At Barnes Management Group we see Knowledge Transfer – the passing of information from one group/person to another – as fundamental to the work we do.
Our expert trainers, are always learning, improve on our training information and methods, we want to pass this on to the organizations and individuals we train. Good training comes from constant upkeep - Just think, what would the world look like if we were still teaching the same subjects the same way we were 50 years ago? As society’s understanding of a subject deepens, or changes, our trainers reflect that in their learning modules.
Our Commitment to Results
Our training programs focus on leading edge thinking and content to increase the productivity and effectiveness of staff, whether they be in leadership roles or front line. Through highly effective training, staff are more likely to remain in their positions longer, client satisfaction will increase and long term outcomes will be achieved.
Our understanding of World Views changes as our knowledge grows. This means all learning modules our trainers create are constantly updated and customized for each organization/community.
If your organization wants to maximize the potential of your employees, and increase your capacity to serve the community, providing updated training with expert crafted learning modules from Barnes Management Group will deliver on that promise.
Our goal in all our work is to leave organizations and communities in a better place than we found them. This means when our expert trainers, who are always learning, improve on our training information and methods, we want to pass this on to the organizations and individuals we train. Good training comes from constant upkeep -
BMG Founder and President
David brings more than 30 years of experience providing leadership, strategic thinking and management consulting to organizations in the non-profit and public sector.
He has worked with government ministries both in Ontario and the Yukon, educational institutions, Indigenous communities/organizations, community mental health agencies, child welfare and mental health agencies, as well as many other non- profit organizations.
As a facilitator, he has had extensive experience leading large and small-scale community engagement initiatives to bring together diverse groups of people.
In his facilitation work, David has been trained in and utilizes a variety of facilitation methodologies from Appreciative Inquiry, World Café to Open Space Technology.
David has lead focus groups and visioning exercises throughout Southern and Northern Ontario as well as in the EU in order to bring stakeholders together to support strategic planning and visioning processes.