Leadership

To date, there are disproportionately fewer women than men in leadership positions in the McGill Department of Pediatrics especially in the roles of Division Directors, Associate Chairs, Vice-Chair, Department Chair, Head of the Montreal Children's Hospital Child Health Research and designation of "professor". Therefore, the Chair of the Department of Pediatrics has mandated a Task Force to develop realistic action plans that can be implemented to engage more of the Department of Pediatrics female faculty to take on leadership roles.

Classified as: women, Leadership, pediatrics
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Published on: 18 May 2017

By Cynthia Lee

Newsroom

Nurses faced with abusive managers are more likely to quit. But a recent study by McGill University and Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières researchers finds that the opposite is also true – transformational leadership - a style of management in which employees are encouraged  to work towards a collective goal within a supportive milieu, is linked to nurses’ well-being, and has positive impacts upon job retention.

Classified as: Nursing, CIHR, Leadership, healthcare, health and lifestyle, quality care, abusive leadership, Canadian Institute of Health Research, Lavoie-Tremblay
Published on: 25 Jan 2016

Dear psychiatry residents and faculty members,

Please join me in applauding two of our residents who have assumed very important leadership roles.

On behalf of myself and our residency program I heartily congratulate Dr. Annie Trepanier, an R5 in our program, for taking on the role of president of the Federation of Medical Residents of Quebec and Dr. Aris Hadjinicolaou for stepping up as president of the Association of Residents of McGill.

Classified as: Leadership, Psychiatry Residents
Published on: 21 Jul 2015

Article by Karl Moore

There is a great deal of natural leadership locked up in America’s prison system. Many inmates have drive, a profit orientation, charisma, and a strong ability to influence. How can they turn those strengths into successful post-prison careers? In this post, we turn to Catherine Hoke, Founder and CEO of Defy Ventures, and learn how Defy is helping to do just that. 

Classified as: Karl Moore, Leadership, Professor, forbes, Associate Professor, america, C2MTL, Catherine Hoke, defy ventures, simon hudson
Published on: 9 Sep 2014

On the LDRLB podcast (@LDRLB), we draw much of our content from the research and writings of the world’s top professors. Most are from business schools, others from a variety of fields relevant to leading organizations. 

Classified as: Karl Moore, Leadership, Strategy, twitter, competia, estelle metayer, LDRLB
Published on: 15 Aug 2014

Tom Peters has long argued the case for Customer Centricity. At the 2011 Progress Conference he said; “The magic formula that business has revealed is to treat their customers like guests and their employees like people.” So what is his 2013 take on strategy and leadership? Think of this as “Tom Peter’s Balanced Scorecard”.

Classified as: Henry Mintzberg, Leadership, business management, customer centricity
Published on: 8 Aug 2014

The Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI) is pleased to announce that Katherine Vyse has been chosen as the 26th recipient of the Award for Excellence in Investor Relations and Jennifer McCaughey has been chosen as the fifth recipient of the Belle Mulligan Award for Leadership in Investor Relations. These individuals were honoured at CIRI's 27thAnnual Investor Relations Conference in Ottawa.

Classified as: Leadership, belle mulligan award, CIRI, investor relations, Jennifer F. McCaughey
Published on: 17 Jun 2014

Not necessarily, argues economist Vangelis Tsiligiris, stating that leadership is all about understanding change and nurturing innovation.

Classified as: Henry Mintzberg, MBA, Leadership, leader
Published on: 4 Jun 2014

According to author Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, introverts think first and speak later, a characteristic American companies don't always equate with strong leadership. In some organizations, this leads to a perception gap: the incorrect assumption that an introverted leader has "tuned out" or has backed away from a problem.

Classified as: Karl Moore, Leadership
Published on: 30 Oct 2012

America is currently facing a crisis of leadership in business and in government. Yet at the same time – participation in leadership seminars and programs has never been higher. The leadership industry, with many of its roots in America, is now a $50 billion industry. If America is so good at developing leaders however, then why is America a mess? Both presidential candidates are impressive men but neither seems, at this point, to really rise to equal leaders of the past.

-Article by Karl Moore and BCom student Emma Bambrick

Classified as: Leadership, Karl Moore, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Published on: 9 Oct 2012