Lessons on Leadership With Maureen Sabia

| March 21, 2019
Submitted by Stephanie Holman for McMaster Political Science Students Association

Lessons on Leadership With Maureen Sabia

The McMaster Political Science Students Association is pleased to present, “Lessons on Leadership with Maureen Sabia,” an event in collaboration with McMaster’s Political Science Department and Experiential Education Office.

Join us Tuesday, March 26 from Noon to 1 p.m. in Hamilton Hall 305 for a one-hour interactive discussion with Chairman of the Board of Directors of Canadian Tire Corporation, Maureen Sabia. Named one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women, appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada, and awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, stop by to learn how Ms. Sabia successfully became and remained one of Canada’s most successful leaders.

Ms. Sabia’s experiences of being one of three women in her class at University of Toronto’s Law School in the 1960’s, navigating a successful legal career in both the public and private sector, opening her own consulting practice, co-authoring numerous publications, and serving as Director and Chairman on multiple Boards of prominent Canadian companies (most notably Canadian Tire, universities and hospitals), has led her to break countless glass-ceilings during her journey and gain invaluable wisdom to share with younger generations.

Ms. Sabia’s official biography will be posted for more information. If you are interested in listening to Ms. Sabia’s message to future leaders or would like to network and discuss issues/topics surrounding the legal and corporate world, this is an event you do not want to miss. Learn more about this event on our Facebook page.

Refreshments provided.

 

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