WILCanada 2018 will explore Canadian water leadership and innovation, focusing on the world’s largest freshwater system – the Great Lakes.
Event: Water Innovation Lab Canada and H2O Global Leaders Training
Type: leadership & innovation event/training, program fee / not a job
Location: recruiting 60 people from across Canada / event location: Kingston, Ontario
WHAT ARE WATER INNOVATION LABS?
Waterlution’s global Water Innovation Labs are front-running, immersive leadership development experiences designed to accelerate collaborative innovation, fast-track global knowledge sharing and devise new innovations that improve water security for the planet, and support emerging leaders (20-35 yrs) to implement SDG targets connected to water in their organisations and projects. With leadership training at its core, WIL global experiences equip the next generation of young water researchers, policy-makers, and waterpreneurs with mindsets and skillsets for beyond 2020: collaboration, creativity, global-engagement, complex problem solving, and impact-oriented thinking. Our groundbreaking, cross-sector, cross-disciplinary approach has become a proven new model for global engagement, co-innovation leadership, and a catalyst for co-created change.
IS WIL CANADA FOR YOU?
Are you 20-35 years old, passionate about water?
Are you a graduate student, young professional or community leader with a focus on water?
Do you have a water project, business idea, or artistic intervention that you would like to develop?
Do you want to build your leadership skills and techniques around collaborative innovation?
Do you want to work alongside peers and industry experts and mentors to find solutions to challenging water problems and build an incredible global network?
If this sounds like you, then WIL Canada 2018 is designed for you! for a transformative week of engagement, innovation and change-making in 2018.
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GoodWork ID: 44252 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Feb 21 2018