Recent Sayings


My Recent Sayings (Please feel free to add your own)

Brian V Moore 1 9 2009

We have a choice to be condemners, confirmers or co-builders. The 1st is a destroyer, the 2nd seeks friendship by hiding truth through cowardice and the 3rd focuses on building from a platform of truth, openness and candid observation and contribution.

Most people run from the 1st and the 3rd, whilst finding comfort with the confirmers.

Seek out your co-builders, take the input and grow, phenomenally!

Brian V Moore – 30 8 2009 FB.

When we all stop classifying ourselves by colours, races, religions, nations, genders, languages and tribes and only see ourselves and others, as members of the human race, we will set ourselves and the World free of selfishness, prejudice and war. http://celebratinghumanity.ning.com

Brian V Moore – 30 8 2009 FB.

It is our simple faculties and skills, or our ability to find another way, that set us free from mediocrity – the ability to see, hear, feel and the skills to read, write, type, drive, to walk and to talk all open us up to incredible freedom. We have so much to be grateful for.

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Managing a Diverse and Inclusive Organization


Here is a wonderful post that brings the importance of diversity management home,
by a Canadian expert.

Best wishes

Brian Moore

Managing a Diverse and Inclusive Organization: “Managing a Diverse and Inclusive Organization

As our work expands we are finding that more often supervisors are asking for assistance in managing a workforce that is becoming increasingly diverse and inclusive. This edition discusses the changes managers are experiencing in the ever changing workforce and the next edition will talk about diversity initiatives which may benefit your organization.

Some managers within organizations expect that, as the diversity of the population changes, so too will the diversity of their workforce. They believe that if people within the various diverse communities are ‘qualified’, then they would be hired into the organization. They believe that change will happen naturally over time.

However, a diverse and inclusive organization does not happen by chance. It requires a commitment from senior management and a plan to identify and address any issues. Diversity and inclusion is a journey that must be deliberately begun, boldly led, and constantly nurtured. Organizations must also recognize that”