If you're a consultant (internal or external), are any of your clients going to Copenhagen? What are you doing to prepare them to, in the words of Dave Hampton, "succeed, against the odds, and pull off a real deal". Dave suggests, in his letter to the Independent, that if this comes about, "history will remember them for eternity, for the bold leadership they found, out of the blue, when planet Earth needed it most."
Those of use who are coaches, mentors, facilitators or similar help our clients to think better, listen better, find out what they really want and co-create their future better. Those of us who are advocates, communicators and campaigners bring inspiration, motivation and purpose. What are our best, most excellent ways of helping clients find bold leadership, out of the blue, when they need it most?
If you're interested in hearing from others and sharing your own perspectives on this, why not pop along to this informal meet-up of the AMED Sustainable Development Network, which will focus on the Copenhagen Climate Summit.
If you are planning to come, please RSVP on the site, so we have some idea of numbers.
And why not post your thoughts here, on the discussion thread on AMED's website.