Commonwealth Leaders Dialogue Canada
ACTIVATING 65 YEARS OF EXPERIENTIAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Commonwealth Leaders Dialogue Canada (CLDC) offers unique leadership opportunities through cross-sector, experiential programs. Our focus on critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and technology deployment helps enable leaders to make positive change within local and global communities.
CLDC started with HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 1956 and 300 men and women from across the globe, coming together to discuss human challenges of industrial communities. Today, CLDC continues under the presidency of HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne, and through a committed network of alumni.
CLDC currently partners with the University of the West Indies, Acadia University, and Royal Roads University in operating programs where participants collaborate to develop new perspectives and skills which enable them to meet today's leadership challenges.
Registered alumni can access directories, forums, photo galleries, and more though the Alumni Portal to help them stay connected to their cohorts and the global CSC Alumni community. We are pleased to make online resources available to all Alumni of:
Bahamas Sends Largest Contingent to CCELD in Jamaica - The Jamaica Observer, 23 Feb 2019
Jamaica To Host Caribbean-Canada Leaders’ Dialogue - The Jamaica Gleaner, 09 Feb 2019
CSC Canada 2023
In June 2023, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conference will bring together 300 of the world’s most promising emerging leaders from business, government, labour, and the community sector.
For emerging leaders around the Commonwealth of Nations, CSC 2023 in Canada is the learning, networking and personal development experience of a lifetime.
Learn more about the conference and how to get involved at CSCCanada.org