Transformational Leadership Without Equality Is Neither: Challenging the Same Old System
AbstractThis paper reports on my experience in the 2004/2005 University of New Brunswick sponsored 21 Leaders initiative, on the presentation of the initiative by me and a colleague at an international conference - Women as Global Leaders - and on the capacity of 21 Leaders to contribute to transformation in New Brunswick. Résumé Cet article rapporte mon expérience en 2004/2005 à l'occasion de l'initiative 21 Leaders, parrainée par la University of New Brunswick, sur la présentation qu'une collègue et moi avons faite sur l'initiative lors d'une conférence internationale -W omen as Global Leaders - et sur la capacité de 21 Leaders de contribuer à la transformation au Nouveau-Brunswick.
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