Speaker: Bruce Challenor
Bruce Challoner has extensive background, knowledge and expertise in understanding people and knowing what makes them tick, with a national and international profile as a seminar speaker.
Bruce helps people understand one another. His counselling, over forty years, has specialised in marriage and family issues, as well as stress, grief and trauma.
He served twenty years in the Royal Australian Navy (1965-1985), completing active service in Borneo and Vietnam. He transferred to the Fleet Air Arm in 1970 as aircrew and flew in helicopters in Anti-Submarine warfare and Search and Rescue. He left the Navy in 1985 to complete counselling training in USA.
Before becoming a consultant to businesses, Bruce was director of two counselling centres, then National Manager of Education and Training at Focus on the Family Australia.
Bruce wrote many new seminar programs, and developed training packages for business and community services, including Basic Counselling Skills; How To Lead a Group; Understanding Personality; Grief Management; Handling Stress and Beating Depression.
He was a communications consultant for companies around Australia on a range of personal management issues, such as Change Management, Team Building, Customer Relationships, Mediation, Critical Incident Support, Emotional Intelligence and Personnel Communication Strategies for both management and their staff.
Bruce has two children, four grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Note: Sadly, Bruce’s wife Margaret, of 52 years marriage, passed away on 28/01/2023. On behalf our men, our condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to Bruce and his family.
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