Victoria – Prime Minister-designate Trudeau’s promise to appoint a cabinet of equal gender balance Nov. 4 comes when the call for inclusive leadership has never been stronger.
Women leaders in business, post-secondary education and the community have long identified how the personal is political in the practice of leadership yet report old models persist.
Join Royal Roads faculty members and community leaders in conversation about how women can lead change toward more inclusive leadership and how women’s experience can shape leadership practices and redefine measures of success.
What: Women leading change: Authentic experience in action panel discussion
When: Friday, Oct. 30, 3 to 5 p.m.
Where: Centre for Dialogue, Learning and Innovation Centre, Royal Roads University
Cost: Free and open to the public
The lived experience of women leaders: An authentic dialogue
Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership & Ethics, Utah Valley University
Panel discussion moderator
• Dr. Jennifer Walinga
Director, School of Communication and Culture, Royal Roads University
Director, Secretariat of the BC Healthy Living Alliance
Student Representative, Royal Roads University Board of Governors
• Dr. Marilyn Taylor
Professor, School of Leadership Studies, Royal Roads University
The event will be livestreamed and is free and open to the public.