A new generation, a new model of leadership
With each session at the Institute of Leadership, cofounder Eric Paquette helps turn 250 managers and executives into true leaders, developing rhetoric skills, personal awareness and methods for getting everyone working together towards a unified goal.
And what constitutes a successful leader has changed since the end of the 20th century. Instead of the old, authoritarian model, today’s millennial-heavy workforce responds better to a more democratic feel. In fact, according to Desautels Assistant Professor Suzanne Gagnon, 21st-century leadership is not an individual thing. It rather grows out of collaboration — even at the entry level.
Read full article in French: L'actualite, March 8, 2017