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- The Question That Will Change the Way Your Team Gets Things Done http://t.co/bbFhEUKerG @dailymuse #leadership about 11 hours ago
- Check out what our ChemE summer program students have been up to in this update: http://t.co/sIxiXXph8G #leadership #UofT #uoftengineering 02:15:15 PM July 29, 2014
- Is work-life balance a myth? Some tips on handling a busy life from the @Globe_Careers #Leadership Lab: http://t.co/eKskJV0uX8 10:15:51 AM July 29, 2014
July 28, 2014 Students participate in a workshop led by Danny Cushing about Emotional Intelligence as part of... Read more »Video reviews of leadership courses now available
July 14, 2014 Thinking about electives? ILead is offering 4 undergraduate and 5 graduate courses on... Read more »ILead Inspires Researchers
June 19, 2014 Patricia Sheridan (MIE BASc 0T9, MASc 1T1) is mapping uncharted territory for graduate... Read more »No summertime sadness for these ChemE students
June 4, 2014 Students tour the D.W. Harvey Shops at the TTC Works yard as part... Read more »ILead Inspires Engineers
May 29, 2014 Hatch consulting engineer. Rugby coach. Musician. Math and physics tutor. Registered student in... Read more »