2015 BC Economic Forum Progress Report
This report shares the journey and outlines the progress made between October 2014 and October 2015 to grow women leaders in BC – in business, on boards and in growing industries. It includes key recommendations and actions generated from the Catalyst for Growth regional dialogues and the 2015 BC Economic Forum: Women as a Catalyst for Growth.
The time for action is now!
2015 Catalyst for Growth Regional Reports
These regional summaries represent the visions, ideas and commitments of each community that held Catalyst for Growth regional dialogues in May 2015.
- Okanagan Dialogue Summary
- Vancouver Island Dialogue Summary
- Prince George Dialogue Summary
- Prince Rupert Dialogue Summary
Women as a Catalyst for Economic Growth: A BC Action Plan
The WEB Alliance is pleased to announce the release of the report “Women as a Catalyst for Economic Growth: A BC Action Plan,” which identifies key barriers and solutions to increasing the economic impact of women in British Columbia. This report will serve as a starting point for the Catalyst for Growth events, so participants can build on these ideas and reflect their region’s differences.
- View the Summary Report: Women as a Catalyst for Economic Growth: A BC Action Plan
- View the full report: Women as a Catalyst for Economic Growth: A BC Action Plan
Featured Article: Resources to Advance More Women onto Boards
If you resolve this year to join a board, here are a couple of resources to check out: the Board Resourcing and Development Office (BRDO) and the Canadian Board Diversity Council (CBDC). Read the article on the WEB Alliance blog >>
Capturing the conversation at the 2015 BC Economic Forum
Throughout the day, Yolanda Liman of Drawing It Out created these murals to capture the highlights of conversation. Click on the images below to view in full size.
- Why Attitude Is More Important Than IQ
- 2015 BC Economic Forum Pre-Read
- 2015 Catalyst for Growth Regional Dialogues Pre-read Document
- 2014 BC Economic Forum Pre-read Document
For more background information on the three tracks, visit the WEB Alliance website.