Things That Matter 2.0 is an extension of the series we launched last year. Go to Upcoming Episodes to see what's coming. The series is intended to highlight characteristics of good leadership, amplifying themes featured in advisory work on government relations, law, and human rights and in my book On! Achieving Excellence in Leadership.
The goals are to provide good, practical, sometimes thought-provoking value to followers on various platforms. This is my way of making a contribution to improving leadership in our community and country.“Things That Matter” began in January 2021, when John Weston and others sought to build on his non-partisan observations on leadership published in his book, On! Achieving Excellence in Leadership. The format was to invite well-informed, provocative speakers on the show, moderated by Mr. Weston.
We look forward to sharing Things That Matter 2.0 with you. The first of eight scheduled episodes will air live at 5pm PT / 8pm ET, Thursday, Nov 10th. All upcoming editions of TTM are posted on our site under the “Upcoming Episodes” tab. The seven past editions of Things That Matter 1.0 are available for viewing on this site, at the links below.
UBC Brain Health Professor Dr. Silke Cresswell and UBC Professor of Kinesiology Dr. Darren Warburton
Former JTF2 Special Forces Colonel Stephen Day, former head of CSIS for British Columbia Bob Young, and former RCMP Senior Office for Trans-National Crime Cal Chrustie
Engineer David Bromley, Community Activist Zo Ann Morton, and Environment Critic David Albas, M.P.
Foreign Affairs Critic Michael Chong, P.C., M.P. and journalist and author Jonathan Manthorpe
Finance Critic Ed Fast, P.C., M.P. and Investment Advisor Ian Mellor
Joanna Baron, Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation, Author Dr. Mark Milke, and Ellis Ross, B.C. MLA and Energy Critic for Energy and LNG
Opposition Leader Erin O’Toole, P.C., M.P.