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Managing Workplace Conflict
The most frequently sought service provided by CRC through the first half of 2019 has been the maintenance of respectful workplaces.
Reducing Costs Through Skype and Facetime
CRC has noticed greater efficiencies of time and effort, allowing the reduction of client costs, through the appropriate use of Skype and Facetime.
Government Employees and Politicians
In the last few months CRC has witnessed a marked increase in disputes between public servants of various levels of governments that are their employers.
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The Power of Apologies
Learn more about what constitutes an apology, why they are effective, when they should be given, and their impact on the law.
Dealing with Difficult People
Is it difficult people that you want us to discuss today? Or, is it about having difficult conversations?
Community Justice Initiatives
CJI strives to build safer, more connected communities by supporting creative, peaceful solutions in situations of conflict or harm.
ADR Institute of Canada
Recognized as Canada’s preeminent ADR professional organization, we set the benchmarks for best ADR practices in Canada and promote conflict resolution through arbitration and mediation.
Conflict resolution, otherwise known as reconciliation, is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and retribution.
Learn more about what dispute resolution is, how it can affect your life and business, judicial approaches, extrajudicial approaches, online approaches, and more.
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Family Law
Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, is an informal way to settle a disagreement. People can negotiate, or work with a mediator or arbitrator.