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Join us on November 8 when Myer Siemiatycki, Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University, will present newly released DiverseCity Counts findings on the state of diversity in elected office. Hear from our panel of political insiders on what worked, what didn’t, and what parties can do to ensure that their representatives better reflect their constituents.
Hearing diverse stories helps us understand each other better. Diversity at the leadership table brings out different examples of how we live and shows how similar we are.
You want to build a society inclusive of people with disabilities and inclusive of people of colour and immigrants.
It is the duty of every leader to identify those who are future leaders and give them the opportunity and confidence to be able to move forward.
Leadership is not about having an executive position or holding public office. The real meaning of leadership is contributing to your local community.
Leadership is developed through practice. Believe in young leaders’ potential and give them ownership over projects. Provide the next generation with role models and leaders they can aspire to become.
Everybody has talent and a unique gift that can be brought out by leaders. The world is fast-paced but we must pause and appreciate the beauty in our diversity.
Our images of leadership do not always show the full diversity of leadership that exists. Leaders recognize they can use their public presence in order to change perceptions of who a leader is and can be.