Leadership 2020 Blog

The Leadership 2020 program builds leadership knowledge, skills, and capacity for those in BC’s social services sector. The Leadership 2020 blog contains posts, articles, and resources from the Leadership 2020 newsletter. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.

Leadership 2020 Newsletter: Working in Complexity

– by Chris Corrigan, Leadership 2020 Hosting Team Leadership has always been about wise action that lasts. Our groups, communities, and organizations are trying to create a better more sustainable future but our context—the world around us and the problems we’re facing—is full of complexity and change on a scale we haven’t seen before. Many […]

Federation Webinar Guide

This guide will help you take part in Adobe Connect webinar meetings with The Federation. Follow the steps in order to prepare for and participate in online webinar meetings. Please note that Federation webinar meetings may be recorded for training and/or future viewing purposes and may be shared with our membership and other provincial organizations. […]

Leadership 2020 Newsletter: Mindfulness

We held our first Leadership 2020 design session all the way back in 2010. We had already done research, surveys, and program reviews in the preceding two years, but we needed something more. So we brought together 15 people willing to disrupt the typical approaches to leadership development and training. Some came from the social sector, others came […]

Leadership 2020 updates: new cohort, new program, new website

Last week in this space I briefly touched on some new developments with the Leadership 2020 program. This week, I want to go into more detail about what the future holds for The Federation’s custom-built leadership development program. Program Background The Leadership 2020 program began over five years ago. It was The Federation’s response to what […]

2020 Reflections – On creativity

Adam Grant is one of my favourite organizational psychology authors. He is a professor in the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania and has been making his mark by challenging us to think differently about ourselves and our organizations. I shared some insights gleaned from his first book, Give and Take in the […]