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Clem Sunter chats to TSiBA Eden

06 Nov 2013

TSiBA Eden was generously offered a personal talk by Clem Sunter, on behalf of the Knysna Literary Festival and Pam Golding-Knysna. Clem Sunter is a globally recognised scenario planner, his website http://www.mindofafox.com was recently ranked by Google as being one of the USA’s Top 5 Strategy websites. Clem shared his expertise with TSiBA’s students encouraging them to engage in entrepreneurship, education and collaborative governance. He shared stories about the work that inspired Nelson Mandela and the previous government in plotting the way forward for RSA.  Clem praised TSiBA as a “pocket of excellence” in education and was thoroughly inspired by the food garden and practical work experience our students engage in. We are very grateful for his humble and entertaining approach in speaking to the core issues affecting the global economy and for bringing us all into the mind of a fox! Clem Sunter is currently promoting his book written with Chantell Ilbury,  a trilogy of their work called “Fox Trilogy” ISBN: 9780624052968.

   

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