If you are interested in learning more about MWIL and getting involved with us this year, be sure to check us out during Activities Night on the 3rd floor of SSMU (Shatner Building)in Room 302 from 4pm-7pm on Tuesday Sept. 5th, Wednesday Sept. 6th & Thursday Sept. 7th.
What makes a leader? How is “good” leadership defined – and by whom?
Too often the attributes depicting women in leadership present an exclusive value set which fails to encompass difference in individuals. At McGill Women in Leadership Students’ Association, we believe leaders come in all forms, from all sectors, represent all backgrounds and exist in varying roles all of which have equal merit. The theme of our conference this year is “Reimagining Leadership” where we aim to better understand what being a leader means to different women and how intersectionality plays a key role in determining the various pathways that direct women into leadership positions. It’s time for women to define, on our own terms, what leadership means to us and how we can work to create conditions in the workforce that truly celebrates diversity.
Location: New Residence Hall (Ballroom A)
Accessibility: Elevator access to the ballroom via the main floor.
Dress Code: Professional Attire
Language: This speaker event is being held in English.
McGill is located on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka traditional territory.
Introducing this week’s Woman of the Week, Lauren Soave!
When asked what leadership means to her, she says:
“Leadership is the ability to pass on the passion that you have for something in order to drive others to attain a goal. I think without passion it’s really hard to be influential to others. You have to want something bad enough to want others to want it to. Looking at the world today and our leaders, I see that lack in passion. Leading others should not be motivated by obligation or money, but it should be motivated by wanting to make something good happen in this world.” Read More »
“Hi Everyone! For those of you who don’t know me, I am currently in my final ~U3~ year at McGill majoring in Political Science with a minor in World Religions. Tune in to our Snapchat for a behind the scenes look at the MWIL executive team as we prepare for our upcoming annual Trailblazers’ Testimonies Conference. You can also check out the work I do on the weekends (outside of chilling in Club McLenz) with Pre – Before you leave and The Mosaic Institute via UofMosaic at McGill. Join me for very hilarious snaps that no one but me laughs at, and watch as I run around in this beau-ti-ful MTL weather on a Saturday instead of sleeping in. See you then!”
Great films require great producers, but what makes a great producer? What does it take to be in the entertainment business? How do I make my script stand out? How to pitch my idea to a network?
A Gemini and Emmy Award producer, a director of international relations telefilm Canada and an artist manager and world tour show producer are coming to McGill to answer all of these questions!
Don’t miss your chance! February 13th at 6h00 Burnside Building