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Brian V Moore replied to Des Squire's discussion Considering diversity
"Wonderful article, Des. Thank you. Our focus has always been, "At the level of respect all people are equal!" We do need to understand more about people - their cultures, religions and histories. But that should not be our sole…"
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"That is awesome Petra.  We actually include team building in all diversity and conflict resolution sessions, and have been highly successful in that for twenty years."
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"I would include diversity in all general team building training and not in a seprate course at all"
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Diversity Team Building, or Diversity Training?

Would you choose Diversity Team building or Traditional Diversity Training?Both diversity interventions have a place in the business, or government arenas.Traditional Diversity Training.With skills and understanding being developed in this form of diversity training, there are often individual, intellectual changes.The delegates will get to know why we view the world differently, what historical issues brought about our separation, who is to blame and why we should change.This can change…See More
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"This reminds me of the case of Derek William Bentley and Christopher Craig, both hanged in Britain for the murder of a police officer. Although he did not fire the fatal shot, the judge in court (Lord Chief Justice Goddard) sentenced…"
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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
What companies or organisations are you with?
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
Blogs
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Team Building Blog
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http://www.teambuilding-south-africa.blogspot.com

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Diversity Team Building, or Diversity Training?

Posted on February 11, 2015 at 12:33 2 Comments

Would you choose Diversity Team building or Traditional Diversity Training?

Both diversity interventions have a place in the business, or government arenas.

Traditional Diversity Training.

With skills and understanding being developed in this form of diversity training, there are often individual, intellectual changes.

The delegates will get to know why we view the world…

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Aliens don’t negotiate. Build respect in your negotiating teams.

Posted on January 29, 2015 at 10:30 0 Comments

Building respect and relationships, within negotiating teams will change the outcomes of wage negotiations.

Picture an All Black playing against the Springboks. They are traditional rivals. As he walks onto the field, he has no thought of negotiation in mind. His focus is to win at any cost. The Bok players feel exactly the same.

His team start with an impressive Haka. (In South Africa…

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Escape from Bashonjalo land!

Posted on January 13, 2015 at 9:44 0 Comments

A story of self-denial in a World of opportunity.

I used to watch in amazement as friends walked away from great opportunities, because an unknown group called “they”, said they were “bad.” When I asked who “they” were, there was never a definitive answer.

Around the world Governments rise and fall because of “them”. Examinations are difficult because “they” are out to get the students. Families are in conflict because the mysterious “they” intervened. People…

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A Dream comes True.

Posted on January 13, 2015 at 8:37 0 Comments

There is more to life than what we can see with our eyes.

A regal young Native American man stood before me and asked me if he could sing to me. Deep within my spirit I felt touched, I was in a place of peace that I had never experienced. Dream people, around us, faded away. It was just he and I, as he began to sing, in that majestic and mystical moment.

The song hung in the air like fragrant and colourful blossoms in the wind. It was strange and yet familiar.…

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Let's shoot...

Posted on January 8, 2015 at 13:20 6 Comments

A short tale on how easy it is to mis-communicate across cultures and languages.



The narrow, dusty roads wound endlessly around the steep sides of the Valley of a 1000 hills.



To my right the magnificent Inanda dam held back the waters of the mighty Umgeni. Behind me the river bounced into the best section of rapids, between Pietermaritzburg, and Durban, Africa’s biggest port. This was a fairly new view of the dam for me. Normally I would have been on…

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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

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At 8:32 on September 14, 2009,
Expert
Des Squire
said…
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,
Expert
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.
At 14:01 on May 26, 2009, DuduzileZwane said…
Hi guys hope you have a fantastic day, thanks for the reply it will mean a lot for me to attend one of the public speaking thanks you so much

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Mazwane
ngiyabonga
 
 
 

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