Our Work

WE DEVELOP PROGRAMS THAT ARE:

The good men in sport program:

Enables athletes, as leaders and influencers, to build a values-based narrative that aligns with their identity and create a positive campus culture. Program developed in consultation and support from thirty thought leaders from the sports world including professional athletes, Olympic champions, coaches, agents and players’ associations together to explore how sports can be used as a lever to help men become better people.

 

ATHLETES MAKE THESE THREE COMMITMENTS:

Get clear

What kind of man do I want to be, and how do I want to show up for all teams of life.

Face the facts

Examine how am I showing up and how do I want to be different.

Make a play

Take action to change my behavior and way of being in the world

programs delivered to:

Stanford University Men’s Soccer Team

West Point Military Academy

University of Oregon Tennis Team, Golf Team

NFL Atlanta Falcons Rookie training program, 2019

THE RESILIENCE PROGRAM: A JOURNEY INTO INTEGRITY

Provides a safe environment encouraging dialogue and self-reflection for deeper insight. 

Instills determination to build a worldview that embraces optimism.

Supports the creation & ownership of identity to engage oneself with values-based leadership & integrity. 

Promotes greater accountability to the self and others to cope with crisis, ptsd, and suffering.

programs delivered in partnership with:

Vancouver Police Union and the Vancouver Police Department

BC Professional Firefighters Association (BCPFFA)

Worksafe BC

Wounded Warriors Canada

past programs

PROGRAMS TO HELP MEN BECOME MORE INCLUSIVE AND EMPATHETIC

1. Military Veterans During Military to Civilian Transition literature report adopted through Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research used by Veterans Affairs Canada, the United States Administration, and North American Treaty Organization.

2. We’re Still Here and We Still Matter: The Shaping Purpose Military to Civilian Transition Program Evaluation and Study adopted by Veteran Affairs Canada

3. Shifting Work Cultures Towards Inclusion and Empathy — a dialogue-based program developed for Heineken Mexico that raised awareness about workplace inclusion and positively influenced corporate culture

4. Tackling violence against women – advised Tecate, a leading beverage brand in Mexico in their award winning efforts to address violence against women though video advertising

5. Living with Prostate Cancer group therapy program for men at the Vancouver Prostate Centre

6. After The Game-Understanding The Experience of Athletes in Transition study developed for NHL Alumni Association to support professional hockey player retirement transition

Join the Men’s Initiative

Connect with an influential group of representatives in an effort to create an equitable, compassionate world.