Bryan Boyle has spent the greater part of his professional career helping organizations and individuals implement systems and strategies to improve workflow and increase engagement. Known for his enthusiastic spirit and innovative approach, Bryan has provided effective and informative facilitation services to a long list of satisfied clients.

Areas of Effectiveness

Clients have found Bryan’s facilitation style to be highly effective thanks to his:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong presentation and problem solving abilities
  • Broad knowledge of the agricultural, manufacturing, and business management industries
  • Proven promotional and motivational abilities
  • Outstanding leadership skills
  • Ability to identify and rectify complex organizational issues

Prior to establishing his own firm, Bryan acted as a lead facilitator with the Ontario Ministry of Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). During his tenure, Bryan provided local implementation of Ministry Programs throughout southwestern Ontario and had the opportunity to facilitate sessions with a wide variety of clients and organizations. A member of the International Association of Facilitators, Bryan’s educational background includes a degree in Animal Science and extensive training in conflict resolution and leadership development. An active member of his community, Bryan has a keen interest in hockey. He has been a coach, parent, executive member, grievance coordinator and league representative for Forest Minor Hockey Association.

Professional Designations

Bryan has gained several professional designations that demonstrate his qualifications to serve his clients.

B.Sc. (Agr.) from the University of Guelph

His Honours Science degree has formed the basis for his lifelong learning in both the sciences and humanities.

Alumni Medal of Achievement

Eight years after graduation, Bryan received this award based on his innovative and effective approaches in his work and community. The University of Guelph awards this honour to only one alumnus annually. It rewards someone who has made outstanding contributions to their country, community and profession.

University of Guelph

Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF)

Bryan was awarded this certification by the International Association of Facilitators based on his demonstration of their guiding principles in his work, completing training and mentoring requirements and formal assessment by international facilitators from four different countries.

International Association of Facilitators

Professional Agrologist (P.Ag.)

This designation notes that Bryan is a member of the Ontario Institute of Agrologists. This designation demonstrates his level of commitment to the agri-food, agri-life sciences and the agrology sector. The Ontario Institute of Agrologists protects the public interest and ensures high-quality standards and ethics within the professional activities of licensed members.

In 2012, Bryan was presented with one of two Distinguished Agrologist Awards in Ontario, based on his significant service to the profession of agrology and the agri-food industry throughout his career.

Ontario Institute of Agrologist

Learn How Bryan and His Team Can Assist Your Organization

Over the years, Bryan has amassed a wealth of knowledge and practical experience helping organizations tackle difficult issues and brainstorm new ideas. For more information on Bryan’s facilitation services, please review the following service pages. Tackle complex issues with confidence – contact Bryan today to learn more about the benefits of professional facilitation.

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