Posts Tagged ‘Al Etmanski’

SiG Presents at ALIA

Social Innovation Generation (SiG) team members Vickie Cammack, Tim Draimin, Al Etmanski, and Cheryl Rose will present How the World is Changed: Seeing and Shifting Patterns in Systems at the Authentic Leadership in Action (ALIA) Summer Institute in Halifax from June 18-22.

ALIA programs create a place of learning and training, where leaders and change-makers strengthen their leadership, form new collaborations, and accelerate impact.

To learn more about the ALIA Summer Institute, or to register, click here.

Collaborative Leadership Tele-Learning Series

On January 26th, tune-in for an interview with Al Etmanski, President and founder of PLAN (Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network) and partner in Social Innovation Generation (SiG), on Innovating Together. Al will be interviewed by Tamarack President and co-founder Paul Born as part of their Collaborative Leadership Tele-Learning Series.

To learn more about the series or to register, click here.

Inspiring Action for Social Impact Series

On November 2, Social Innovation Generation and Frances Westley—the JW McConnell Chair in Social Innovation at the University of Waterloo and the co-Founder of the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience—launch Inspiring Action for Social Impact Series, a new webinar series focusing on Canadian ideas in social innovation.

The 8-week series, featuring leaders of the SiG initiative, will explore social innovation—sharing lessons learned, best practices and emerging concepts and ideas.

Upcoming webinars:

  • November 2: Frances Westley on Social Innovation and Resilience
  • November 9: Stephen Huddart on Managing Social Innovation
  • November 16: Allyson Hewitt on Shared Value & what it means for the non-profit sector
  • November 23: Cheryl Rose on Community-University Partnerships
  • November 30: Tim Draimin on Supporting global learning: Australia/Canada social innovation synergies
  • December 7: Al Etmanski on Natural Care
  • December 13: Tim Brodhead on Key trends in philanthropy for grant seekers from a SI perspective (Note: this event takes place on a Tuesday)
  • December 20: Dr. Ilse Treurnicht on Upcoming Trends in Innovation

For full webinar details, visit the SiG series website.

Accelerating Social Innovation: Smart Ideas for Canada

On Tuesday, November 10th, Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District – home of SiG@MaRS – will host this multi-sector conversation about social innovation, exploring how this model can change the way we support and interact with each other in the 21st century. (more…)