Problems with your employer usually fall into one of two categories:

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Toronto, ON (near Pearson Airport)

, Dispute Resolution Specialist
Acting Director and Senior Counsel, Office of Dispute Resolution

Acting Director, Community Relations Service

Resolution Services provides instruction in the following areas:

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Our goal, whether in practice or training, is teaching life communication skills to minimize conflict and maximize effective communication.

Our Mission: The Dispute Resolution Center strengthens relationships, families, and communities through mediation, facilitation and training services.

The DRC offers a variety of training services for people in the workplace and in their private lives. includes training and development of mediators and conflict resolution training for individuals and organizations. The offers a combination of conflict resolution, communication training, and more for parents and professionals.

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At Principled Dispute Resolution & Consulting, we see the fall-out from organizational conflict every day... Valued employees leave. Stress levels rise. A feeling of helplessness prevails.

Speakers:Tracey Cairnie and Megan Johnston

Federal agencies often have worked together to share their resources. In some cases, they developed formal programs for "sharing" neutrals in ADR or conflict resolutions. A number of collaborative and cooperative efforts were accomplished through local Federal Executive Boards and through the Department of Health and Human Services (“Sharing Neutrals”). These programs allow participating Federal agencies, through reciprocal agreements, to share trained neutral mediators and other mediation resources.

Agree provides independent Ombuds services as the

The is the principal interagency forum that provides collaboration, advice, and guidance on professional Ombuds standards, skills development, program development, and effectiveness.

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Brav is a new way for people of any age to find a solution to bullying, violence, and conflict. Find out why this is so important and join our guest, Remi Alli to learn how to settle family, school, and workplace disputes online.

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In her book chapter, Professor Amy Schmitz analyzes online dispute resolution in the context of both international and domestic business-to-consumer transactions.

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The bad news in Africa is that, while mobile devices are very common, only few people know what ODR means, and how it can help them resolve disputes quickly and inexpensively.