At 20 years of age, is the World Wide Web a blessing or a curse? Likely a bit of both. One thing you can’t deny: it’s one of history’s greatest and most consistently beneficial experiments in collaboration.
Especially when it comes to community building and the sharing of ideas. Anyday, anytime, anywhere, you’re never less than a few clicks away from lifetimes’ worth of information and ideas on courageous leadership and cooperation.
Similarly, InCommons inspires, fosters and celebrates collaboration among Minnesotans as well as individuals worldwide – whether in-person or online. We’re always perusing online resources to help kindle the collaborative spirit. Following are but a few; we encourage you to check out, bookmark, learn and explore:
Please join the Humphrey School community on Thursday, Nov. 3, to explore an international perspective on integrative leadership when Humphrey Alum Rashmi Singh returns to campus.
Singh, founder of Mission Convergence; Executive Director, National Resource Centre for Women, Government of India; received the 2011 University of Minnesota's Outstanding Leadership Award for Internationals.
From 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Singh will share her insights in a public presentation and follow-up audience discussion in Integrative Leadership in India: A Journey from Theory to Practice. Register for free.
Visit InCommons to share your thoughts and solutions to three big budget-related questions inspired by this past summer's Citizen Solutions Forums.
The Forums were in-person gatherings that offered residents opportunities to voice their thoughts about Minnesota's budget situation. Now's your chance to chime in on InCommons.