Dr Gregory Bott

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Gregory Bott recently completed his Phd in the School of Management at Royal Holloway.  His thesis was titled 'Do leadership theories explain the behaviours of nonprofit board members? A contextual study of transformational leadership'.

He holds a BComm and a MSc in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of Alberta, Canada.  He has also completed executive education courses in municipal management, leadership, and governance from the University of Alberta and the Institute of Corporate Directors.  Mr. Bott has held lecturing positions at the University of Alberta on topics including strategic positioning, economic theory, value chain development, and small business management in both private and nonprofit sectors, and has taught human resources at Royal Holloway. Mr. Bott’s current research interests are in nonprofit board governance and numerous facets of leadership.

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