Nik Beeson & Elizabeth Soltis
Crisis is Opportunity: Responding to Polarization with Collaboration
Nik is a change/insight facilitator offering workshops, coaching and consulting focusing on meaning, curiosity, creativity, disruption, addiction and resilience. He is also a composer/musician and a writer of essays, prose and poetry.
Nik has educations in Theology (U of T), Professional Coaching (Adler), Team Coaching Supervision (Velleman/Gestalt), Spiritual Care (CAPPE), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, and is a Certified Change Agent (CCA) with experience in organisational development. Nik studied Theology at the University of Toronto with a focus on consciousness, addiction, ecology and love, was a Spiritual Care resident on the ICU, Emergency and Neuro Wards at the Toronto Western hospital, worked in Palliative Care, and was a live-in staff person in homes for the homeless and for people with mental health challenges.
As a performance artist Nik has written and performed works of ‘sonic theatre’, music for contemporary dance and art installations, and recorded and performed in the genres of folk, alt-rock, punk-funk, ‘sub-jazz-world’, ambient/electro-acoustic and sound art.
Nik is a skilled and empathetic facilitator, known for creating safe spaces – with an abundance of curiosity, open-heartedness and good humour – to explore big questions.
Change that matters owner Sarah Glenister, is the Founder of Australasian Change Days and is determined to change the world. Collaboration and co-creation are essential to have impact especially in areas that have no easy solution, a major driver and principle of Change Days.
We clarify the complexities of organisational change using engaging videos and visuals that bring change to life. Whether it's an organisation-wide transformation, that key initiative everyone talks about or a tech-heavy IT project, we've helped them all to 'get visual' and share their key messages.