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Women leaders have long pointed to the ways in which the personal is political in the practice of leadership, yet old models prevail.  How can women’s lived experiences shape leadership practices and measures of success in the boardroom, the academy and in the community?

Join Royal Roads faculty and community leaders in conversation about how women can lead change toward inclusive leadership.  

  • What are the barriers to inclusive leadership?
  • What strategies are needed to build an inclusive leadership model and put it into practice?
  • What is the university’s role in the theory and practice of inclusive leadership?

Royal Roads University, Centre for Dialogue
Friday, Oct. 30, 3 to 5 p.m

Keynote address
The lived experience of women leaders: An authentic dialogue

  • Dr. Susan R. Madsen
    Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership & Ethics, Utah Valley University

Panel discussion moderator

  • Dr. Jennifer Walinga
    Director, School of Communication and Culture, Royal Roads University

Discussant

  • Dr. Mary Bernard
    Associate Vice-president, Research, Royal Roads University

The event will be livestreamed and recorded and is free and open to the public.