Aspects is a series of presentations and events designed to inspire, engage and educate our engineering community. Our annual program goes beyond the technical and examines engineering from all angles, featuring extraordinary leaders and visionaries who exude values and skills integral to the world of engineering: Leadership. Entrepreneurship. Citizenship. Philanthropy.
All our alumni, students and friends are invited to join us and experience the Faculty of Engineering through memorable events that allow you to socialize and network with fellow engineering grads, students and colleagues.
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Premiere Aspects Presentation
The Stanford Lecture: Ethical Leadership
The New Leadership: A Humanistic Approach
Lieutenant-General, the Honourable Roméo Dallaire (Ret'd)
Wednesday, May 15, 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Fred Pheasey Engineering Commons, 8th floor, Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering
Tickets $30.00 each
(Includes breakfast and all proceeds go towards the ENG Fund Endowment)
Throughout his military career, Roméo Dallaire was lauded for his role in providing exemplary leadership during missions fraught with obstacles, most significantly as force commander of the UN mission in Rwanda during the genocide. He spearheaded critical reforms and professional development in the Canadian Forces, before going on to serve in the Senate. With the aim of encouraging pro-active leaders, Dallaire shares advice on regaining the initiative in the present while simultaneously anticipating the needs of the future; leading rather than reacting. His inspirational presentations encourage leaders to embrace new forms of communication with their team, giving them the confidence to go beyond the perception of their own abilities. Professional longevity, a competitive edge, and personal fulfillment are awaiting those who put the quality of life for themselves and their team at the forefront.