I recently had the opportunity to be part of the Vancouver Opera’s Opera Speaks Series on a panel with BC Housing Chair Brenda Eaton, Tsawwassen First Nations Chief Kim Baird, political scientist Michael Byers, and Globe & Mail columnist Gary Mason, discussing what makes a great leader and what qualities we want in those who govern us and lead us. This event was presented as part of the lead-up to Vancouver Opera’s presentation of La Clemenza di Tito.
A second podcast that has just been posted is an interview I did with with Rorbert Martellacci of MindShare Learning. It is part of the February MindShare Learning Report that is linked here which has a spotlight on British Columbia. MindShare Learning does an excellent job of connecting education and business, and promoting and highlighting innovation in education across the country. The MindShare Learning Report is a great, free subscription for Canadian educators (subscription page linked here).
Here is the podcast link to my interview and it is also embedded below: