leadership

iConnect taught me the Quiet Leadership

WRITTEN BY: Shawn Xiong, Recruitment Leader, iConnect (Centre for International Experience) Photo by: Farah Mustafa, former Communication Leader of iConnect How oxymoronic is it to talk about quiet leadership? Isn’t a leader all about campaigning feverishly, screaming into people’s ears, and…

From Executive Decision-Makers to Facilitators

WRITTEN BY: Sarah Wong, Global Health Engage UTIHP Co-Chair As first-time co-chairs for Global Health Engage (GHE) – a subsidiary of the U of T International Health Program (UTIHP) – Derek and I were presented with a new yet exciting…

Characteristics of Great Leaders and Organizations

Characteristics of Great Leaders and Organizations

WRITTEN BY: Candace Gunn, Frontier College Club Exec. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once said, “If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and…

Calling all students! Apply to the 2017 U of T Cressy Awards

Calling all students! Apply to the 2017 U of T Cressy Awards

WRITTEN BY: Aisalyn Templin (Programming Coordinator with Student Life & Alumni Relations) Do you consider yourself to be a leader on campus? Do you think you have what it takes to win a Gordon Cressy Student Leadership award? Student leaders invest in…

Sticky Situations: A Leader’s Perspective

WRITTEN BY: Daniel Oh, President – University of Toronto Sports and Business Association Throughout their terms almost all student leaders will encounter difficult situations when it comes to leading their teams. For some students, the process of dealing with these…