May 5, 2017

My Learnings from "Giving Voice to Leadership"

Annika Lui discusses leadership learnings in HBA1 and the importance of Giving Voice to Leadership
Apr 1, 2017

MBA 2017 - A Class of New Leaders

On her final day as an MBA student, Kathryn Tang, MBA 2017 reflects on her MBA leadership journey and those that made an impact on her experience.
Nov 3, 2016

Tom Jenkins – Digital Disruption for Business and Governance

Tom Jenkins, the Chairman of OpenText Corporation in Waterloo, spoke to HBA students at Ivey Business School this Thursday, November 3rd as a part of the Annual Ivey-Thomas D'Aquino Lecture on Leadership.
Oct 4, 2016

Yvonne Camus - Visualize your success

Endeavour to live the life you could only imagine and success will come in uncommon places.
Aug 19, 2016

Richard Bartrem – How WestJet Competes with Culture

WestJet is a prime example where culture can be a source of competitive advantage.
Aug 10, 2016

Lessons from Rik Ganderton – Leading Organizational Transformation

As a self-described "change junkie", Ganderton leveraged his resiliency and personal drive to "prove that we really could change this low performing organization into a high performing one."
Aug 9, 2016

Ivey MBA Leadership Day

Throughout the day, we developed a deeper understanding of how having the ability persuade, an acute awareness of the external environment, and a concrete foundation of character are essential for a leader to achieve scalable and lasting success.
Aug 1, 2016

Managing Personal Drive and the Fear of Failure - Lessons from Nick Leeson, the Rogue Trader who brought down Barings Bank

There are lessons we can all draw from Leeson's story in order to be more aware of our driving motivations as leaders.
Jun 10, 2016

My Leadership Development So Far

The artifact I brought today to illustrate my leadership lesson is a sedimentary rock as I see it as a metaphor for how leadership skills are developed.
May 26, 2016

What Character Dimensions Are Most Important for Entrepreneurs?

As a result of my experience, I was surprised to learn that a study by Ivey Business School found that Temperance was one of the lowest ranked dimensions of character in a survey of employees at North American MNC’s, ranking the perceived importance of the 11 character dimensions.