Webinar with Liane Davey of Knightsbridge
In this webinar, Liane Davey shares from her book You First which presents a radical new idea: you can change your team.
Audio Seminar || The White House Council
In this audio seminar, Paul Born speaks with Paul Schmitz about the work of The White House Council on Community Solutions and its effort to lead a national community capacity-building effort that champions collaborative approaches to build healthy communities.
Audio Seminar || Margaret (Meg) Wheatley
In this audio seminar, Paul Born speaks with Margaret (Meg) Wheatley about her seminal essay from a decade ago Pioneering Leaders and explores how her work has continued to evolve and deepen: reaffirming the power of community and the importance of being a "warrior for the human spirit."
In this podcast, Michael Jones shares his recent book, Artful Leadership, and the deep parallels between leadership and the creative process. Leadership, he shares, is really a learning journey towards awakening our own creativity. He goes on to explain the nature of the relationship between leadership and...
Resource Type: Article | Author: Michael Jones
In this article, Michael Jones – a Juno Award Nominee pianist, composer and leadership educator – suggests that leaders must shift their mindset from being heroes to artists which will require them to cultivate new disciplines for accessing the subtle power of the imagination.
Resource Type: Article | Author: Margaret J. Wheatley
This seminal article, written in 2002, makes the case that new leadership is urgently needed and how Communities of Practice can help to rapidly cultivate and support this new leadership to take root.
Audio Seminar || David Chrislip
In this audio seminar, Paul Born speaks with David Chrislip about the concept of collaborative leadership; the collaborative leadership premise; and, how the theory and practice of collaborative leadership has, and will continue to, evolve.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Author: Michael Jones
In this podcast Michael Jones considers the value and power of drawing on emotional and sensory experience alongside conversations in a common forum to inform plans; outcomes and affect change.
Essential concepts for effective collaboration are outlined in this excerpt from The Collaborative Leadership Fieldbook
This chapter from David D. Chrislip’s The Collaborative Leadership Fieldbook outlines the history, concepts and potential impact of multi-stakeholder initiatives.
A Review of useful resources by Paul Born
This review of community leadership resources, conducted by Tamarack president and co-founder Paul Born, delves into questions of learning, leadership, the power of community and the literature that both supports and explores these themes.
Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction
This Caledon Institute document considers the impact of community collaboration on government policies and uses the example of the Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar || Speaker: David Chrislip
This podcast explores the concept of Collaborative Leadership. It is based on the notion that if you bring people together in constructive ways and arm them with good information, authentic visions and strategies for complex issues will arise. Learn more about creating successful collaborations and inviting this new...