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Emerging Leaders Mini-Conference Schedule

   

Tentative Schedule for October 1, 2014

17:30-18:00

Check-in & registration

18:00-19:00 Welcome & Keynote Address
    • Professor Donald Taylor will be the main speaker for the Emerging Leaders Mini-Conference. Donald Taylor is the recipient of the 2005 Full Professor prize at McGill. In addition to teaching large classes on campus (social psychology, inter-group relations), the psychology professor has done a lot of teaching in remote aboriginal communities. .Drew is the founder of Nuance Leadership, and has spoken to over 100,000 people around the world to empower them to develop their leadership capacity. He has been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes.com and TED.com. His work with some of Canada's largest schools, corporations and government agencies has led to him being called "one of the most motivating and inspiring speakers on leadership out there right now" (Dr. Brian Harrington, Oxford University).

 

19:00-1930

Refreshments

19:30-20:15 Workshop A
The Leadership Line-up

  • Teaming Up: Communication, conflict resolution, and effecting change as a team member.
  • All in Good Time: Time and life management for engaged student leaders.
  • Looking Ahead: Using your leadership skills and experiences to set yourself up for future success.
  • Hear from Peers Student government and organizations panel.
  • Engaged and Confused: Volunteering in Montreal.
      • Presented by: Anurag Dhir, Community Engagement Coordinator for the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office (SEDE) at McGill University.
20:15-20:30 Move to Workshop B
20:30-21:30

Workshop B

Next Steps Workshop
Action planning and networking (small group discussions led by peer facilitators)
Click here to watch an excerpt from Drew Dudley's 2013 talk on Everyday Leadership. Drew is the founder of Nuance Leadership, and has spoken to over 100,000 people around the world to empower them to develop their leadership capacity. He has been featured on The Huffington Post, Forbes.com and TED.com. His work with some of Canada's largest schools, corporations and government agencies has led to him being called "one of the most motivating and inspiring speakers on leadership out there right now" (Dr. Brian Harrington, Oxford University)