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The Creative Commons: Finding our Uncommon Creativity for the Common Good – with Barry Green

February 20 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST

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How do we recognize and honor the creative lion within each of us? How do we use our uncommon creativity for the Common Good?

In this time together, we will open conversation around Creativity, introducing the 6 thinking hats of Edward de Bono, and exploring the connection of Virtues and Creativity; inspired by the work of the Virtues Project and Personality Dimensions.  The Session provides opportunity to consider and consult on the relationship of Service and Creativity, and to better understand the practice of Excellence and Creativity.

The workshop is more of a ‘playshop’, and Barry Lewis Green endeavors to play with Curiosity and Creativity and have some fun doing it.  No role playing here.  The only role you bring is YOU… extrovert, introvert or anywhere in between.  All are welcome and needed, and will benefit by understanding further:

  • That creativity is a virtue within each of us and not restricted to those with “artistic” talents
  • That embracing our creativity opens us to inspiration, allowing us to solve problems in new and surprising ways
  • That discovering our own talents is a gift to the world.
  • That the quality of our lives is directly linked to the quality of our contributions


NEW DATE:  Mon. Feb. 20, 2023:  5:00-7:00 PST,  6:00-8:00 MST, 7:00-0:00 CST, 8:00-10:00 EST, 9:00-11:00 AST, 10:00-12:00 Nfld PM


Presenter biography:

Picture os a man looking out to sea and smiling. He's wearing a white ball cap, a blue polar fleece jacket and there is a logo in the top right corner for the Unity Guy.Barry Lewis Green is ‘The Unity Guy’; a teacher, author, and podcaster who describes himself as a lifelong student of the work around character, education, and leadership, and building communities of character, leadership, unity and excellence.  As a college-level teacher he believes that education is truly the oldest and most noble of professions and he is adamant about advancing the power of character, capacity, and creativity-based education to unleash potential.  He is a business educator with an expertise built over 40 years in community, economic and business development.

In 2001, Barry became a Certified Tutor/Trainer through The Ruhi Institute for spiritual and community development.  Then, from 2002, he had the honor of joining the ranks as Facilitator (and then Master Facilitator) for the Virtues Project™; a globally engaging movement for character leadership and community capacity building.  He is also a Certified Facilitator for Personality Dimensions® and its work in temperament and personality assessment.   And … in 2011-12, he studied and wrote on character and temperament in his book Human Being Being Human©.

Barry humbly suggests that he has been and is a ‘community guy’, in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors.  Work with the Departments of Labour and Rural. Agricultural and Northern Photo of smiling, middle-aged man in a baseball cap and black t-shirt, looking at the camera. Barry Green.Development, and Canada Employment and Immigration bore that out in his early career.   Then with Atlantic Canada Plus and working at CNA as a community college business educator, he continued with a career in community and economic development that now spans the federal and provincial public service, the private sector, and the community sector.  As both a speaker and business educator he has delivered on education, leadership, and business management as a vehicle for community, economic and business development to hundreds of thousands of youth and adults across North America.  He works one to one, and in small and larger groups … with Entrepreneurs, Educators and Emerging Leaders … as leaders seeking to unite and inspire… to more effectively respond to change… and constructively create it. Through it all, the message is character leadership and education…  noble, together, strong.


February 20
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST




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