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Kent A. Williams

Assistant Professor

KentWilliams
Rowe School of Business

Email: kent.williams@dal.ca
Phone: 902-791-5323
Fax: 902-494-1107
Mailing Address: 
Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building
6100 University Ave, PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2
 
Research Topics:
  • Leadership studies
  • Ethics
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Experiential learning
  • Sustainability

Education

  • BComm (Dalhousie University)
  • MA, Leadership (Royal Roads University)
  • DSocSci (Royal Roads University)

Research Interests

Professor Williams’ research interests include complexity and enabling leadership capacity that imbues critical and resilient thinking. He is interested in exploring holding environments that strip away cultural coding and expose the genetic coding of the authentic self, connecting individuals and collectives in networks and systems thinking perspectives. This includes understandings of social-ecological systems that encompass fairness, prosperity and sustainability.

Selected Publications

  • Uncovering the lost potential of female leadership. Williams, K. A. The Chronicle Herald, March 6, p. 17  (2018)
  • Knowing ourselves: An emerging dialogue between nature and leader (doctoral dissertation). Williams, K. A. Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations Publishing  (2017)
  • The kind of world we want to live in. Williams, K. A. The Chronicle Herald, November 7, p. 10  (2017)
  • Time for dead awakening. Williams, K. A. Blomidon Naturalists Society Newsletter, 44.1, Gaspereau Press  (2017)
Selected Awards and Honours
  • 2015  Irving K. Barber One World International Scholarship. Award supported international scholarship experience that developed language acquisition and cultural cohesion.
  • 2015  TD Environmental Sustainability Scholarship. Award recognized research contributions to sustainable approaches in leadership and organizational development
Current Teaching
  • COMM 2310  Busiiness Ethics & Corporate Responsibility