Brian V Moore Managing Director of Diversity Training in South Africa.
Author, speaker, diversity 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 for this work, by Archbishop Desmond Tutu
with a Sanlam/Sunday Tribune Community Builder Award.
A wonderful teller of stories - he speaks English, isiZulu, Afrikaans
fluently and gets by in the various Nguni languages.
He chaired the 2009 Learning World Conference, in Hong Kong. He
presented at the London Diversity Conference - in 2008 and has
presented to Post Graduates at Quinniapac University, Connecticut -
He is the author of Team Conflict Resolution Strategies and co-author
of Celebrating Humanity programmes.
The lates programme is the Dream Dynasty and Diversity Management
in Schools. Our latest Dream Dynasty project.
The Dream Dynasty focuses on building the dream in schools and
creating a safe, values-based, dream-focused environment for pupiles,
teachers, school support staff and parents alike.
Other interventions include diversity shows, diversity speakers,
diversity training, diversity management, team building, team unity and
team conflict resolution programmes.
Request a proposal, or call +27 79 643 4457, or email Brian directly -
Brian V Moore believes that we add to
each other in more ways than we can ever
"I was always confident and happy as a
single man. When Arthie Moore stepped
into my life I become a full person. Her
background, experiences and totally
different view of the world have added to
me, grown me, enhanced my abilities and
have honed my skills and they way in
which I relate to people.
Amongst many other things, Arthie has
taught me how to give, how to receive and
how to forgive.
Without her and the many other diverse
people in my life - I would not be on such
a wondrous and exciting journey though
The more we are exposed to people of
different cultures, religions, views, values,
perspectives, understanding - the more
we are challenged to be more.
The more we stick with people who
simply agree with us - the less we grow."
Diversity Training in South Africa
Fun, Effective Diversity Training, Team Building,
Team Conflict Resolution through Celebrating