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Zama Community

At Zama, we believe in connecting and collaborating. We believe in Community and the power not only of being in the community but also of giving back to it. These are some of the organisations, people and businesses that are part of the Zama Community. You can find Meta-Coaches as well as Neuro-Semantics Trainers all over the world. Some of them are listed below.

If you wish to be included, please write to us to request - we are always happy to have you in our Community!

  • International Society of Neuro-Semantics: Neuro-Semantics is about your personal development for greater meaningfulness, success, and contribution in life. Neuro-Semantics focuses on self-actualization for individuals, companies, communities, and nations. www.neurosemantics.com
  • The Meta-Coach System: The Meta-Coach System® provides the most cutting edge communication training available in the world today for Professional Coaches and any individual or organisation committed to rich relationships and success. Meta-Coaching® is a powerful coaching methodology that transcends traditional Performance Coaching, taking you to higher levels - to experience Developmental and Transformational change. www.meta-coaching.org
  • The Meta-Coach Foundation: "The Meta-Coach Foundation (MCF) was founded in 2002 by international Coach Michelle Duval and Researcher and Developer L Michael Hall Ph.D. with the explicit purpose of providing leading-edge resources as the field of Coaching become a Profession. The MCF, as an international Association, holds the ethical and moral standards for Meta-Coaches around the world and at the present is the only Association with a board of examiners to receive complaints and work them through. As an International Association, members of the MCF are supported by an exclusive egroup and by local MCF chapters where members can practice, share resources, engage in professional development, and network with Coaches from other coach training organisations. The MCF also supports research in Meta-Coaching models and technologies to provide credibility. www.metacoachfoundation.org
  • The Australian Board of NLP: The ABNLP is the largest independent association for NLP in Australia. As part of our commitment to growing the NLP community in Australia, this website helps to provide a two-way communication tool between you, our members, and the ABNLP leadership team. www.abnlp.org.au
  • Self Actualization: Here you will find brand new developments of the idea and process of self-actualization which will give you the ability to actually understand and use the self-actualizing process for unleashing more and more of your potentials. www.self-actualizing.org
  • Optimum Mind, Christchurch, New Zealand: Whether you want to improve your business or personal life, Optimum Mind provides the Training, Tools, and Coaching to fulfil your needs. We recognise that a systemic and holistic approach to training and coaching are essential to creating meaningful, positive and empowering change. www.optimum-mind.co.nz
  • HN Meta Coaching and Training, Cairo, Egypt: HN Meta Coaching trains and coaches people and organisations in Accessing Personal Power, Accessing Personal Genius, Finding and Living Your True Life Purpose, Unleashing Highest Potentials, Self Leadership, and Emotional Intelligence. www.hn-meta-coaching.com
  • Christian Action, Service Centre for Refugees and Asylum Seekers: Christian Action runs one of the only comprehensive service centers for refugees and asylum seekers in Hong Kong. To date (2011), they have registered over 3,000 refugees and asylum seekers, and 30-50 new clients approach us each month. Christian Action's Refugee Program assists refugees with essential humanitarian needs such as food, clothing, shelter and toiletries. We are also one of the only sources for educational, recreational and psychosocial support. www.christian-action.org.hk
  • Pathfinders Hong Kong: PathFinders assists distressed migrant women who have born children in Hong Kong to make informed decisions. They give migrant mothers the tools to understand their rights and to meet their legal obligations, which can involve guiding them through their return home, changes in their visa status so they can legally remain in Hong Kong or choosing adoption for their child. They remove mothers and children from immediate danger and provide them with access to critical services and support networks. Pathfinders help them build their confidence through educational and skills training programs so that they can make long-term, sustainable plans for them and their children. www.pathfinders.org.hk
  • Justice Centre Hong Kong: Justice Centre is committed to working fearlessly to protect the rights of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable forced migrants – refugees, other people seeking protection and survivors of modern slavery. They are a non-profit organisation launched in 2014, and was formerly called the Hong Kong Refugee Advice Centre, which over seven years, has helped more than 2,000 refugee men, women and children on the road to a new life. They advocate with and for refugees, other people seeking protection and survivors of modern slavery, bringing their voices into the public debate. They campaign for adequate legislation and policies, conduct research and work with schools, universities and the media to fight root causes and change systems and minds. www.http://www.justicecentre.org.hk