Young leaders grow where they're planted

Guelph Today
February 09, 2018
By Guelph Today
Young leaders grow where they're planted
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash
Calls abound for programs and leadership to help strengthen rural Canada, to make sure the voices of this country’s farmers are heard outside the farm gate, and to help urban people understand farmers’ crucial, daily role in feeding the world.

The question is, who’s responsible for developing leaders? Not everyone’s ready or willing to stand up and say 'hold my beer, I’ll put fuel in that rocket.' But maybe one answer to the leadership question is right under everyone’s nose.

At least, that’s the thinking at DuPont Pioneer. Rather than reinvent the wheel and develop an entirely new leadership approach, the company – represented in Canada by Guelph’s Kahntact Marketing -- believes it’s effective to support and further develop programs and organizations that are already on the ground.

So, through its Canadian community investment program for youth in rural communities, it’s started a new initiative called Growing Today, Leading Tomorrow. For the full story, CLICK HERE.


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