Women in Business: Dr. Carole Taylor (Part 4)
On 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.
“I have a lot of concerns, and it surprises me,” she says. “I don’t see politicians listening to each other.”
Dr. Taylor offers advices 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.
She weighs in on Jody Wilson-Raybould’s handling of her role in the wake of the federal government’s SNC Lavalin affair, and discusses what it takes to be a leader in 2019.
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.
Listen to more discussions with women who lead at biv.com/wib and biv.com/audio. Episodes launched on April 29, May 6, May 13 and May 21.
Four episodes. Four women. Four unique stories of leadership.