Brian Calliou

As posted on the Clothesline

Brian Calliou

I’m going to talk to you about the concept of deep listening…

It takes good leaders—good people—to do this sort of work and a lot of understanding of who you are as a leader, changemaker and disrupter who is trying to make this a better world.

A lot of Indigenous ceremonies and knowledge are about going inward, understanding who you are — your identity, your beliefs, your values, the principles that you live by. A lot of our stories are about being a good human being, a good person who can relate respectfully and live closely with others. It’s relationships even beyond that — relationships with our spirit, our ancestors, with the land.

Read Brian’s entire presentation on Medium and let’s continue the conversation. 

About the Creative Calgary Congress

Creative Calgary CongressCalgary Arts Development produced the first Arts Champions Congress in 2011 as a meeting place for people who make Calgary’s arts sector a vibrant and exciting place to work and our city a great place to live.

Renamed the Creative Calgary Congress in 2014, it returned on November 22, 2016 as a place to share ideas and explore ways that the arts and artists can play a leadership role in making Calgary a more curious, compassionate and creative place for all citizens.

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