If you had to pick 5 words to sum up your year, what would they be?
The Leadership Exchange is a 5-day excursion (during Fall reading week) to Ottawa, where U of T students can learn about different leadership styles, theories, and practices by visiting different settings in Canada’s capital. I had the pleasure of interviewing…
The Leading Together conference is coming to Hart House next semester, on January 12, 2019, and open to ALL students.
Get ready for a day of inspiring workshops, keynotes, reflection and wellness sessions, networking, good discussions and good food!
Only 3 weeks left of school, playing catch up with the semester tiny breaks of procrastination so tempting to this flame burning out Still flickering on as bright as I can Feedback in numbers, comments checkmarks scribbles question marks strikethroughs…
If you haven’t heard, the 2018 Canadian Conference on Student Leadership will be hosted by U of T. On November 22-24, student leaders from across Canada will gather in Toronto to discuss the cosmic concept of leadership from various backgrounds…
There’s usually a nice assortment of tea, and a jar of candy on the coffee table, just saying.
The best part was… “Getting the opportunity to network and collaborate with peers – Meeting new people – Gaining experience in public speaking – There were some good presentations about active listening that I especially enjoyed and learnt new things from” – Past Leading Together presenter
Giving my brain a well-deserved hug with good thoughts and love after all the unnecessary drama I’ve put them through.
Starting your own club can be a great way to gain leadership skills and get involved on campus. And as a leader, there are some important things that should be taken into consideration before taking off.
Let’s talk about leadership and show each other what it means.