Collective Leadership — part 3

Actually I am not a big fan of words like leader and leadership. What attracted me to this course is the word “Collective”. The course outcomes includes understanding of the Collective Canyon metaphor and the importance of the collective leadership approach. Below is the third and final part of my review.




A dialogue in facilitating conversations that move, make, and inspire our systems, ecology and humans at large. Facilitation as an essential skill for everyone, to bring into our day to day interactions and in all aspects of life.

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