The workshop for men who are ready to re-energize themselves, their relationships, and their communities
Sessions will take place in a secure videoconference led by trained facilitators who will lead participants through a series of individual reflections, collaborative activities, and group discussions. Each week will focus on a specific theme:
NEXT SESSION (Sign-up deadline March 16)
- Week 1 (Mar 23 – 7:30-9:30pm ET): Fostering brave, authentic connections with ourselves and other men
- Week 2 (Mar 30 – 7:30-9:30pm ET): Challenging and supporting ourselves and each other to live with greater integrity and accountability
- Week 3 (Apr 6 – 7:30-9:30pm ET): Exploring skills and opportunities to transform our mindset and our stories
- Week 4 (Apr 13 – 7:30-9:30pm ET): Celebrating our gifts and designing ways to share them within our relationships and communities
Who is this for?
Men who are ready to live with greater self-awareness, intention, and purpose in their lives. In today’s world that is more distant, disconnected and “remote” than ever before, it can be an isolating experience to be a man. We’ve been conditioned to keep our feelings “on mute” as a way of surviving and being in service to others. While creating that space for other voices is more important than ever, our responsibility as men begins with hearing each other and being heard. This series is for you if you are ready to unmute yourself and open up, speak up, and show up in ways you may not have before.
Born and educated in Germany, Harald has lived most of his professional life as an Electronics Design Engineer in Ontario. He enjoys adventures, whether journeys take him into the depth of his own psyche, into discovering Canada on a motorcycle, or hiking and camping the many beautiful parks this country has to offer. As a certified Health and Life Coach he shows people in high stress jobs that “there is more to life than just work”, thus finding deeper meaning and connection in life. Harald joined the Mankind Project in 2012 where he is recognized as a Leader in Training. These days he enjoys life goofing around with his grandkids in Muskoka, where he lives with his wife Amanda and his dog Cassie.
Walter has been an adventurer, an author, world-cyclist, artist, photographer, spiritual seeker, teacher, and counselor. He has been a “Quester” his entire life. Walter holds a Bachelor of Psychology Degree, completed three years of training with the Transpersonal Therapy Center, and holds post-degree diplomas in counseling, working with men’s groups and non-violence. Walter has been a professional counselor and has supervised social workers in the areas of abuse and masculinity for over a decade and was awarded the Rich Tosi award by the ManKind Project for his service to the community. Walter has studied, taught and developed community through training with various schools, mentors and teachers from around the world for over 20 years. Walter has developed a keen sense of awareness of human consciousness and uses transpersonal methods to help guide others on their life journeys. Walter is actively involved in self-development groups, and also offers and facilitates individual and group healing through sessions and trainings. He is a deeply wise teacher who embraces the adventure of life with humor, wisdom, courage, and greatness.
Dave holds an MBA from York University and a Certified Human Resources Leader designation from the HR Professionals Association. He has designed and delivered training and development programs in several countries in North America, Europe and Asia, has in-depth experience in recruitment & selection, performance management, and talent management, and has taught in business programs at several colleges and universities. Dave recently moved to the not-for-profit sector after a global career in technology, insurance and manufacturing. His current volunteer work includes mediation with Community Justice Initiatives in Waterloo Region, supporting men’s circle work and training in the ManKind Project and singing Bass in the Waterloo Region Police Chorus.
I am currently in my second year pursuing my Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. After undergoing my own life experiences and traumas I wanted to find a way to heal. I utilize what I have learned from my trauma responses and post trauma growth to help others. My passion to help others overcome adversity is strong and apparent. I am a volunteer for victims of abuse. I also work as a disabilities support worker, working with developmentally challenged individuals. I strive to be the change in the world by doing what I can to help create that change.