Understanding Your Personal Leadership Style

Wednesday, June 17th @ 7:30PM


Location: London Pub, 9724 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4C 1V8

Registration: https://peoyork2015personalleadershipstyle.eventbrite.com


leadershipstyle1Leadership is about actions and understanding how you react in the leadership role. What is your default position as a leader? Are you able to master and demonstrate a number of different leadership interfaces to best suit the situation you face today? How does your emotional intelligence assist you in the act of leadership?

Authentic leaders have a number of tools at their disposal. How these tools are deployed and how the leader is seen by the employees goes a long way towards creating and empowered, creative work community. These same skills and abilities translate into area of home and social life as well. Authentic leaders command respect because they are true to themselves and their commitment to others.

The participants will:

  • Identify their personal leadership style
  • Assess their leadership approach
  • Understand the leadership continuum
  • Describe two applications of situational leadership; theoretical and practical
  • Understand the 10 things authentic leaders do

leadershipstyle2After a successful business career which included management positions in the private sector (Dun and Bradstreet (Canada) Ltd., Norwich Union Life Insurance) and the public sector (Canada Revenue Agency) as well as time spent founding and operating business ventures in the debt collection area (Mutual Credit Recovery) and the hospitality sector (Paradise Point Cottage Resorts) David turned to his lifelong passion, education and more specifically working with adult learners to help them develop their personal and career potential.

David retired from his position as Dean, School of Business at Centennial College in 2011 to pursue, amongst other things, his interests in helping leaders grow and prosper. Since retirement from Centennial College, which was preceded by a long association with Seneca College where he was a coordinator in the Continuing Education Department and, subsequently the Chair of Business Programs in the Faculty of Business, David has been active in delivering and developing a number of seminars in the area of Leadership Development for his clients. David is a graduate of Athabasca University (Bachelor of General Studies), Columbia Southern University (MBA) and the University of Guelph (Master of Arts, Leadership).


Nadira Singh, MBA is an experienced Human Resources and Training professional that has carved out a successful career in working with organizations to develop, design and deliver learning sessions to support the organization’s performance in achieving strategic objectives. She is an accomplished instructor and facilitator who lives by the principle of lifelong learning.

Nadira has worked in management for a number of Canadian organizations. In addition to her consulting role, Nadira also teaches at part-time at Seneca College and Centennial College in the Graduate Studies Program where she teaches a number of Business and Human Resources Management courses. Also she has taught Train the Trainer and a variety of supervisory and leadership development programs.

Nadira has a Master of Business Administration Degree. She also holds Certifications in Human Resources Management and Training and Development.

It's Burger Night at the Pub and with the purchase of a beverage, the Chapter will buy you a hamburger. Networking and socializing encouraged.

The price to attend the presentation is $15.00 plus a small Eventbrite fee. Guests of engineers are also welcomed.

*Note: Please drink responsibly and arrange for a safe ride home.

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For more information, please contact:


Rick Vender, P.Eng.,

Program Director

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