Facilitators

noun. One who facilitates leadership experiences for Ariel. synonyms; thought leader, guide, guru.

Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon

Facilitator

As professional writers, Ariel’s facilitators understand the writing process

Peter has published articles on management skills, interpersonal communications, and personal productivity. He is the author of the highly-acclaimed medical memoir “Six Years and Counting.” He has also written numerous video and broadcast scripts, training manuals, press releases, and marketing materials.

A partial list of Peter’s clients includes: Armstrong, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Deloitte, Disney, Intel, JP Morgan Chase, Nationwide Insurance, New York Times, Oracle, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, PwC, Visa, and The Weather Channel.

Extensive business experience is essential for knowledgeable facilitators

In his more than 30 years in corporate education, Peter has developed, delivered, and managed training in

  • leadership & management
  • interpersonal communications
  • sales
  • training & facilitation skills
  • customer service
  • time management.

Peter’s previous positions include Corporate Training Manager at Stride Rite, Director of Management Development at Critical Care America, and Director of Training & Development at Chartwell Home Therapies. While working at Chartwell, he built a comprehensive training university for a national health care organization.

Facilitator education and diversity enrich the training experience

An active presenter at Association for Talent Development conferences, Peter has trained many corporate educators in instructional design and facilitation skills. At Bentley College, Peter has taught courses on interpersonal skills to business students. Combining his passions for teaching and outdoor sports, he is a former soccer coach, track coach, and nationally-certified ski instructor.

Peter received his B.A. in English from Colorado College and his M.B.A. from the University of New Hampshire.