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Leadership Series: To Serve Is to Lead


"Servant Leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations and ultimately creates a more just and caring world."
Robert K. Greenleaf, founder, Servant Leadership movement

By empowering employees at all levels, Servant Leadership creates a culture of trust and accountability. It shifts the focus of more traditional models of leadership from leading to serving, and it celebrates the success and growth of others, which leads to better performance and greater results.

This event features engaging speakers who will discuss what it takes to be a leader in today's workplace and share practical applications of Servant Leadership. Participants will learn about Servant Leadership, why it matters and top Servant Leadership characteristics in a day-to-day public service context.

Learn more about the Leadership Series.


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Episode 3: Rethinking Leadership GC: Creating a Culture of Belonging


Gita Badiyan

Gita Badiyan, Associate Faculty, Royal Roads University; Leadership Development


  • Bob Chartier
  • Bob Chartier, Leadership and Engagement Practitioner and Writer (retired public servant)
  • Liz McKeown
  • Liz McKeown, Director General, Digital Strategy, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada


Marc Dupont

Marc Dupont, Faculty and Product Owner, Digital Academy, Innovation and Skills Development Branch, Canada School of Public Service

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