Facilitated by Tim Merry, Change Leader at www.timmerry.com.
Graphic Recording by Marguerite Drescher at www.bravespace.ca.

An interactive plenary session has been built into the conference this year and will be a refreshing and exploratory experience not to be missed. The format will engage the entire group in mini and full room conversations about what’s going on in our field, what we can do to make the most of our learning when we are together and what we can do to implement positive changes upon our return to the workplace.  
Please come prepared to challenge your assumptions, take responsibility for what you care about and be open for honest dialogue with professionals in various roles in the field of Career Development.
Tim Merry will help guide the session while setting a tone for positive and real conversation in a dynamic atmosphere. His colleague Marguerite Drescher, visual artist and graphic recorder will help capture the important themes in our conversations.

About the Facilitator

Tim Merry – Change Leader

Tim Merry BWTim Merry has been supporting diverse stakeholders to come together to launch, sustain and grow innovative initiatives for over 14 years. He has extensive
experience, ranging from major international businesses and government agencies to local communities and regional collaboratives. All of his work is rooted in the belief that if we create the right conditions people will organize together and solve their own problems. Tim designs, delivers and trains tailor made processes where stakeholder voice is key to creating the systems, structures and services that meet the needs of all involved.
Tim is one of the co-founders of the Art of Hosting, has been a supporter and board member of the Berkana Institute and is a co-founder of the Hub South Shore. He founded the Split Rock Learning Centre, a youth drop in centre in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and was one of the founders of Engage! InterAct in the Netherlands. He is currently part of an entrepreneurial collaborative, working with large-scale citizen engagement and systems change initiatives.

"…The complexity of the challenges we face, the speed of change and the uncertainty of our times demand we see a bigger picture that none of us could see alone. We must work together to intelligently plan and effectively execute actions that have far reaching impact. "   – Tim Merry

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