Fireside Chat series on Leadership Lessons during Covid resumes Sept. 16

Posted on August 20, 2020
Fireside Chat series on Leadership Lessons during Covid resumes Sept. 16

The Schulich ExecEd is pleased to continue its highly successful series of virtual fireside chats: Leadership Lessons in Troubled Times.

These free, 30-minute online events feature thought leaders and influencers from top organizations across a variety of industries. The Zoom fireside chats are designed to be informal, engaging and interactive.

The Fall series features one-on-one conversations between Matthias Kipping, professor of policy and Richard E. Waugh Chair in Business History in the Schulich School of Business, and guests who will share their experience and their thoughts on how leaders and organizations are responding to the impact of the Corona virus pandemic.

The Fall series begins Sept. 16 and continues through Oct. 29. For details and to register, visit the Fireside Chat series web page, where you can also find an archive of previous chats in the series.

Leadership Lessons from COVID-19 Part Two: Road to Recovery

  • Wednesday, Sept. 16: 11:30am-Noon (EDT), with Dr. Michael Gardam, Chief of Staff, Humber River Hospital

Leadership Lessons from Indigenous Businesses

  • Thursday, Sept. 24: 1-1:30pm (EDT), with JP Gladu, founder and president of Mokwateh, former president and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

Leadership Lessons from a Volunteer-Based Organization

  • Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020: 1- 1:30PM (EDT), with Mina Mawani, President & CEO of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada

Leadership Lessons: Building a Winning Customer Experience for Crisis and Beyond

  • Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020: 1-1:30pm (EDT), with David Kincaid, Founder and Managing Partner, Level5 Strategy