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06 June 2020, 04:00 PM

Talk and session: Enlivening Collaboration Ecosystems through Dialogue and Collective Leadership: A Story from Egypt Told with Colleagues Lulekwa Gqiba (South Africa) and Mai ElAshmawy (Egypt)

A talk by Dominic Stucker Collective Leadership Institute

Speaker expertise

Dominic Stucker was born in Germany and raised in the United States. He has lived in 10 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia, and has worked in dozens more. Dominic is an action-oriented collaborator who convenes diverse teams to address pressing sustainability challenges. He brings 20 years of experience to the Collective Leadership Institute, where he is Managing Partner and Lead Faculty for educational programs on multi-stakeholder collaboration. Dominic has co-designed and co-stewarded stakeholder dialogues and transformational change processes, for example on climate change adaptation in Mexico, technical education in Egypt, water security in Zambia, mangrove conservation and aquaculture livelihoods in India and Bangladesh, organic agriculture in Mongolia, and sustainable forestry and trade in Laos. He has an academic background in environmental governance and education, and has published with Earthscan/Routledge, MIT Press, and several peer-reviewed journals. Dominic lives with his wife and twin 13-year-old sons in rural Massachusetts, United States. E-mail: Website:

In this interactive session, Stewards will share how they helped enliven technical education in Egypt by attending to “Patterns of Aliveness” in dialogue processes across 9 governorates and the central level. In doing so, Stewards will draw on and briefly present the Collective Leadership Institute’s “Dialogic Change Model” and “Collective Leadership Compass.” Free resources and publications will be offered. Participants are encouraged to learn more about CLI here:

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