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.
Maybe it’s because I’ve recently read The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, or maybe it’s the fourth year wisdom, but anyhow I’m learning to commit to the moments and bask in all the gifts the present has to offer.