Conflict occurs whenever two or more parties believe they have incompatible goals or limited resources. Conflict is inevitable, but destructive only when the parties cannot resolve their differences. Dispute occurs when the parties “get stuck” in their normal methods of resolving conflict.
Mediation is less expensive when compared to litigation or other forms of fighting. It provides a more timely way of resolving disputes and is important when the parties who need to have a continuum relationship in the future. Finally, parties tend to comply with terms of agreements crafted by themselves than when they are imposed by someone else.
Mediation can be very effective when:
Join expert speaker Paul Flogstad in this session, which intends to teach techniques to listen, enabling individuals to resolve disputes amicably, and gain rapport in the long run. It also gives vital tips on how to establish ground rules for fair behavior and develop final agreements with real life examples.
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
Who should attend?
Paul Flogstad, a Certified Occupancy Specialist, Certified Manager of Housing, Certified Manager Of Maintenance, Site Based Budgeting Specialist, Tax Credit Specialist, Blended Occupancy Specialist, Certified Section 515 Specialist, RHM ( Registered Housing Manager) Professional Designation, Certified Instructor fo... More info