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Brian V Moore commented on Brian V Moore's blog post Beware the poison of prejudice – set our children free...
"Thanks Sylvia, Happy is right in that there is no intended prejudice in her housekeepers reference to her "Umlungu." The challenge is that she sees herself as less than that person. The term is more often used to describe a person who is…"
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"Hi Brian, I think that Happy may be right that the use of umlungu may be used as a habit - but I must say when I hear it used in close proximity to me I take it as an insult and always turn and glare directly at the person who said it. I also take…"
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"Hi Happy.  It is common, in recent years, for a person to call their boss Umlungu.  This is because the bosses always used to be "white." It does not fit when a person is not their boss. That is in the case of most people who…"
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"The term umlungu is confusing at times. It is nowadays generally used to mean my boss. I have a lady who helps me around the house 2 days a week. She fondly and affectionately talks about her white employer by referring to her as umlungu wami.…"
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"Well said, Ian. We all need to take ownership for the transformation of the way in which we see and treat each other. It is not up to government, it is up to us."
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Tell us about what you do
We positively and powerfully transform local and international teams within diverse, non-performing or conflicted workplaces through the Celebrating Humanity series of Team Building, Team Conflict Resolution and Diversity Training.
And we love it!
“There were times when attitudes were so hard and fast that I thought it would be an impossible task to create teams within groups of people that we were working with but Brian and Arthie with incredible insight and genuine humanity was able to find the chink in the armour and break down barriers that had been built and protected for decades.

From those tenuous and fragile beginnings, many teams soared to great heights achieving outstanding results. I am forever indebted to their excellent work.”
Sue Hall – Sue Hall and Associates – Pietermaritzburg, RSA (client)

Arthie and Brian Moore

Both Arthie and Brian have many years of Africa and international experience in developing communication and respect within diverse teams, removing conflictwithin teams, diversity management training and transformational team building.

They love to learn about people, their cultures, traditions and religions and are able to greet in over 80 languages! They are widely travelled and live the lives that they talk about.

Their clients include government, multi-nationals and corporates in South Africa, Namibia, UK, China and USA.

They have positively impacted the lives 1000’s of people through their diversity/ team building programmes.



Arthie Moore
Arthie Moore – General Manager – Celebrating Humanity International

Unique in her way and manner, in bringing about and project managing positive change, International facilitator, writer and project manager Arthie Moore is a multi-faceted gem.

With over a decade in building leadership, respect and accountability within teams and companies she is well known, liked and respected as a powerful and intuitive leader.

Arthie is one of the Inspirational Women at Work- in the book by that name and has been recognized, for developing leadership amongst women, by Former 1st Lady of Mozambique Mrs Graca Machel-Mandela.

She is currently writing a book on how to build great relationships and is the co-author of the Celebrating Humanity series of diversity, team building and teamconflict resolution programmes.

Brian V Moore - Managing Director – Celebrating HumanityInternational



Brian V Moore
Another rare human being indeed, author, speaker, facilitator and change agent - Brian V Moore has a unique ability to engage, involve and unite people from any background. His skills in switching language, greetings and body language swiftly build relationships across diversity.

Known as the Peacemaker on the Dusi Canoe Marathon - for his work in bringing peace - between canoeists and rural communities, during the 1990s. He was recognized by Archbishop Desmond Tutu with a Sanlam – Sunday Tribune Community Builder Award.


He has assisted communities to build classrooms and clinics as the Chairperson of the KZN Canoe Union Valley Assistance Fund. Brian was awarded Provincial Colours for this work.

Brian speaks English, isiZulu, Afrikaans fluently and gets by in the various Nguni languages.

With over 25 years of experience in his field, Brian has spoken at numerous functions around South Africa, Namibia, UK, China and USA.


• He chaired the 2009 Learning World Conference, in Hong Kong, and presented on Transformational Team Building methodologies.
• Presented, and a sponsor of, the London Diversity Conference - in 2008.
• Presented to Post Graduates at Quinniapac University, Connecticut - USA.
• Author of Team Conflict Resolution Strategies.
• Co-author of Celebrating Humanity programmes.
Websites:
http://www.africa-dreams.com
http://www.celebrating-humanity-projects.com

Blogs:
http://transformdiverseteams.blogspot.com
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Celebrating Humanity International

Contact Details, Websites and Blogs

Fun, exciting and international Team Building and Diversity "training."

PO Box 1550, Witkoppen, 2068 - South Africa

415 Bartle Road, Umbilo, Durban - 4001, South Africa.
E-mail: brian@africa-dreams.com

Fax to e-mail: +27 866 746 310
Mobile: +27 79 643 4457 / Mobile: +27 72 439 4457
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Team Building Blog
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Beware the poison of prejudice – set our children free...

Posted on February 3, 2016 at 10:00 11 Comments

The free spirits of our children, are in our hands.



Thirty Zulu community leaders sat in a dusty rural school room. It was 1995 in the newly free South Africa, at a village called Molweni, near the great harbour city of Durban.

The delegates watched and listened as I showed and spoke…

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About women abuse. Men, I need your help!

Posted on January 20, 2016 at 8:13 0 Comments

I read a really strong and hard – hitting article "No men, you are not entitled", by the president of the ANC women's league, Bathabile Dlamini.

Everything, that she writes, is true.  Women are being abused, diminished, taken advantage of and side-stepped - in this male dominated and male-privileged world.

It happens…

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Leaving a Legacy. Lessons from Dr. Ian Player

Posted on January 12, 2016 at 8:55 1 Comment

 

Tons of destructive bombs and missiles were raining down, in the snow covered forests of Northern Italy. Young South African men and their foes, were screaming and dying.

 

In a calm between the bombing, the shell-shocked soldiers began to talk. “What will happen, if we die? What will our families do without us?”



A young tank commander, spoke up, “Let’s rather…

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The Unwelcoming Workplace. Simply, waiting for Conflict.

Posted on January 8, 2016 at 11:09 2 Comments

Imagine arriving, on your first day of work, at a company where everybody has different cultures and speak another language. They also have different religious, traditions and public holidays, that don't match yours.

The existing people have absolutely no understanding, of your religious, traditional, spiritual, cultural and family…

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We are all biased. Recognise it, set yourself free and change the World!

Posted on January 4, 2016 at 9:00 0 Comments

We are all biased. Recognise it, set yourself free and change the World!

 

Bias is a very interesting, unjust, and natural human condition.

Yet, it is a symptom of the human mind - that will continue to suppress, and deny transformation and inclusion, in the world.

South Africa, and its people, still suffer terribly through bias and exclusion.



Opportunities, employment, business & workplace conflict, are often based upon whether a…

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At 10:25am on August 22, 2015, sylvia hammond gave Brian V Moore a gift
At 19:09 on November 18, 2014, Michael Fraser said…

Ah Brian, you are so kind. We will definitely learn from each by sharing. Remember, we all add value.

At 18:01 on November 18, 2014, Michael Fraser said…

Thanks for adding me Brian.

At 8:22pm on August 22, 2013, sylvia hammond gave Brian V Moore a gift
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Happy birthday Brian - hope that you're having a great day and all the very best for the year ahead - from the skills-universe team
At 13:46 on June 25, 2012, sylvia hammond said…

No problem - will do Brian

At 12:10 on June 12, 2012,
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Always a pleasure Brian :)

At 14:29 on December 20, 2010, Jan Beeton said…

Hi Brian! It's so belated, I can't even remwember what it was! Anyway, nive to be connected with you. I was in one of your workshops in The Valley of 1000 Hills some years ago...... every good wish to you and your good wife too for the festive season and for a fantastic 2011 full of all your heart's desires!!

Best to you both

Jan

QED Development Consulting

www.qed-developmentconsulting.co.za  

 

 

At 8:32 on September 14, 2009,
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Des Squire
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Hi Brian,
Thank you for the coment on change. How are Artie and Lliam. I trust both are well? Des
At 8:28 on September 14, 2009,
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Des Squire
said…
Hi Brian
Thanks for the comment and my regards to Artie. How is LLiam he must be well grown up by now?
At 13:31 on August 25, 2009, Wayne Goddard said…
Hello Brian, thanks for the invite; where would you seem me fitting in though? Leadership? Team Building? Public Speaking? I do enjoy this type of activity.
 
 
 

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