At Open Spaces Learning, we are corporate culture game changers.

We are about unleashing the Canadian corporate sector to lead the world in a ‘profit with purpose’ approach to business – ‘good for the world; good for business’.

World renowned business strategist, Rosabeth Moss Kanter,  found through her research that global corporations such as IBM, Banco Real, P&G, Cemex, Omron  were able to act with the rapidity and creativity of much smaller enterprises when being true to purpose and values.

Together we are fuelled by Love, Aliveness, Creativity, Contribution, Trust in support of our clients achieving and sustaining extraordinary results in the world and in business.

Who are the Corporate Culture Game Changers?

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Leslie Bennett

NCC (Newfield Certified Coach), PCC (Professional Certified Coach), B. Com, Approved Tribal Leader

Leslie designs and delivers powerful programs for corporate clients that shift cultures, improve results, and change the future. She specializes in creating and customizing programs that meet the needs of each client. She develops powerful partnerships and collaborates on projects that support Corporate Social Responsibility goals in Canada and the United States. Her executive coaching skills expand her clients’ collaborative relationships with colleagues and their strategic success.

She is one of the few ‘CultureSync™ Approved Tribal Leaders in Canada. A “Tribal Leader” is a leader whose teams produce vastly superior results by synchronizing culture and strategy. To this end, she consistently stabilizes and effectively develops other people around her leading to breakthrough levels of innovation, collaboration and performance. Click below to listen to Leslie leading part of a Tribal Leadership session (15 minutes).

Leslie is passionate about mental health and helping others to understand and implement the support they need to be stable and thriving in all areas of their lives.  She runs Your Mental Health Takes a Tribe blog, offers Unleash Your Mental Wellness coaching program and co-facilitates a Peer Support group in her spare time.

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Heather Shapter

B.A. (Psychology), M.B.A.

For the past twenty years, Heather has partnered with leaders in business, not-for-profit, government and academia all over the world to further her commitment to end poverty for vulnerable populations.  She is a sought after speaker and facilitator of strategic culture-shifting programs that galvanize the corporate sector to lead from ‘profit with purpose’ – good for the world; good for business. Heather’s specialties include organizational capacity building; strategic planning, leadership development, executive group coaching, workshop design and facilitation. Heather has been recognized nationally and internationally for leadership in service of others.
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Elizabeth Dove

B.A. Hons, M.Mgmt

As a specialist in strategic engagement of the public, companies and government in social change, Elizabeth has worked as senior staff and consultant for projects that create broader engagement and support to the arts, public health, child welfare, and particularly international development. Using a results-oriented approach focusing on tangible measurable benefits, Elizabeth helps bridge the cultural differences between sectors to create partnerships that meet shared goals.

From strategy and design through programmatic and communications execution, Elizabeth has helped partners realize their vision for a better world.
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