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David Suzuki

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Transcript of David Suzuki

David Suzuki
Leadership Style
Persuasion
Motivated
Attentive/Compassionate
Consistency
"If I'm in a slump, I ask myself for advice."
"If I'm in a slump, I ask myself for advice."
Leadership Traits
Ten Power Tools
Eco-Justice
1992: Research station opened to help the Kayapo people protect 11.5 million hectares of the lower Amazon.
2009: Joined with Al Gore to bring The Climate Project to Canada.
1999: Pacific Salmon Forests project - Mapping and inventory of Culturally Modified Trees provided basis for securing an injunction to halt logging on Banks Island.
2005: Forest and land team worked on the Four Great Rivers Project in Tibet to create a conservation plan for the Yangtze, Brahmaputra, Salween, and Mekong river headwaters.
Thinks win-win
Kindness
3 Character Traits
Integrity
Maturity
Abundance Mentality
David Suzuki
David Takayoshi Suzuki was born on the 24th March, 1936, in Vancouver Canada.

Suzuki is a third-generation Japanese-Canadian.he and his family suffered internment, when the Canadian government declared war on Japan in 1942.

Suzuki has a twin sister named Marcia, as well as two other siblings

David Suzuki has five children, he had three children to his first wife who was his high school sweetheart. Then Suzuki married Tara Elizabeth Cullis, they had two daughters

Suzuki received his B.A. in Biology in 1958 from Amherst College in Massachusetts, where he first discovered genetics studY, and his Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Chicago in 1961.

He was a professor in the genetics department at the University of British Columbia for almost forty years, from 1963 until his retirement in 2001

Suzuki became famous throughout the world for his devotion to being an environmental activist and his work as a science broadcaster.

Suzuki has won many honours and awards these include, Canada’s most prestigious award, the Order of Canada Officer which he won in 1976 and the Order of British Columbia in 1995 as well as numerous other Canadian and international honours. Suzuki was nominated as one of the top 10 "Greatest Canadians" by viewers of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Active Participating Leader
Encouraging
listening
lead by example
help out
leader when needed.
Owl Personality
Knowledge

Understanding

Character

Over all picture
Leaders are people who rule, guide, or inspire others.
GO Green!
"He is very dedicated to living his values of health and the environment." Sahil Dhingra
Speaks as friends, not colleagues
Interest
Remembers details
Inspired
Radiates positive energy
Passion
Listening
Same status
Share comfortably and openly
Trust of others
Traits
Teddy Bear and Owl Personality
Loving,
Caring,
Approachable,
Reliable
Teddy Bear
owl
Great listener, Observant,
See the overall picture,
Wise
About David Suzuki
Persuasion
Patience
Gentleness
Teachableness
Acceptance
Kindness
Openness
Compassionate Confrontation
Consistency
Integrity

Patience
10 Power Tools
- Principled Centered Leadership
3 Character Traits
Integrity
Maturity
Abundance Mentality
7 Habits
Puts first things first
Begins with the end in mind
30 Methods of Influence
Refrain from saying the negative thing
Choose the proactive response
Assume the best of others
Avoid fights-talk through differences
Don't give up, don't give in
Involve people in meaningful projects
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