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I think a major act of leadership right now, call it a radical act, is to create the places and processes so people can actually learn together, using our experiences
– Meg Wheatley

Looking to sharpen your skills, build your knowledge base and improve as a leader? Look no further than to find the course, class or workshop you want! With over 100 learning providers posting opportunities on KnowledgeConnector from all over Alberta, you can find nearby opportunities to suit your needs.

Which courses are the right ones? Take KnowledgeConnector’s nationally recognized A.S.K. Leadership Assessment. Your report card identifies your strengths and areas for improvement, and connects you to the most relevant learning opportunities in your area.

Leadership development doesn’t occur in a vacuum – organizational supports for developing leaders must be in place. That’s why we’ve added the  Developing Emerging Leaders Organizational Assessment Tool to KnowledgeConnector. Take this assessment to find out how ready your organization is to train, support, and lead your emerging leaders.

Share your knowledge.

Do you have ideas and expertise to share? Since September 2011, over 6,000 nonprofit/voluntary sector leaders have visited, looking for sessions, conferences, seminars and training. If your organization offers leadership and management training, sign up with KnowledgeConnector to connect beyond your usual audience, find out about learning gaps in your region, and share your passion today!


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