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We are always out and about, facilitating game plays, attending conferences and hosting events.

Rich Feller, Mark Franklin, Ali Breen Who You Are Matters! Game Play


If you are interested in finding out what we are doing, come on by and find us! 

We love to meet new people, to engage with people from our community and to share all about Who You Are Matters! and Online Storyteller and how our tools can take your practice to the next narrative level. 

 Upcoming Events 

January 14th 1-hour Community of Practice with Mark Franklin 

OneLifeTools Community of Practice

Members of the OneLifeTools Community of Practice join monthly teleconference meetings where Career Professionals can learn, share stories and connect with others who use the OneLifeTools narrative system or did a CareerCycles training.
Find out more here



January 16th, 2020 - Who You Are Matters! Career Clarification Experience - Toronto Office Game Play

Who You Are Matters! Game Play Toronto Office

Enjoy this fun yet structured, social yet guided experience, disguised as a game, that helps you generate 3 specific possibilities, provides you with targeted feedback, and results in your Clarification Sketch takeaway and inspired actions to reach your goals.
Register here



January 20th 1-hour Free Webinar with Mark Franklin 

Mark Franklin gathers people to discuss our Who You Are Matters game and our Online Storyteller web application. He shares the basics of his Narrative Model and how you can use it with your clients, students, teams or employees.
Register here


January 27th - 29th 2020 Cannexus20 - Shaw Centre - Ottawa, Canada

Stop by our booth! #115

Our Session at Cannexus20

206: Millennial Leadership: Career Management as the Gateway | Le leadership chez les membres de la génération Y : la gestion de carrière comme passerelle - Monday January 27, 2020 15:45 - 17:00 Room | Salle 206

Is leadership only positional? Do we need titles to become leaders? What about intrinsic leadership qualities and roles we embody in work/life? Career development provides gateways for millennials to level up into leadership. Learn how, through managing their own careers and adopting HEROIC mindsets at University of Toronto's Troost ILead and beyond, millennials lead themselves, others, organizations and society. 

204: Hire a Robot: Digital Hacks for Career Practitioners - Tuesday January 28th, 2020 11:15 - 12:30 Room | Salle 204

You got this! You already have the offline skills to make online gizmos and game-changers work for you. What simple, easy-to-integrate tools are available to you right now? We have something for all levels – from beginners to gurus. Make action-oriented and informed choices to feel confident adding digital and social media shortcuts to your skill set.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand benefits and detriments of digital tools in career development;
  • Identify one social media platform that speaks to your practice;
  • Assert your capacity to adapt to ever-changing digital tools

214: PANEL: Narrative Career Management Reflection: Today's On-Campus Tools - Tuesday January 28th, 2020 15:45 - 17:00 Room | Salle 214

Career planning needs to continue to shift across higher education. Engaging students using innovative interventions and reflection tools remains vital. How can a college career course, credit-bearing university undergraduate and graduate course, disability advocate and career educator use comparable post-modern approaches to facilitate career conversations? Can facilitated technology and games create transformation? Learn about embedding narrative tools across campus.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn 15 narrative and reflection approaches being used on campus;
  • Hear challenges and best practices from diverse higher-ed contexts;
  • Adopt strategies for integrating these tools into career development services


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