Book Preview Party: The Intrapreneur’s Guide to Pathfinding
Knowing what to do in a challenging intrapreneurial situation requires training and practice.
The League of Intrapreneurs‘ forthcoming book The Intrapreneur’s Guide to Pathfinding is an essential survival manual for your next professional adventure into uncharted terrain. Don’t wait until you’re in intrapreneurial quicksand to familiarize yourself with the League’s techniques, philosophy, and case studies.
Our guide will show you how to chart a destination; move with your teammates through uneven terrain in low visibility conditions; stay the course using a project compass; tap into surprising energy sources for an intrapreneurial project; and use your self-esteem as a flotation device.
Join us for an invigorating discussion around how the League’s modern day pathfinders cultivate their will and skill to survive.
Maggie De Pree
Maggie De Pree believes in the power of human agency—the ability for people to choose to make a difference in the world. She has spent over a decade harnessing the innovation potential of businesses—big and small—to address issues ranging from climate change to healthcare. Maggie is a Co-founder and Global Director of The League of Intrapreneurs and an entrepreneur and strategist, working to advance systems change with Fortune 500 companies, governments, and NGOs. She is a recipient of the Grant Thornton 100
Faces of a Vibrant Economy Award and regularly speaks and writes on the topic of sustainable innovation and intrapreneurship. She is co-author of The Intrapreneurs Guide to Pathfinding and The Social Intrapreneur: A Field Guide for Corporate Changemakers.
Global Catalyst, League of Intrapreneurs
Environmental Defence Canada’s Green Champion of the Year and winner of the Spirit of Lord Michael Young Award, Marjorie Brans has obsessively wondered: “Can any type of market economy be reconciled with deep care for the planet and all of its creatures?” Seeking an elusive answer, she has hunted for clues on five continents in multinational corporations, venture capital funds, tiny social businesses, and charities. To recruit and train fellow explorers for the quest, she co-founded four nonprofits that meet at the intersection of economic, social, cultural, and environmental transformation and is now working full-time on COVID humanitarian response. Despite their tired feet, Marjorie and her co-travelers suspect the answer is “yes.”