Posts Tagged ‘VancouverOpera’

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.

All of the presentations have ben posted to the Vancouver Opera website here, and the podcast on my segment is posted here and embedded below (click on the right arrow to play):

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:

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