Video – Fun ways to resolve team conflict

Another team conflict resolution program by Celebrating Humanity

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Video – Diversity Training and Conflict Resolution

Here is an a short video of a 3 day – plus 1 day follow-up team building/ diversity training/ team conflict resolution – facilitated by Mthimkhulu International (Now Celebrating Humanity International – the Team Building in South Africa specialists.


Brian V Moore

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Team Building Video

Here is a team building video on our team building with the DFA in South Africa. We worked with over 120 people, over 3 days, in Johannesburg.

It was exciting, it was fun and we had great results from it.

Please note we vary all of our team building activities according to the country, culture, tradition and belief systems of our clients. We love to resolve team conflict, diversity issues and to power up non-performing teams


Brian Moore

Brian speaks Zulu in Teambulding session

Brian speaks to “his” ancestors in Zulu.

Being able to speak in numerous languages is a great boon in Africa. In some areas, team-building is only possible in the local languages.

When Arthie and Brian Moore work together, they greet in over 80 languages and bring the cultural influences of the local country, and Zulu, English, Afrikaans and Hindi.

This group in Machadodorp – South Africa, speak mainly IsiSwati (Swazi – Swaziland) and IsiZulu (Zulu – South Africa.)
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