Leading from The Inside Out: Charles Pascal hosts an online leadership event on Thursday March 18th at 7pm

Charles hosts an online leadership event on Thursday March 18th at 7pm for one hour.

This is a rare chance to learn one on one from Charles Pascal.

Charles will be donating all proceeds from the leadership training to Prince Edward County Radio Corp. In addition, Charles is offering all participants more value with the option of a free follow up conversation; one-on-one coaching with Charles absolutely free after the leadership event.

Price: Only $60 for the leadership event with 100% of your contribution going to 99.3 County FM, your non-profit community radio station.

To get the most out of the leadership session we highly recommend first reading “Leading from the Inside Out”. Get your copy from Books & Company in Picton, they have an autographed copy for participants and have created a special rate of only $26.95 (+hst). Call 613-476-3037 or visit www.pictonbookstore.com

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Book overview:

What happens when you get a chomping at the bit champion leader anxious to let loose on the latest challenge?

What if each opportunity deepens the desire mediated by a combination of both greater wisdom and insight-and the voice that cautions: “look before you leap”?

What if you string together 40 years of such action in a variety of complex settings?

And what if you take notes and feed forward reflections as you encounter each problem? You get Charles Pascal’s Leading from the Inside Out.



About the Author:

Charles E. Pascal is an internationally recognized educator and author with expertise in early and higher education, public policy, leadership and strategic philanthropy. His 2009 seminal report to the Premier of Ontario-With Our Best Future in Mind-has informed policy and practice in early child education in Canada and beyond. Charles and his daughter, Tai, authored Too Far from Perfect: A Father-Daughter Conversation about Public Education (2013), a well-received narrative according to students, educators and parents. A former college president and Ontario deputy minister, Charles is currently Professor of Applied Psychology & Human Development at the University of Toronto. He continues to advise organizations and governments in Canada and globally and mentors next generation leaders. Charles has a PhD. in Psychology (University of Michigan) and has received recognition from many organizations to date, including three honorary college diplomas and three honorary university doctorates. He was appointed a member of theOrder of Canada in December of 2014. He has a lifelong love of baseball as a player, writer and coach.