March 22, 2021 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Opening Remarks by Elder Marlene Pierre, Keynote presented by Barry Johnson, Ph.D. followed by a panel with Chief Johanna Desmoulin, Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg, Chief Peter Collins, Parliamentary Secretary Gary Anandasangaree moderated by Jeff Robert

Join us for our opening remarks and prayers with Elder Marlene Pierre (Fort William First Nation), followed by an interview with Barry Johnson, Ph.D. (Polarity Partnerships) on polarities and how to leverage them to address strategic challenges.

After a fifteen-minute break, join us for a panel with (Chief Johanna Desmoulin, Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg), Chief Peter Collins (Fort William First Nation), Parliamentary Secretary Gary Anandasangaree (Government of Canada) moderated by Jeff Robert (Nokiiwin Tribal Council) on the process of renewing relationships in a post-COVID future.

 

 

About the Presenters

Barry Johnson Ph.D. – Founding Partner, Chairman & Creator of The Polarity Map® and Principles

For 37 years Barry has shared his enthusiasm and passion for Polarity Thinking™ with tens of thousands of people and hundreds of organizations around the world. As Chairman and Chief Thought Leader in the company, he continues to extend the boundaries of what we know about and can do with the powerful energy systems contained in all polarities.

Barry is both humbled by and proud of the worldwide learning and practice community dedicated to the study and application of Polarities that he has helped create. His personal mission is to help people to deliberately leverage the polarity wisdom that can be found in human culture for thousands of years into conscious, active use for the advantage of all people today.

His seminal book, Polarity Management: Identifying and Managing Unsolvable Problems, captures the foundation of this power approach. More recent articles and a book he co-authored on polarities in congregations is where you’ll find Barry’s latest thinking. He and his wife Dana enjoy traveling the open highways in their “5th Wheel” camper stopping to visit old and make new friends, bicycle and kayak.



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