Unique ID: donald
Keywords: Human Potential and Transformational Speaker, workshop moderator, professional consultant
Industry sector: Administration, Charity, Coaching & Training, Creative, Customer Service, Education, Entertainment, Health & Fitness, Healthcare, Leisure, Management Consultancy, Medicine, Other, Public Sector, Retail, Sales, Science, Social Care, Teaching
Administration, Charity, Coaching & Training, Creative, Customer Service, Education, Entertainment, Health & Fitness, Healthcare, Leisure, Management Consultancy, Medicine, Other, Public Sector, Retail, Sales, Science, Social Care, Teaching
Over the past forty years Donald Gordon Carty has worked with community organizations around the world, enriching their development and acting as a catalyst for positive impact. Channeling his lifetime of experience with agency and initiative, Donald helps others achieve their potential by identifying and breaking down barriers, which stop them.
Donald encourages universal respect for the diversity that is human experience.
Through moderating workshops, consulting with community groups, and offering his services as an analyst, Donald has illustrated a unique ability for finding creative solutions. His clients have witnessed this method produce operational efficiency, and forge lasting business relationships. His civic and community collaboration have also benefited from the unique perspective and shared experience Donald offers. The core fundamentals of this philosophy and process are proven to translate between mediums; benefiting all facets of professional and personal environments.
Donald is a published author, personal coach, workshop moderator, speaker, and professional consultant. Focusing his time primarily with volunteer and community advocacy organizations; he is also an active member of many professional associations for societal benefit an education. At Awaken Forums, Donald offers personal coaching, seminars, and workshops to awaken human potential and encourage transformation.
“Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together” – Vincent van Gogh