Mr. Strong has had an extensive and diverse twenty seven year career with General Motors Corporation both in Canada and the United States. He has worked as a blue collar worker, and as a first and second line supervisor. He has held positions as Industrial Engineer (time study and methods analysis), Manufacturing Planner (Strategic and Operational planning), Divisional Manufacturing staff, as well as Divisional Director of Organizational Development (Union/Management co-operative programs). On the Personnel side, he held positions as single and multiple plant Personnel Director, Divisional Salaried Personnel Administrator, as well as Manager of Divisional Education and Training. He was Director of Labour Relations for the 1990 GM/CAW Master Contract Negotiations.
Mr. Strong's notable accomplishment came as Plant manager of the GM Trim Plant, Windsor, Ontario where he is credited with leading that plant from "Plant Closure Status" to a "Highly Productive, Profitable, Award Winning Plant". His leadership brought new contracts to the plant and he led the organization towards the achievement of the GM "Mark of Excellence Award" (1991) and the prestigious Federal Government's "Canada Award for Business Excellence - Total Quality Category" (1992).
Mr. Strong has been president of WES Consulting Inc. since 1992, and has been involved with Contract Negotiations and Contingency Plans for management groups in the Health Care field dealing primarily with developmentally challenged clients. he has conducted analysis and provided recommendations on several projects for medium and large corporations dealing with Manufacturing and Service processes. He also has expertise dealing with job specific morale issues including counseling and organizational modifications.
Mr. Strong holds a Bachelors Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences from Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan. He has been a Director, director Advisor and an Instructor with the GM Dale Carnegie Program. He has designed and conducted numerous seminars and training programs dealing with Effective Communications, Team Building, and Organizational Effectiveness. he has guest lectured on the subjects of Organizational Development, Organizational Business Planning and Labour Negotiations at many companies, Organizations as well as Colleges and Universities in Canada and the United States.
He has written a previous book Success in the Workplace (1992), a detailed account of effective management techniques, which has been utilized in many companies as well as for various training programs.
With the publication of this book (Falsely Accused of Sexual Assault), he has tried to become the voice of reason for many companies and individuals as they attempt to deal with the issue of Accusations. He has a passion for fairness, respect, and dignity for all and especially the administration of justice, both within organizations and judicial systems. Mr. Strong's diverse background and significant accomplishments, especially his resiliency to overcome negative events, coupled with his energy, drive and infectious enthusiasm makes him a highly qualified and much sought-after Consultant and Speaker.