The secret for transition or complete transformation is simpler than most of us think… “it doesn’t take big grants, the perfect idea or years of planning to kick start change.”
Using intrapreneurship, Monica illustrates what it takes to successfully launch an idea, a solution, or an economic activity and move it forward.
Based on her PhD work and a proven track record in Saskatchewan (Gravelbourg: A Touch of Europe, Saskatoon: Ubuntu House) and in Alberta (Cactus Corridor: All Aboard, Brooks and Newell County: Welcoming and Inclusive Communities), Monica skillfully weaves her presentation strategies for collaborative partners and groups to focus on common goals and realistic action.
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See a Thrive in a Tribe [formerly Thrive in a Hive] workshop with youth on the video page
“Monica’s unique approach to building communities and businesses through clustering brings a new approach to help with tourism and business building in our area. I always look forward to the next steps she brings us which allows us to get together, thrash out our ideas and bring the best ones to the forefront while we work though them at out own pace.”
– Shelley Rymal, Owner, Sage Valley Marketing & A Belle of the Badlands
“Monica has been a great asset to have in Hanna. A visionary, enthusiastic, lively individual, Monica has a hands-on, action-orientated approach to her work. She definitely puts her money where her mouth is. If she says she’ll do it, prepare to be blown out of the water!”
– Larae Pierson, Small Business Advisor, Rural Alberta Business Centre, Hanna Learning Centre
“Monica delivers a message for business people, entrepreneurs and students of business and entrepreneurship that is grounded in her extensive work experience as well as the current and historical literature in these areas. She knows her stuff – often in a way that no one else could imagine. But she delivers it in a way that is accessible to everyone.”
– Cyril Kesten, Ph.D., Professor of Education, University of Regina