Good leadership is a fascinating concept, often seen as a blend of specific characteristics, behaviours, and skills that inspire and motivate individuals or groups to achieve a shared vision or goal. While good leaders’ precise qualities and attributes may vary based on cultural, organizational, or situational contexts, several core elements are commonly recognized for effective leadership.

Join us in this in-person leadership seminar to explore what makes a good leader, and you will see that leadership is not merely a title or role, but a journey of storytelling, influence, and persuasion. Coffee and snack will be provided during the event.


Featured Speaker

Peter Chien

Entrepreneur, Co-founder of YourTable

Peter Chien, an alumnus of UofT with a concentration in Professional Writing and Communication, co-founded YourTable, a food-meetup startup app supported by both UofT and Sheridan Entrepreneurship. He proudly has the distinction of receiving the UofT Entrepreneurship Award valued at $30k. Peter also has a Professional Certificate in Leadership and Communication from Harvard University Online. With passionate interests in technology, and a deep love for dogs and coffee, Peter enjoys singing, reading, discovering new restaurants while trying to avoid Toronto traffic, and cheering for the Toronto Raptors.


Event Information

Date: Saturday, August 26, 2023

Time: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm ET (registration starts at 1:15 pm)

Agenda: 1-hour speech followed by 1-hour networking

Session Format: In-person Seminar

Location: Toronto Public Library – Meeting room 101, North York Central Branch (5120 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M2N 5N9)

Language: English

CPD credit: 1 hour

Cost: Member: $20, Non-member: $30

Enrolment Limit: 50 People

Active participation is mandatory for receiving the CPD certificate.

Course Curriculum

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