These are the CSCLeaders who held talks and discussions at WHALE Arts today in Wester Hailes and they are an important group of people from all walks of life across the Commonwealth. Delegates came from all over the world including New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Malawi.
To apply to be a CSCLeader you will have to be someone who will benefit from ‘experiential learning’. But first and foremost, the applicants are generally exceptional business or governmental leaders. But they were still up for a bit of fun during their long week of discussions and talks!
They have come together in a partnership between international leadership development organisation Common Purpose and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences.
The question they were discussing today was this:-
How do you get societal – as well as economic – value out of technological innovation?
The Digital Sentinel spoke to Colette Lowe from Common Purpose who were one of the groups organising the study week as to what they were up to:-