The Center for Community Dialogue proudly presents the Kenneth Cloke Series
April 17 Community Forum: Workplace Bullying
Learn to respond to bullying in a skillful and constructive way.
April 18 Senior Leadership Forum: A Systems Approach to Addressing Conflict in the Workplace
Strategies for transforming workplaces into more collaborative and productive places. Click here for more information.
April 19 Mediation Roundtable featuring Kenneth Cloke
Gain useful understanding of the language of conflict and use that language to learn and resolve the many layers of conflict.
The Center for Community Dialogue at Our Family Services is pleased to sponsor a prestigious 3-part series of events in Tucson, featuring the renowned Professor Kenneth Cloke as he lends his 27 years of expertise to exploring issues of conflict in our community.
As Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution, Ken has served as a mediator, arbitrator, attorney, coach, consultant and trainer. Ken specializes in resolving complex multi-party conflicts and provides services in designing conflict resolution systems for organizations. He is a nationally recognized speaker and author of many books and journal articles, including his recent book Conflict Revolution: Mediating Evil, War, Injustice and Terrorism (2013). Professor Cloke was the inaugural president of Mediating Beyond Borders, a not-for-profit organization that works around the world to increase conflict resolution capacity. He has worked closely with teams of mediators in places as far-flung as Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ecuador and the Palestinian Territories.
The Kenneth Cloke series is made possible in part by the generous support the Collaborative Law Group of Southern Arizona, Pima Community College, and the Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding.
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Our Family’s Center for Community Dialogue helps Southern Arizonans
Services for 2 individuals in conflict
Services for groups
Multiparty conflicts or issues may require the use of a variety of the Center’s services. Our expert consultants can help you map a strategy and see it through. A plan for your group may include: