Over the past year I have been lucky to be part of a curriculum development team that has shaped the Leadership Essentials Certificate program through Simon Fraser University Continuing Studies. The program focuses on personal, team, and organizational practices in leading through an equitable and inclusive lens. The course I have been developing focuses people management practices through a lens of systems change and explores the the connections between historical, persisting, and systemic colonialism and traditional management practices -- and how to meaningfully lead through equitable and relationship-centred leadership.
On December 11th, my colleagues and I will speaking in a webinar hosted by Simon Fraser University on Leading Through Impossible Times. For more information about the certificate program, read below.
Our local, national and global community is at an unprecedented crossroads and urgently requires people in organizations and communities everywhere to embrace their roles as transformative leaders.
But how can we stay centred and focused enough to lead others in the face of unrelenting uncertainty and turmoil? How can we create real change when entrenched systems resist all efforts? How can we decolonize our leadership practices and foster truly diverse workplaces, while remaining accountable to our bottom lines? How do we lead in this moment?
Join the instructional team from SFU’s Leadership Essentials Certificate program to reflect on these questions and more in this free webinar. Following the moderated panel discussion, you will have an opportunity to ask questions and engage with the panel.
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