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3 October

A chance to become a leader for a brighter future

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I’ll get right to it: if you want to evolve as a leader to build a better world and have amazing experiences along the way, you should seriously consider the LEAD Canada leadership training program. LEAD (Leadership for Environment and Development) has provided me with some of the most profound learning experiences of my life. […]

16 July

From the field: Prairie Winds Park

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Our Sounding Board at Prairie Winds Park, Calgary, Alberta. July 15, 2014. We’re using this tool to hear from park users on how they love about Prairie Winds and how they would like to see it improved over time.    

21 April

The importance of being strategically ignorant

This was originally a guest post for UK-based Kellow Learning. “Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.” – Isaac Asimov One of our core areas of work at Intelligent Futures is community engagement. We aim to structure meaningful, authentic and […]