International Project Experience

Canada's Pacific Gateway

North Shore Project Leadership brings a global perspective to projects. Terry has many years of experience managing projects and making presentations effectively in a variety of intercultural settings, and for clients in the Caribbean, China, India, Russia, the Middle East, the UK, Hong Kong, and the Philippines.   

A few examples include:

  1. Jamaica: Handbook for Jamaica Community Tourism Enterprises:Facilitated consultation process and content development for 100-page workbook. Co-facilitated accompanying training workshop—for Jamaica Tourism Product Development Company(with Small Planet Consulting)
  2. Russia and UK: Olympics Online Learning Project Creation of website and Games-related learning resources; partnership development in the UK and Russia.
  3. China: BC-Canada Olympics Pavilion Mission Management of trade development mission with multiple partners; coordination of logistics, development of program.
  4. Jordan: Tourism Sector Council Development Coordination of strategic planning initiative for country’s first human resources sector council.
  5. Barbados: National Tourism Human Resources Development Strategic Plan Management and facilitation of multi-stakeholder planning contract.

Click here for a complete list of clients and partners, and details of 21 international projects and experiences.

“Terry’s approach to the assignment in Jordan was extremely effective, working with industry and government groups to create a lot of excitement, energy and ownership with the training model and sector council terms of reference he developed. He accomplished incredible results in a short time frame, and was one of the best consultants we have ever had.”

- B. Cooke, SETVET project
(Association of Canadian Community Colleges) Jordan

Terry has used his expertise and experience in the English-speaking Caribbean—to address post-secondary tourism/hospitality curriculum development needs of the region, and also assisting in the creation of a tourism sector Council through the facilitation of strategic planning activities. In both activities he worked in a multinational environment, bringing together key stakeholders from various institutions and organizations across the Caribbean.

- B. Morgan, Caribbean Tourism Organization