In the Creative Resolutions Podcast,
you'll learn to think and act globally.
We are in a new era of economic development - one where jurisdictions and businesses are facing a host of complexities and noise. I know how tough it can be to see the forest for the trees when you have a business, government or NGO to run. I've done it! What I have learned over the years is that it takes a specific set of negotiation, management, and communication skills in order to create a collaborative work environment, narrow down a strategic plan, and avoid an uncertain future. I get things done.
I bring leaders together to agree on shared challenges and break down potential solutions—with tangible action. Join the discussion and learn what key figures in policy making, activism, education and business have to say. My mission is to empower you to uncover hidden opportunities, achieve more, and take control of the future.
If you want to go fast, go alone.
If you want to go far, go together.
I listen to Creative Resolutions In-Action on my way home from work. As someone with my own business, I need to keep up with everything going on in the region, and how it will affect me and my company. Colleen has a great way to make her conversations relevant to me - it helps to see were I fit in to all the activity that is around us.
Christina LombardiWinnipeg, Manitoba
City leaders are seen to be advancing a host of urgent priorities—economic mobility, climate change, housing affordability, infrastructure investment, and education, among others...
But it is a mistake to believe that city leaders can accomplish their aspirations on their own.
Most challenges, after all, span multiple jurisdictions. Carbon emissions don’t stop at city borders. Workers look for housing and jobs, consumers buy groceries and other goods, and parents seek out schools for their children across city, county, and even state lines. Cities and suburbs are deeply interconnected and thus need each other to tackle the major issues of our time.