Thank you for a fantastic 2018-2019 Program Year!

Please note that TAVA meetings and workshops are on break in July and August. We look forward to seeing you on September 12, 2019 for Maggie DiStassi's workshop on "The Mindful Leader: Making the Shift from Reactive to Responsive one Moment at a Time". Check back in July to register for this event and other autumn 2019 workshops.

Memberships can be renewed at any time of year; renew or join now to take advantage of TAVA's many member benefits!

January 11, 2018: Annual "Give & Get" Business Meeting & Workshop

  • Thursday, January 11, 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • The Yonge Street Mission (Classroom B)

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TAVA is an association rich in experience, skills and knowledge.  At this Give & Get, we will learn from each other in a dynamic, interactive session, exploring the topics, ideas and challenges that matter to you. 

You'll share your own ideas and learn from others.  We will be using Liberating Structures to shape our conversation and stepping back at times to explore how the structures themselves work.  Liberating Structures are a toolkit of simple but powerful methods that can get everyone in a group engaged in new ways to share ideas, reveal ideas or solutions, analyze, get help, strategize and plan with groups of any size. 

Through this session, we'll learn from each other to grow our practices while adding to our toolbox of approaches in our work.  Come prepared to be participate, listen and share!  Please be sure to bring a notebook and something to write with.

Please vote for topics you'd like to discuss at the Give & Get, or suggest your own using this two-minute survey

Facilitator: Christine Martin

Christine Martin has been leading volunteer engagement in the non-profit sector for 20 years and for over 9 years has grown and led the dynamic volunteer engagement strategy at Evergreen, based at Evergreen Brick Works and working across the county, mobilizing volunteers to city building work with a sustainability focus.  More broadly, she is supporting engagement with citizens in the Don River Valley Park, Hamilton Community Storefront, 100in1 Day and exploring new models towards volunteer engagement in the context of citizen engagement.  Christine is a practiced facilitator with a desire to help individuals and organizations envision how they can grow, improve and innovate.  She is currently completing her Masters in Design at OCAD University in Strategic Foresight and Innovation.

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