Monthly Archives: March 2015

Bad Habits Good Leaders Should Avoid

The Pitfalls of Poor Leadership A lot is written about leadership these days, probably because our complex world requires skilled and strong leaders to find solutions that make a positive difference to the human condition.  Unfortunately, the flip side of good leadership is poor leadership, and recognizing some of the fundamental differences is essential if organizations and the people in them are to thrive and grow. We all know good and poor leadership when we see it and when we…

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CELEBRATE International Women’s Day 2015

Celebrating International Women’s Day – March 8        This year’s United Nations’ theme for International Women’s Day is “Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity:  Picture it!”  The International Women’s Day theme is “Make It Happen,” with a dedicated hashtag (#MakeItHappen) for social media.  International Women’s Day 2015 commemorates the 20th anniversary year of the Bejing Declaration and Platform for Action, an historic path that charts the future and sets the agenda “for realizing women’s rights.” On March 8, 2015 Canadians,…

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More Questions Asked About Deer Cull

Focus Magazine Takes Aim at Oak Bay’s Urban Deer Cull Oak Bay’s plan for a deer cull continues to grab attention from the public and the media.  Leslie Campbell, editor of Focus Magazine, has written a strong and thought-provoking article in the March 2015 edition of Focus Magazine here:  It seems that Oak Bay is as trapped by this topic as it intends the deer to be.

Mark Your Heritage Calendar!

Restoring a Heritage Home Please join Oak Bay Heritage on March 18, 2015 at 7:00 PM, at Windsor Park, to “listen and learn” about restoring a heritage home.  There will be a panel discussion, audience questions and answers and refreshments.  Donations at the door to Oak Bay Heritage are gratefully accepted.  Get there early — we anticipate a full house!  See you there.