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Employee Ownership Ecosystem

Pathways to Ownership: A Free Webinar Series10:00am to 11:00am Eastern Time

Frank Cetera will speak to his hands-on experience working with cooperatives and the various network and resource organizations that exist to support them plus give a summary of legislation recently passed or in process for facilitating employee ownership development in NY State. Frank will provide lessons learned as an advisor to help you better prepare for the conversations and issues involved in advising on this topic.

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Pathways to Ownership is a no cost, five section webinar series that will give you the practical information you need to understand employee ownership options, so you can start-up or convert an existing business into one of many employee ownership models!

Creating Abundant Community in Neighbourhoods

Creating Abundant Community in Neighbourhoods 12:00pm to 1:00pm Eastern Time

In this webinar, Peter Block will speak to the concept of a neighbourly economy. This would include building ‘Abundant Community’ in neighbourhoods, as a viable alternative to the consumer-driven economic system that currently exists, as we strive to attain positive health outcomes, better distributed wealth, and engage children, seniors and neighbours in creating an educating neighbourhood. To do this, we must address social development and economic development as one and the same issue, rather than in silos. Join us as Peter offers insights on how we can create self-sustaining structures in our local communities - that reveal and mobilize existing gifts - to create more supportive social and economic fabric for prosperity.

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SpeakerPeter Block

Peter Block is an author and citizen of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books. He is the author of Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community, and co-author of The Abundant Community, and An Other Kingdom. Peter is part of the Economics of Compassion Initiative of Greater Cincinnati and is a member of his local neighbourhood council. He serves on the boards of Elementz, an urban arts centre, and LivePerson, a provider of online engagement solutions. His work is in the restoration of the common good and creating a world that reclaims our humanity from the onslaught of modernism.

Saskatchewan Links to Learning: Building on Resources

Saskatchewan Links to Learning: Building on ResourcesSaskatoon Inn & Conference Centre
2002 Airport Dr.

This is the third year for the Saskatchewan Links to Learning Symposium! The goal of the Saskatchewan Links to Learning event is to deliver a dynamic technical training forum for First Nation Economic Development Officers and Land Managers to enhance their ability to undertake successful lands and economic development ventures.

The event focuses on knowledge sharing and skills enhancement among practitioners at the community level. This forum delivers a series of workshops, led by experts in a range of economic and land development related disciplines, and offer opportunities for dialogue and networking.

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Who is invited to Saskatchewan Links To Learning?

One Land Manager and one Economic Development Officer from each Saskatchewan First Nation. Priority registration is for pre-approved community delegates.

Achieving Systems Change in Collective Impact

Achieving Systems Change in Collective Impact.3:00pm - 4:00pm Eastern Time 

What role can collective impact play in helping communities achieve systems change? 

Join us on July 10 from 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET for the next Collective Impact Forum Virtual Coffee, Achieving Systems Change in Collective Impact.

We’ll be talking with FSG’s John Kania, coauthor of the Stanford Social Innovation Review article “Collective Impact” (2011) and the recent article “The Water of Systems Change” (2018), to discuss how one can tackle the concepts and conditions involved with systems change work.

Register for Achieving Systems Change in Collective Impact

Can't make the actual virtual coffee time? Registering also means you'll be notified when the recording is uploaded to the Collective Impact Forum resource library. 

Come join the discussion on July 10!

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