liberty Co
 
Openly autistic entrepreneur, Wanda Deschamps will talk about how taking control of her mental health put her on the path of entrepreneurship. She will also provide a snapshot of the mental health of entrepreneurs in Canada and how we might improve it as an outcome of COVID, including some highlights about the impact of the pandemic on women’s self-employment.
 
  Wednesday
March 10th 
 12:15 pm (EST)
 
Finding the Support
Circle Discovery Webinar
Presented by PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise
 
Ever wonder how PARO Circles are formed and what the benefits are in being a part of one? Join PARO’s Circle Co-Ordinator where you will learn all the details about forming, joining, belonging and how to access loans and grants through the PARO circles.
 
Wednesday
March 17th 
 11:00 am (EST)
 
Managing the Money
Bookkeeping for Businesses: Part 1
Presented by Karen Lynn Evans, PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise
 
  • Why Does Your Business Need Bookkeeping?
  • 3 Categories of Essential Business Tasks
  • Cash Receipts (A/R) and cash Disbursements (A/P)
 
Wednesday
March 17th 
 12:15 pm (EST)
 
Making The Money
Networking Online
Presented by Elizabeth Verwey, Spoken Lives: Stories Women Share
 
  • Showing up (lighting, sound and framing)
  • Social media messaging
  • Networking with a purpose
 
Wednesday
March 24th 
 11:00 am (EST)
 
Managing the Money
Bookkeeping for Businesses: Part 2
Presented by Karen Lynn Evans, PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise
 
  • What will be the business purpose?
                               – Service
                               – Sales
                               – Manufacturing
  • Why does this matter?
  • How to decide which type of accounting systems, processes and methods to use
 
Wednesday
March 24th 
 12:15 pm (EST)
 
Keeping the Money
Employer Services – YES Can Help You Recruit Qualified Staff
Presented by Sharon Kovacic, YES Employment Services
 
  • YES Employment Services provides Employment Ontario Programs
  • These programs connect you to qualified applicants and provide incentives to employers to help offset the cost of training new hires
  • You can also utilize our free Job bank and have us promote your position on social media
 
Wednesday
March 31st 
 11:00 am (EST)
 
Your Protection
Contracts 101
Presented by Christine Holmes, Lawyersinhouse.com
 
  • What can you do to save money when working with a lawyer on your contracts?
  • What kind of contracts do you need?
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement
  • Services Agreement
  • Statement of Work
  • Understanding a few basic contract provisions
 
Wednesday
March 31st 
 12:15 pm (EST)
 
Your Balance
3 Techniques to Make Remote Work with Kids More Productive
Presented by Amy-Lynch, Writer at Notes From Another Land Founder | Event + Podcast Host at Mixing Babies and Business
 
Working remotely is not a new trend but has become a necessary requirement for some of us. In this session, Amy will share the mindset and productivity tips she’s tested as a parent over the years, including:
  • Mindset approaches and reframes;
  • Techniques you can begin implementing straight away;
  • Tips to ensure you look after yourself and your needs.
She covers personal and professional areas, including practical tips you can adapt based on your remote work situation. This session will help you navigate remote work with kids now and in future, whether you’re a small business owner or an employee.
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