Also tried belly putting. It was way too easy. But then again if it was that easy, Sergio should’ve been able to make the putt at the British Open and not had to go to a playoff. Only one first game, Gibbons said of the maiden breaking effort that awaited. Bad or ugly, enjoy it. It not going to make or break your career.
The revelations relayed to The Canadian Press about being a woman in corporate Canada in recent months offer a glimpse into a male dominated workforce that is quietly grappling with the unintended consequences of the Me Too movement.The movement emerged late last year following a slew of sexual misconduct allegations against film industry heavyweight Harvey Weinstein and other high profile American businessmen. Allegations of inappropriate behaviour have spread to a range of sectors north of the border as well from politics to theatre to sports but leaders in corporate Canada has so far been left unscathed.Still, women in business say they are facing a resulting effect on their relationships with male colleagues and supervisors.They reported a noticeable decline in invitations to meetings, business trips and dinners gatherings considered invaluable for career advancement.More importantly, they added, senior executives are increasingly hesitant to mentor female employees.It is a development that poses a threat to women who aim to rise to the highest corporate roles at a time when two thirds of the companies included on the TSX 60 index of Canada largest companies did not include a single woman among top earners last year, according to a Canadian Press analysis.Most of the dozen women who spoke with The Canadian Press were hesitant to discuss the unintended consequences of MeToo because they didn want to detract from the progress they hope the movement will make toward improving opportunities for women.They fear the misguided actions of some male leaders could instead reinforce the door to the old boys club, further hindering the hard fought progress made by the few women who have been able to climb to the top of the corporate ladder.Lori McIntosh flew to Miami in early spring to meet with a client of 12 years, only to be told the company no longer allows its executives to take meetings alone, including with her.The founder of business consulting and executive search company Vim and Vixin said she agreed to the new terms because is business and she was determined not to let the policy stand in the way of her company or career. It is completely obvious how to be professionalToronto employment lawyer Sunira Chaudhri has fielded an increasing number of calls from her corporate clients worried about sexual harassment in their workplace mostly from those wondering whether they need to change policies around co ed one on one meetings, mentorship, office parties, business trips and dinners.asked, we be having the boardroom door open if it is just me and a female alone in a room? Chaudhri said.parties were a huge issue too and of course, business travel is big as well because often you are sitting side by side 12 to 16 hours a day and you are not just working together, you are eating together, you are staying at the same hotel, consuming alcohol, entertaining clients, it can make for a very intimate scenario.