We Are on the Brink

The tale of deserving businesses being denied CARES loans has, and is, being repeated for many of U.S. small businesses who are the backbone of our economy. These are the small businesses who struggle every day to produce and employ members of our communities, but are unable to access the same support as major players. Things are not going back to normal. If normal is a divided nation with racial and economic inequality – we should not want to return to the old normal. We should instead, embrace the opportunity to be better. But how can one person change a hurting globe?

Conflict Management for Non-Profits and Turf Battles

Poor conflict management is all too common in today's society, and even seen in what we believe to be the most ethical of industries: non-profits. Taken a step further, conflict arises between organizations and individuals over goals and objectives, who is more beneficial, whose donors are whose, and fund-raiser competition for precious time and dollars?

Happy Presidents Day – Remembering Perceived Irreconcilable Conflict

Jeff Sachs – “Lessons in Peace Making” seems an appropriate tribute to this Presidents Day. It was the Cuban Missile Crises of 1962. The key take away from this great read is that when the majority of decision makers felt that proliferation had reached a point of no return and that peace could not be achieved, President John F Kennedy’s vision was different.

Agreement to Use a Mediator

What makes mediation unique and helpful in conflict management in the workplace? Roadblocks to successful mediation can take many forms from structural (bad location) to talent (amateur practitioners). It’s probably no surprise that these two issues can also be basic components of very successful mediation.

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