- Neutral Zone
- Global Dynamics
- Carl Moore Training and Consulting
- Pride at Work Canada
- Out & Equal™ Workplace Advocates
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No one person, or company, has all the answers. So, in line with our goal to provide world-class service to our clients, we are constantly working with best in class subject-matter experts and consultants from around the world in their areas of expertise. We understand that, if we want "the best of the best," we must partner with top companies and people like the ones following:
Since 1994, the Neutral Zone Coaching & Consulting Services Inc. has provided organizational development, team-building, change management and impartial and confidential conflict resolution services for public and private sector organizations, community groups, families, and individuals.
They work as trainers, facilitators, mediators, counsellors, coaches, speakers and advisors to prevent and address communication problems, human rights issues, workplace respect and professionalism issues, discrimination and harassment, and human resources needs.
Global Dynamics Inc. is the leading provider of cross cultural management, expatriate, team building, and marketing solutions designed to meet the global needs of multinational corporations. GDI works with the majority of the Fortune 100 companies, empowering the world’s finest organizations to overcome the challenges of globalization and virtual environments and to leverage the power of diversity. Global Dynamics Inc. specializes in the areas of:
Dr. Neal Goodman, co-founder and president of Global Dynamics Inc, is an internationally recognized authority on globalization, global leadership, and cultural intelligence in organizations. Through the auspices of Global Dynamics Inc., Dr. Goodman provides training, strategic planning, and consulting to top-tier Global 1000 corporations and international organizations that wish to succeed in the global arena. With a focus on international OD and HR development, expatriate relocation, curriculum design, strategic planning, and consulting, Dr. Goodman’s programs have helped hundreds of thousands of corporate executives to be more effective in international settings.
Dr. Goodman has assisted clients from a wide spectrum of the global economy. A small sampling of clients includes: AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, Citi, G.E., Acxiom, BD, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lucent Technologies, Samsung, BOC, Bechtel Corp, The N.B.A., Fujitsu, Daimler Chrysler, Monsanto, Philips, Sun Microsystems, Genentech, Reynolds Metals, Hyundai, Volvo, Conoco Phillips, HP, and The World Bank.
Carl Moore, the founder and CEO of The Associates, LLC, has almost 40 years’ experience in the field of diversity and inclusion as an employment litigator, arbitrator, mediator, and trainer. He has served as Executive Director and General Counsel for a teacher’s union; as Chief Employment Counsel to one of the largest employers in the nation; as General Counsel for an employee appeals board in the federal government; and as lead trainer for more than 45,000 classroom participants, including more than 1,800 government attorneys, 60 federal district court judges, and more than 1,300 managers and employees in the United States Senate.
His client base is evenly divided between private sector and public sector organizations. The Associates have served private sector corporations; federal, state, and local agencies; non-profits; unions; and associations. Clients include food service and facilities management organizations, law firms, most of the bank regulators in the federal government, firefighters, law enforcement, university faculty, federal district courts, national security organizations, janitorial service firms, architectural and engineering organizations, space science organizations, office supply companies, internet broadband suppliers, and internet technology firms.
Pride at Work is a professional organization created to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in Canadian workplaces.
To realize fully inclusive workplaces for LGBT employees across Canada.
They are guided by the principle of full accessibility for everyone, and they reflect the communities in which they live and work.
The mission of Pride at Work is to support the work of LGBT Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), HR professionals, Diversity specialists, and allies, to effect positive change for LGBT employees in the workplace. The Governing Council accomplishes this by conceptualizing, planning, organizing, and facilitating both large- and small-scale programs which provide networking and educational opportunities on critical issues facing the LGBT workplace community.
Out & Equal™ Workplace Advocates (commonly known as “Out & Equal”) provides a variety of services to companies, human resource professionals, employee resource groups (ERGs), and individuals.
Out & Equal™ Workplace Advocates champions safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. They advocate building and strengthening successful organizations that value all employees, customers, and communities.
In addition to their annual Workplace Summit, Out & Equal™ offers Building Bridges Diversity Training specific to LGBT workplace issues, a national network of 18 regional affiliates, support to LGBT employee resource groups, monthly e-Newsletters, and individual donor and corporate sponsorship programs.
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