As Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, I was asked to write a letter to future Canada and Canadians.
Being an immigrant turned new Canadian, I believe I bring a fresh perspective to Canada, which is based on my unique experiences, talent and expertise. Having worked with individuals and organizations across 4 continents, I am honored to be Canadian and grateful to have opportunity to voice my Happy Birthday to this wonderful country.
To Canada’s Future Leaders:
I’m honoured and humbled to be a Canadian. I wasn’t born in this country. I came here as an immigrant to seek better future for myself and my family. Being a leader in my home country, I was looking forward to contributing my talents, skills and experiences in a much bigger way.
Beginnings were much harder than I imagined, the learning curve was longer, yet much needed. I decided to press through the obstacles and keep doing my best. Slowly I built new friendships, embraced variety of cultures, expanded my horizons and became part of multiple communities. My life is more colourful and richer because of Canada. I am grateful for my family, business, team, clients, advisors, business partners, fans and wonderful friends.
My Canada in 2032 came to understand that expertise and experiences gained around the globe matter. We welcome talent, have systems, processes and necessary support in place to plant this talent into local communities and grow it to benefit us all. We not only embrace diversity, but we reap benefits of diverse workplaces and communities, learning from each other and significantly improving the quality of life at home and around the globe.
>> Click here to access the full letter to learn what I envision for Canada in 2167 (Canada 300).
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