Lucia Dore Consultancy

We listen to the voice of our clients,
and help them find their purpose in increasingly complex
and multicultural environments

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Expertise

Our consultants have developed expertise in a number of areas some of which are highlighted here.

Sectors

The sectors in which our consultants specialise are featured here. In all cases, our consultants not only report on what is happening but will attempt to give an overview of what will happen. In other words, LDC likes to stay abreast of emerging trends.

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Lucia Dore

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Flora

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Hisham

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What others say

  • I’ve worked with Lucia extensively over the past couple of years, since she returned to New Zealand from the Middle East. I first worked with her while she was researching a documentary on refugees in New Zealand as a project for her Masters Degree at Canterbury University.

    • Zhiyan Basharati- Phd candidate
    • Founder, New Zealand Refugee Youth Council
  • Since Lucia returned to New Zealand from the Middle East in 2014, I have worked with her on a number of projects. With her wide network of contacts she is able to access finance from different individuals and sources all over the world, but particularly from the Middle East.

    • Taz Mokorombindo
    • CEO, Canterbury Business Association
  • Over the last three years I’ve worked with Lucia on numerous occasions, most notably while she was researching a documentary on refugees in New Zealand as a project for her Masters Degree at Canterbury University.

    • Ahmed Tani
    • CEO, Canterbury Resettlement and Resource Centre (previously Canterbury Refugee Council)
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  • I’ve worked with Lucia extensively over the past couple of years, since she returned to New Zealand from the Middle East. I first worked with her while she was researching a documentary on refugees in New Zealand as a project for her Masters Degree at Canterbury University.

    Since then I have known Lucia both personally and professionally. In that time I have learnt that she not produces thorough research, but presents to high standard, and has a strong work ethic as well.

    • Zhiyan Basharati- Phd candidate
    • Founder, New Zealand Refugee Youth Council
  • Since Lucia returned to New Zealand from the Middle East in 2014, I have worked with her on a number of projects. With her wide network of contacts she is able to access finance from different individuals and sources all over the world, but particularly from the Middle East.

    She is also a thorough researcher and eloquent presenter which is demonstrated in her documentary, “Stepping up”. She is also involved with other projects which requires other skills in which Lucia is conversant, such as branding and marketing.

    • Taz Mokorombindo
    • CEO, Canterbury Business Association
  • Over the last three years I’ve worked with Lucia on numerous occasions, most notably while she was researching a documentary on refugees in New Zealand as a project for her Masters Degree at Canterbury University.

    She worked with a number of members of the organisation, all of whom enjoyed working with her. She has also represented the centre by attending a conference on resettling refugees held in Wellington.

    • Ahmed Tani
    • CEO, Canterbury Resettlement and Resource Centre (previously Canterbury Refugee Council)
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January 22, 2018

What is micro-learning?

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Evidently, we've been doing it for years - micro-learning that is. Flashcards is an example of micro-learning; they're analogue but of course it is now…
January 21, 2018

Stampede: why thousands were killed…

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During the hajj of 2015, when more than two million Muslims make the pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, some 2,400 pilgrims…
January 17, 2018

Lebanon’s energy promise could be…

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Between 2010 and 2014 I sat through numerous debates about the exploitation of oil and gas in Lebanon. The oil and gas blocks were often…
January 15, 2018

The reason why Qatar is…

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The row between Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and Qatar continues. I doubt that the Gulf countries and Egypt expected it to go on…