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Marty Brown

 

Marty Brown is a Senior Consultant/Trainer with Diversity Training Group. Marty has decades of experience consulting and facilitating training in diversity, team building, change management, leadership, and organizational effectiveness that improves communication, morale, productivity, and enhances organizational goal alignment.

 

 

  • a graduate from Central Michigan University (M.A. Human Resource Management, GPA 3.9)
  • experienced facilitator using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, SELF, and DISC personal assessment instruments.
  • provided diversity training for a wide variety of private sector clients grounded in ethical behavior and building respect for all as the primary focus.
  • developed and deliver training curriculum for organizations including NASA and eight top-level federal government departments, all military branches, plus state and local governments.
  • career coaching experience ranging from CEO’s to administrative personnel.
  • adjunct faculty at Christopher Newport University, Hampton University.
    Saint Leo University, and Thomas Nelson Community College.
  • investigated racial, gender, age discrimination cases involving civilian and military personnel.
  • recognized for improving effectiveness and productivity of non-profit agencies’ staff and management.
  • provided training and consulting for a US Government premier leadership program, Women’s Executive Leadership.
  • assisted hundreds of individuals gain necessary confidence and techniques to determine and achieve career goals.
  • assisted NASA management in leadership and team building training designed to capitalize on diversity and shared visions.
  • awarded a special accommodation from the Assistant Secretary of Labor for contributing to successful career transitions for thousands of military, veterans, and family members.
  • cited for leadership and bravery in combat, trained hundreds of foreign government and military officials in their native language in three countries.
  • established and monitored mentoring programs as an instrument for enhancing diversity in management positions.
  • facilitated Violence in the Workplace seminars for US Coast Guard military and civilians. After seminars, troubled participants, suspected violence perpetrators, volunteered for assessment and assistance.
  • created a new diversity workshop for managers that was adopted for an entire Marine Corps base population of 15,000.
  • addressed, and helped bring to resolution, incidents of inept management, harassment, and discrimination in the federal government.
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