Kings 2050 Visioning- Urban Elements

Breast Feeding NS- Moving Forward

Food Security and First Nations Communities in New Brunswick

Marine Research- Academic and Industry Partnerships

Women in Technologies in Nova Scotia

What's Possible?

Forum 29

Enabling Persons with Disabilities to Participate in Public and Political Life

Digital Nova Scotia- Leading Digital Industries

Christopher Stannix Ferry Unveiling

Organizational Evolution

Rural Assets Symposium

YMCA Rural Assets Development Symposium

Community Visioning

Imagine East Hants brought together community and business leaders to envision the future

Exressing Yourself through the Arts

Workshop with Tanya Davis at the Anti-Bullying Leadership C

Keynote- Anti-Bullying Leadership Conference

Keynote at recent Anti-Bullying Leadership Conference in Halifax- August 2013


Development Day

Visioning Day


Using Our Influence







Key Learnings

Food Security

Conference Panel

Building a Shared Vision


Building a Booklet

A Learning Conversation


Boosts learning and clarity: most people are visual thinkers. They can understand and build on ideas when they see them.

Validates participant voice: people can see that they have been heard.

Enhances creativity: we integrate visual approaches that inspire out-of-the-box thinking.

Fosters collaboration and change: using visual tools allows people to communicate, co-create and plan together with ease.

Provides a visual summary: this keeps the learning 'in the room' during your event. Or, post-event, share our charts by email, post them to the web or print them as a starting point for your next meeting.