15 years after doing my Masters degree I’ve decided to take on my Doctoral degree. I’ve started the journey and I’m excited for the learning opportunity. I am studying leadership in a post-secondary context and my research question is as follows:
Can Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) students experience greater success in higher learning as a result of innovative leadership, policies, and governance?
A wonderful group of inquisitive teachers and staff focused on learning how to be more adaptive in their roles as leaders who create other leaders
Working with this great crew of cross-pollinating stakeholders to create a vision of their future in healthcare
A wonderful time in PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario signing a few books and meeting wonderful people along the way. Thank you for the lobster, the laughs and the camaraderie. I will see you again soon.
It’s here! My book is designed for leaders in all walks of life to be able to understand and employ the traits that great leaders possess. This inspirational leadership-to-go format where each page addresses one specific trait, allows you to discover ways to improve your leadership and management skills in practical and achievable slices. You’ll learn leadership from historical heroes such as Ghandi, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People author Stephen Covey, activist Audre Lorde and Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg.
You can find it on Amazon around the world.
May 30th and 31st 2015 Working with the Eastside Select Committee to facilitate major changes to the wastewater treatment and resource recovery to 3 large communities.
Mayor Helps works hard to listen to the citizens, get them the information they need as fast and accurately as possible and keep the process moving positively within the timeline.
Working with engaged citizens to come to a decision about their future
At another site so many wonderful citizens spend their whole day with us. This is a community that truly cares.
Working with wonderful, informed citizens making decisions that affect their lives and the future of their communities.