Four episodes. Four women. Four unique stories of leadership.
Latest episode: Dr. Carole Taylor.
In the final episode of Business in Vancouver’s four-part Women in Business podcast series, sponsored by UBC Sauder School of Business, Dr. Carole Taylor, British Columbia’s former finance minister and the current deputy chairman of the Trilateral Commission’s North American region, opens up about her career, leadership in politics and female leadership.
Carole Taylor offers advice for young men and women who are looking at the world and weighing a career in politics. She discusses how to persevere in the face of criticism.
Listen to our other Women in Business episodes
The third instalment of our Women in Business podcast series features Catherine Warren, CEO of the Vancouver Economic Commission.
Listen to Warren discuss the role mentorship played in her career, share some of the advice she has received in her career and explain the importance of telling Vancouver’s story of economic development.
The second episode in our special four-part series features Celeste Haldane, chief commissioner of the British Columbia Treaty Commission.
Listen to Haldane discuss economic reconciliation and leadership. She shares how she pursues work-life balance, how she evaluates risk and how she pushes the boundaries of change. "I always push. And I always ask questions."
The inaugural episode of Business in Vancouver's special Women in Business podcast series features the Hon. Janet Austin, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.
In this episode, Her Honour discusses leadership, democracy and the fallout from the #MeToo movement. She also reflects on what she sees as an erosion of respect for public institutions, insights from her work as CEO of the YWCA of Greater Vancouver, and the need to connect ideas to people.
Business in Vancouver’s Women in Business podcast series, hosted by Hayley Woodin, features in-depth conversations with women who have risen through the ranks of respective fields.
The episodes first launched on April 29, May 6, May 13 and May 21.
Four weeks. Four women. Four inspiring stories of leadership.