Value of Leadership

Manitoba Canola Growers recognizes that the success of the canola industry hinges on strong leadership and support for canola from the time it is planted in the field to when it is consumed in the kitchen and all steps in between.

“If your action inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more you are a leader” — JOHN QUINCY ADAMS

Leadership is not tied to a specific title or the ability to exert powerLeaders can emerge at any level; they cultivate a desire in the people around them  to all work toward a common goal.

Learn to Lead gives farmers the opportunity to expand the skills they need to lead and give back to their communities and the agriculture industry. This event has created a network of over 100 leadership alumni who are passionate about the agriculture industry. If you are interested in attending this event please contact Roberta Galbraith. 

Canola Eat Well initiatives have created a strong network of over 185 influential dietitians, chefs, food writers, cook book authors, and home economists that continues to grow. This group of leaders are inspired by farmers stories and are now sharing that passion and carrying the canola message to a wider audience. Learn more about how you can connect with Canola Eat Well by visiting CanolaEatWell.com

Manitoba Canola Growers Board of Directors is made up of 8 farmers who represent the 7500 canola farmers in Manitoba.  Four position on the board are up for election every two years.  For more information on the board and how you can let your name stand check out these links:

How to Become a Director

Job Description – Director of Manitoba Canola Growers

Board Structure and Committees

“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality” — WARREN BENNIS

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