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Building stronger teams is a primary focus for many businesses, organizations, and groups. With this broad goal in mind, collective enterprises often set-out to improve certain domains and functions such as communication, innovation, and efficiency. Given factors like technology, the...
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Choosing the right fit when it comes to selecting a third-party neutral for a mediation or facilitation may be challenging. Clayton Jr. Mediation is distinguished by staying true to accountability, preparedness, and a process-oriented focus that helps you achieve your...
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Discussion on creativity in conflict resolution practices can be overlooked. Perhaps some of this has to do with the general lack of formality that is associated with the term. There are certain additional challenges when dealing with creativity in alternative...
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It can be difficult to separate ourselves from a conflict or specific disagreement whether we are directly involved or not. For example, in most cases, we’ve likely formed a belief or set of beliefs on the matter which yields a...
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When we are thinking about a conflict, system, or group, it can be easy to overlook the factor of diversity. It would be inaccurate to posit that all humans hold the same beliefs about things or that we apply identical...
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Please join us for a 7-week conflict resolution workshop where you will:  Learn transformational conflict practices.Use creativity to identify solutions.Effectively manage your role in conflict with emotional intelligence. This workshop covers a variety of key conflict resolution concepts, theories, and...
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Some people have asked us what our process looks like for mediation and facilitation. While individual cases and each specific practice establishes the need to use different methods, we’ve come up with a basic process overview that identifies some common...
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The current social and political environment demonstrates that there is a great deal of enthusiasm and awareness about what is happening in the world. On the other hand, it also highlights a high degree of nonproductive communication, chaos, misunderstandings, and...
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We have partnered with Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice to put together a conflict resolution workshop set to take place on October 6th, 2018. It will be held at the Hellems Arts and Sciences Building located on the University of...
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Negotiating successfully involves using thoughtful methods and processes. It is important to understand that the context will vary among each negotiation. Broadly, this is because norms and expectations often differ among those involved. Taking into account key factors (I.e. policies,...
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