It’s time to reimagine what change can do. Here you’ll find resources, real life stories, and virtual events to help you embrace change and reimagine the future of your business.
Have you embraced change in your business? We want to share your story!
See how real Winnipeg business owners embraced change and shifted their business plans for the better.
One of Joseph Chaeban’s earliest memories from growing up in Northern Africa was sneaking into his father’s cheese shop, Fromagerie Chaeban, and eating camembert for breakfast every morning.
2019 was Clairissa Cruz’s best year yet.
Clairissa was featured in magazines, spoke at Bell MTS Place and was ready for a fast-paced and flourishing 2020– as were many small business owners.
Imagine it’s pre-pandemic times. Shawarma Khan, a local Middle Eastern eatery, was business as usual. They were getting ready for another football season at Investors Group Field and prepping for a busy summer.
Reimagine how you lead your team
Employee engagement always matters, but it matters now more than ever given the rapid change and uncertainty many organizations are currently facing.
In this session, we will discuss some of the things we think move the employee engagement needle that actually don’t and we’ll explore the one thing that really does make all the difference when it comes to meaningfully increasing engagement in any organization.
The discrimination and inequalities of BIPOC communities across the world led to many businesses releasing official statements of support for Black Lives Matter. But how do you ensure those statements are backed up by authentic and meaningful calls to actions?
Diversity in the workplace refers to an organization that intentionally employs a workforce composed of individuals of varying gender, religion, race, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, education, and other attributes.
CPHR Manitoba’s Diversity Forum will focus on topics including, but not limited to, diversity policies, strategies for employing underrepresented groups, and building a culture of diversity.
The Truth & Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released 94 Calls to Action (CTA) in 2015. The CTA’s is an invitation for all Canadians to take action in order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation.
The Winnipeg Chamber has responded by becoming a signatory to the 2016 Winnipeg Indigenous Accord, and leading the creation of the Chamber’s Truth & Reconciliation Roadmap (TRR) resource that will reinforce the Chamber and the business community’s commitment to the Calls to Action and the relationship that includes the First Nation, Metis and Inuit communities.
Reimagine how you connect with your clients.
The new E-Commerce Series, developed by the World Trade Centre Winnipeg and Tech Manitoba, is designed to help companies deepen their knowledge of e-commerce and digital strategy for international sales.
The series is delivered by Industry Experts who will answer all your questions and share their tips and best practices on a range of topics such as digital transformation, international sales, online sales and increasing your digital footprint.
Reimagine how you grow your business
With the new restrictions in place in our province, many small businesses are wondering where to turn to next. That is why we have put together a blog that showcases financial support in place to help you navigate these difficult times.
When COVID hit, BDC President and CEO Michael Denham and his team were front and centre in providing critical financial programming, resources and support for Canadian business owners and entrepreneurs. As our economy begins to reopen and recover, learn about what resources are available to you to move your business forward.
Founder and Career Coach, Career Stories Consulting Businesses have adapted how they operate during COVID-19 and with the renewed attention on Black Lives Matter. The way you talk about your business needs to change too. In this talk, you’ll learn how to figure out what your company’s current story is saying about itself and how to find your core company story. We’ll end with how to best communicate the awesome work your company does using social media.
Our December 11 Community Forum will be hosted by our Board of Directors and will be YOUR opportunity to share your current struggles and pain points. As a community we will discuss potential solutions and opportunities and in turn, influence the next few months and years of Chamber programming.
This playbook outlines key outcomes, nine pillars and associated actions for an inclusive, more resilient, and more future-ready Manitoba. At the core of the Recovery Playbook are defining characteristics essential to its success.
In partnership with the Government of Canada, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce established the Canadian Business Resilience Network to help Canadian businesses navigate the COVID-19 reality and prepare for recovery.