Around the world 2020 has placed questions of leadership squarely in the spotlight.
As the year draws to a close, we continue to look for leaders able to move us through the coronavirus pandemic and the social, political and environmental challenges that face us as we seek to build back better.
If we aren’t satisfied with the leaders we have, what kind of leaders do we need?
What kind of leadership can engage the challenges of our time?
What are the personal implications for current leaders and the leaders of tomorrow?
Join us for an Oxford-wide leadership discussion with post-election perspectives from three eminent American contributors: David Brooks of the New York Times; Elizabeth Kiss, Warden of Rhodes House; and Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw, Professor of American Art and Senior Historian at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.
The event will be hosted by Dr Edward Brooks, Executive Director of the Oxford Character Project.