With over 25 years combined experience we offer a wide range of intercultural conflict management workshops and seminars designed to enrich the client group.
To date we have delivered our programming to service providers including; Toronto District School Board, Toronto Police Services & The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, OPSEU, Canadian Training Institute, JVS, Native Child and Family Services of Toronto, Beausoleil First Nation Reserve, The Ministry of The Attorney General, TAIBU Community Health Centre, Frontier College, Promoting Education and Community Health, Evergreen Brickworks, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, Goodwill Employment Services, The United Way and various iterations at Toronto Community Housing.
In addition we have trained the staff at various service organizations including Toronto District School Board, Native Child and Family Services of Toronto, For Youth Initiative, Frontier College, Ontario Independent Police Review Director, Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services and Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto.
BA Social Entrepreneur
I am founder of social change/conflict management consultancy Urban Rez Solutions.
Generating awareness, imparting social education, conducting professional training and social project management are areas of my expertise. I am a partner of the popular Just Think 1st and Take Back Your World Navigate Your Life initiatives.
I provide professional well experienced consultation to communities, schools, groups, teams, corporations, non-profits and individuals. I manage bringing about various aspects of change in prosocial development, education and advancement. I am known for being a speaker, trainer and innovative social subject matter expert. My ability to provide resolve based services addressing the complex challenges of racialized and first nations communities set me apart from other companies. Graduating from York University with a BA in sociology; designated ‘Anger Management Specialist’ from The National Anger Management Association and the completion of comprehensive training in change, conflict resolution and mental health wellness/recovery has been the foundation of my formal education. I’ve written and produced urban music since the 1980’s. In 2007 my production team and I produced the Best Reggae recording and received the prestigious Juno Award. My experience in the music industry has taught me how to infuse popular culture to engage effectively. Combining my formal training and experiential learning, I develop self-empowering pro-social change strategies.
BA Finance, Speaker
Community Leader, Restaurateur, Currently President and CEO of Plasma Management & Productions Inc., an integrated multimedia company specializing in managing the potential of people and projects in the entertainment and sports industries.
Farley is also the founder of R.E.A.L. School – Reality Education & Applied Life-skills, a not for profit organization focused on community capacity building as well as youth and community engagement. Flex has always chosen to juxtaposition business endeavours with community contribution. His definition of self is Entertainment, Sports and People or ESP.
Having received multiple awards and recognition for his work in both areas, Flex has most recently been inducted into the Scarborough Walk of Fame for his local and international contribution to community, business and especially youth. Other notable recognitions include the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award for his work with the world’s most vulnerable children, the Harry Jerome Award for Entertainment and Community Service, two Bob Marley Awards for Education and Community Development work and Business and Community Service, the Black Business and Professional Association Men of Excellence Award and several other awards and recognitions that speak to Flex’s ability to balance business with social responsibility.
In April 2016 Flex was presented with a Lifetime Honorary Membership from Toastmasters Canada.