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WIM/WiN-SK is proud to be hosting a Virtual Mine Your Potential Conference. 


Mine Your Potential has been consistently growing year after year since the inaugural event in 2013. This year’s Virtual Mine Your Potential Conference will consist of two – half days which focus on personal and professional development for people working in the mining and nuclear sectors. Participants will gain knowledge and skills while engaging with like-minded people. This event is open to all people working in, or interested in, the mining and/or nuclear industries.

The detailed 2020 virtual program with session descriptions can be accessed on our website

All student and regular admission tickets will have access to speaker presentations following the conference. 

Please Note:
  • You are only able to register for yourself
  • To arrange a bulk ticket order or if you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

Schedule

· Networking
Day One: Log-In, Coffee, and Networking
Welcome to the event, grab a coffee and get ready for a wonderful day!
· Stage
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Remarks provided by WIM/WiN-SK
· Stage
From Engineering Design to Building Gender Inclusion Strategies
Keynote Speaker: Jamile Cruz
· Sessions
Breakout Session 1 - Mining and Nuclear in Saskatchewan
Natural Resources in Saskatchewan: Geology and Communities - Debra Shewfelt
· Sessions
Breakout Session 1 - Professional Development
A Coach Approach to Leadership - Lorraine Lawrence
· Sessions
Breakout Session 1 - Safety and Risk
Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace - Tracy McArthur
Tracy McArthur
· Sessions
Breakout Discussion
Join us to further discuss: 1. Inclusion and Diversity Maturity Curve - Where are you? 2. Creating an Inclusive Culture - best practices
· Stage
Mindfullness Break
Join us on the Stage to have a short wellness break with Jennelle Dodd
· Networking
Interactive Networking Break
Try yoga, carry on the conversation from the speakers, meet with sponsors, network, or take a break.
· Sessions
Breakout Session 2 - Safety and Risk
Towards Effective Tailings Stweardship & Risk Management - Karen Chovan
Karen Chovan
· Sessions
Breakout Session 2 - Professional Development
Find Your Voice - Charlene SanJenko
· Sessions
Breakout Session 2 - Mining and Nuclear in Saskatchewan
Subsurface Geological Criteria for the Placement of Small Modular Reactors in Southern Saskatchewan - Amber Sprague
· Stage
Day One: Closing Remarks
Remarks provided by WIM/WiN-SK
· Stage
Day Two: Log-In, Coffee, and Networking
Welcome to the event, grab a coffee and get ready for a wonderful day!
· Stage
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Remarks provided by WIM/WiN-SK
· Stage
Panel Discussion
Advancing Inclusion - Moderator: Jennifer Abols (Goodman School of Mines), Panelists: Courtnay Hughes (WIMBC), Landice Yestrau (Hudbay), Rumina Velshi (CNSC)
Landice Yestrau
· Sessions
Breakout Session 3 - Professional Development
Pitch Your Potential - Charlene SanJenko
· Sessions
Breakout Session 3 - Engagement With Mining
Natural Resources in Saskatchewan: Indigenous Perspectives - Debra Shewfelt & Sheldon Wuttunee
· Sessions
Breakout Session 3 - WIM Beyond Saskatchewan
Gender Diversity in Mining 2020 - Courtnay Hughes
· Networking
Interactive Networking
Try yoga, carry on the conversation from the speakers, meet with sponsors, network, or take a break.
· Sessions
Breakout Discussion
Join us to further discuss: 1. What WIM/WiN-SK can do for you! 2. Panel Discussion Continuation
· Stage
Mindfullness Yoga Break
Join Branden Crozier and Dimitra Britton from Ground Yoga for a short wellness break
· Sessions
Breakout Session 4 - Professional Development
Effective Leadership of Virtual Teams - Dave Smith
David W. Smith CMC, ACC
· Sessions
Breakout Session 4 - Engagement With Mining
Energy Conversations: Creating an Irresistibly Attractive Narrative - Lianne Lefsrud
· Sessions
Breakout Session 4 - WIM Beyond Saskatchewan
Hudbay Women's Network - Landice Yestrau
· Stage
Conference Closing Remarks
Remarks provided by WIM/WiN-SK

Speakers

David W. Smith CMC, ACC
David W. Smith CMC, ACC

Leadership Coach, Mentor and Facilitator. emPOWERING leaders and their teams

Karen Chovan
Karen Chovan

Chair of Environmental & Social Responsibility

Tracy McArthur
Tracy McArthur

Engineer and Life Coach

Landice Yestrau
Landice Yestrau

Environmental Professional and co-founder of the Hudbay Women's Network

Tickets

From $0.00 to $135.00
Hosted by

Women in Mining and Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan

We connect and inspire a diverse workforce to be fully engaged in the Saskatchewan mining and nuclear industries.

Booths

Orano

Orano

Orano Canada has been exploring for uranium, developing mines and producing uranium concentrate in Canada for over 50 years.

Mosaic

Mosaic

Helping the World Grow the Food it Needs

Sask Polytechnic

Sask Polytechnic

Tomorrow in the Making

Graham

Graham

Graham

SMA

SMA

Saskatchewan Mining Association

IMII

IMII

Innovation and Diversity & Inclusion Matters to Mining