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Please can you take the time to read through this first chapter of my new Book - and give me some feedback. Thanks in advance! Brian Moore
Workplace Conflict Resolution through fun and peer-created values agreements - 4 2014
After we woke up in the Namibian diamond mining town, we shivered as the cool and salty winds, of the Atlantic Ocean, blew willy-nilly across…Continue
Celebrating Humanity International's Strategic Team Building team of Arthie Moore, Buzz Gori and I, have recently returned from a highly successful series of sessions in Zambia. (Many African countries source their facilitators from the USA, UK and Europe.)
The feedback and comments have been incredible, which shows that South African consultants and trainers can make a huge difference in Africa. And the venues are awesome - see the picture from the Protea Safari Lodge - Chisamba -…Continue
As we head into 2013, and we are approached for team conflict resolution interventions in corporate, government and other business arenas, I am astounded at the levels of prejudice, cross cultural incompetence and general inability to build relationships in diverse teams.
Much of the prejudice is so archaic it is almost ancestral in origin, in fact some of it is from colonial days. Some of it comes from the…Continue
We started our pro-bono Dream Dynasty programme at Centenary Secondary School, in Durban on Wednesday 25/9/2012.
The Dream Dynasty – Focusing on the Dream in Education
Aims of the Dream Dynasty
I have been reading and listening to the racial anger that is being shouted out from all manner of leaders in our country.
Although South Africa was praised for the Truth and Reconciliation process - many people felt that we did not go far enough. It was felt that there should have been apologies for many of the historical events that led up to our freedom in 1994.…Continue