On November 4th, 2013, Ritu led a Diversity Inclusion Workshop for the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, where she spoke about the Authenticity Principle. Please click here to watch the video.
“The Authenticity Principle” – an Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration event – November 4, 2013
The next diversity learning series workshop for directors of legal professionals and law firm diversity committee chairs will focus on “Cracking the Code — Taking the Next Step in Supporting Women and Diverse Associates.”
This is a breakfast workshop on February 25, 2014.
For more information and to register, please visit bci upcoming events.
Join Ritu for Insayva’s inaugural event – Reach! Empowerment Retreat for Professional Women, January 25th & 26th, 2014
Ritu is pleased to announce the launch of Reach! Weekend, an empowerment retreat for professional women in Toronto. Reach! Weekend is part of a new platform called Insayva (means “in service” – from Sanskrit) in partnership with Ritu’s sister, Komal Bhasin. Its mission is to equip women with strategies for propelling their personal and professional leadership, fulfillment and wellness by exploring goal-setting, self-reflection tools, yoga, mindfulness, and meditation techniques. For more information, please visit Insayva.
NALP Bulletin, November 2013 – “Names Matter, So Get Them Right!” – Ritu Bhasin discusses how to build more inclusive legal workplaces by addressing name mispronunciation. Read the article here.
Western University selects Ritu for the 2013 “Young Alumni Award”. Read about the award.
Huffington Post article features Ritu Bhasin discussing Social Change and Diversity in Toronto. Read the article here.
Desi News article features Ritu Bhasin discussing the importance of name pronunciation, and the Mivoko name pronunciation app. Read the article here.
In this Maytree Conversations blog post — “What’s in a name? Possibly your future prosperity” — Ritu discusses the importance of name pronunciation, and the Mivoko app. Read the post here.
The Maytree Foundation’s DiverseCity onBoard invited Ritu Bhasin, along with three other top diversity leaders, to partake in a panel discussion on the benefits of board diversity and how leveraging leadership positions creates lasting changes in governance.
Please visit DiverseCity onBoard to watch the panel.
Toronto Star Ritu discusses the importance of name pronunciation for personal and professional success, and the Mivoko app — Read the article here