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MAR 28: What is “Female Leadership”? – Brown Bag Lunch

The traditional concept of “command-and-control” leadership is fading out and it is being replaced with a leadership style that relies on influence, not authority. Businesses want leaders that will motivate, build teams, show appreciation to employees and exhibit emotional intelligence, among other traits. Women may have unique personality traits that naturally align with this new leadership style. What are these traits and what can we learn from other female leaders? Join SCWIST on Wednesday, March 28th, from 12:00-1:30 PM at the Biodiversity Research Centre Rm. 224 for a discussion about women and leadership! Tea, hot chocolate and cookies will be served, please bring your own mug.
Date: March 28
Time: 12:00-1:30 PM
Place: UBC Point Grey Campus, Biodiversity Research Centre (Room 224)
Dr Melinda M Brugman (Mindy), Senior Research and Development Meteorologist, Meteorological Service of Canada
Dr Jennifer Solomon, Program Manager, Key Relationships, STEMCELL Technologies
Dr Anikó Takacs-Cox, MBA, Research Program Manager, Genome BC
Dr Jehannine Austin, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry and Medical Genetics
To RSVP, please send an email to scwist.brown.bag@gmail.com


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