Everyone who works here is passionate about helping create better workplaces for people—and we have the expertise to make it happen. We are experts in leadership development, program management, instructional design, coaching and facilitation. Our team members are empowered by shared values to make the best choices for each project and each client.
David G Luke
Founder and Managing Director
David has more than 30 years’ experience in instructional design and workplace learning, and is a senior consultant, writer, and entrepreneur.
Allana excels at team management, co-ordination, administration, and client services.
Bilingual Facilitator and Coach
Dan is the Manager of the Business Coaching Group at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.
Editor & Proposal Coordinator
Erin has worked in corporate communications as a writer, editor, and managing editor for the last 16 years.
Chief Financial Officer
David is a Chartered Accountant with over fifteen years of broad-based experience as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Erika has eight years of experience as an instructional designer and freelance writer.
Brie is a seasoned learning and development professional, having served over 70 organizations across North America.
4Forward has completed several projects for the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC), including instructor guides, self-directed workbooks, website “web quests,” orientation kits for employment counselors, and a guidebook called the Canadian Academy for Travel & Tourism (CATT) Succession Guide for career program staff at secondary schools. These projects have included learning blueprints, content capture (review and organization of printed and online materials, SME interviews, and focus groups), development of instructional and assessment strategies, and creative content development. The work produced in these projects is now being used by thousands of students in industry and at colleges in all regions of Canada."
— Jason Gourley, Former Program Manager
Canadian Tourism HR Council
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