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WCMAspire Session 3 | Advocating and Negotiating for Yourself

Wednesday, February 5th 2020
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Toronto, ON

WCMAspire Session 3 | Advocating and Negotiating for Yourself
Maximize your professional potential through learned negotiation skills. Participants learn how to seize negotiation opportunities and advocate for themselves in the workplace. 

*Please note this event is for program participants only. To learn more about our WCMAspire Program, please click here.

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM: Registration
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM: Interactive workshop led by Shannon Moldaver

Shannon Moldaver

Principal, Shannon Moldaver Dispute Resolution Inc.

Shannon Moldaver is the Principal of Shannon Moldaver Dispute Resolution Inc., providing services in mediation, workplace restoration, teaching, training, coaching, facilitation and education design. For both mediation and training, she has been hired by several public and private sector organizations including Federal government agencies and higher education institutions. She has held the role of lead instructor for several courses at Osgoode Professional Development, and currently co-directs and teaches the Osgoode negotiation certificate course. Shannon has a Master’s Degree in International Relations, an LL.B. and an LL.M. (Dispute Resolution) from Osgoode Hall Law School, and course work in management and design of e-learning. 

Before law school, Shannon worked in various capacities for the City of Toronto, including working directly for the Mayor and holding a position in Human Resources. After law school, she worked at a litigation firm in downtown Toronto, ultimately running her own practice. Areas of practice included commercial, employment and family litigation. She then worked for the Law Society of Ontario for  over 16 years initially as Complaints Resolution Counsel and subsequently Professional Development & Competence Counsel before opening her own mediation practice.

About WCMAspire
WCMAspire, a newly launched event series in 2018, consists of 5 sessions over a 8-month period, designed to provide participants with tools to achieve their career goals and accelerate their careers. WCMAspire is designed for entry-level female professionals currently employed in Canadian capital markets. WCMAspire events are eligible only to those who have been accepted into the event series.

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