Felicity Edwards serving panettone, Christmas Day 2017

Felicity Nan Edwards aged 65 years, of Canmore, Albera, Canada, died suddenly Friday 5th January 2018.

Mourned by:
Hilary and David Brown, Tim and Aileen Edwards, Kerry Edwards and Chris Lewis
Nieces and nephews - Hannah, Andrew, Angharad, Alistair and Claire
and all the family circle.

Full obituary on Bow River Funeral Service

Photo taken Christmas Day, Dec 25, 2017. "The panettone was out of this world!"

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Felicity Edwards

What Felicity Edwards does

Felicity’s consulting activities occur in four areas:

  • Relationship management in complex issues;
  • Organization diagnosis and management;
  • Planning - community and regional planning; and
  • Executive coaching.

I work with different types of groups:

  • Representative groups - negotiation with explicit set of interests, broker across boundaries. composed of "parties".
  • Community/regional development - participation of stakeholders in a planning situation.
  • Leadership teams - strategy and planning activity characterized by empowered representatives who have the formal power to make strategy happen.
  • Individual leaders who want support through complex issues.

Managing the decision making processes is directed at:

  • Structural issues - who, how long, flexibility, implementation, power balance/imbalances.
  • Establishing a framework for decision making.
  • Helping to provide overall direction of process.

More recently developing workshops in Canada and Europe for on:

  • Citizen engagement; and
  • Futures studies and foresight as an instrument for public engagement.


About Felicity Edwards

Felicity Edwards

Felicity has worked in complex systems for most of her life. She holds two Masters degree – in Human Ecology (University of Calgary) and in Systems in Management from the University of Lancaster in England.

For 25 years, she has worked with groups inside organizations and outside to help on questions of negotiation, organizational management, decision-making, planning, sustainability, and natural resource management and community development. For eight years (November 1986- November 1994) she directed, designed, developed and delivered executive training programs at the Banff Centre in Alberta and around the world.