Career Partners International – Winnipeg Executive Nominated for Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
April 23, 2015
Chapel Hill, NC (4/23/15) – Barbara Bowes, President of Legacy Bowes Group, the Winnipeg offices of global outplacement, career transition, executive coaching and other talent management services provider Career Partners International, has been nominated to receive the Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
The Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards is an opportunity to recognize today’s individuals who serve as role models for tomorrow’s emerging business leaders. Each year this event honors the finalists and winners from across the province for their entrepreneurial drive and dedication to their communities.
“I am extremely honored to have been nominated to receive the Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award,” commented Bowes. “I have always been devoted to helping leaders excel in their performance and growth, and I will continue to be dedicated to assisting leaders in all organizations in understanding how they can maximize their potential.”
Coming from a variety of industries throughout the province, award nominees compete for awards in a variety of categories including Emerging Business, Building Business, Contribution to the Community, Excellence in Service, Impact on Local Economy, International Trade, Young Entrepreneur and Lifetime Achievement. Bowes has been nominated for both the Lifetime Achievement and Excellence in Service categories for her continued contributions to the Manitoba business community.
“Barbara’s continued dedication to her community as well as business professionals from all walks of life is inspiring,” commented Sharon Imperiale, Chairwoman of the Career Partners International Board of Directors. “We are extremely lucky to have such a driven individual as part of our organization, and I look forward to seeing the positive impact that she will continue to have on the community in Winnipeg.”
Bowes’ mission of “helping leaders lead” effectively is emblazoned in her work through Career Partners International – Winnipeg delivering a full suite of talent management services to local and national organizations. She also regularly takes part in public service events, such as her role as one of 11 keynote speakers at the 2015 SHEday Conference in Winnipeg. Additionally, she was recently appointed as a board member on the new Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce HR Advisory Board.
The awards dinner, hosted by the Winnipeg Chapter of Women Business Owners of Manitoba (WMO) since 1992, will be held on Thursday, May 15 at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg. More information can be found at www.wbom.ca.
About Career Partners International
Career Partners International enhances organizational performance and people’s lives every day! As a global leader in talent management consulting since 1987, organizations of all sizes and industries trust Career Partners International for the very best outcomes to their most challenging and important talent strategies and initiatives. With the most experienced and respected consultants in more than 45 countries, Career Partners International provides clients with one-on-one access to local experts in talent development, career management, executive coaching, outplacement and career transition services to successfully assess, engage, develop and transition talent to drive organizational performance. More information may be found at www.cpiworld.com.
About Legacy Bowes Group/Career Partners International – Winnipeg
Based in Manitoba, Legacy Bowes Group is a locally owned and operated firm with extensive knowledge and experience working in Winnipeg, Manitoba and surrounding jurisdictions. Defining a world-class standard for outplacement and talent management, our consultants smooth the way for business and career transitions from formulating better recruitment and performance planning strategies to new leadership development, executive coaching and outplacement services. Our e-learning services cost effectively support your employees in learning core skills, in expanding professional skill sets, or as outplacement candidates in the event of downsizing. More information may be found at www.cpiworld.com/winnipeg.