Focusing on the role of the professional and/or volunteer conflict resolution intervener, The Conflict Partnership Catalyst Process includes Dr. Dudley Weeks’ trademarked alternative to traditional mediation, the conflict partnership process, and guides the intervener, or catalyst, through the use of it. The catalyst is able to lead the conflict parties to an effective, sustainable outcome working together through the six interconnected steps of the conflict partnership conflict themselves. Not only is the current conflict Dr. Weeks refers to as the “dot” resolved, but the conflict parties have learned how to work with each other in such a way that they can and will continue to sustain their working relationship without the need for an outside intervener. Readers will find all of the materials they need included in the book including a thorough description of each step of the conflict partnership process and case studies that demonstrate specific dialogue for the Catalyst to use to prepare. In effect a volunteer or professional mediators can teach themselves how to be Catalysts. The final section of the book is a review of the Conflict Partnership Process steps and can be used as a self-help guide for conflict parties to independently resolve their current conflict and learn how to prevent issues in what Dr. Weeks calls “the broader context” of their working relationship, making their new agreements sustainable.Über den Autor:
Dr. Dudley Weeks, PhD, is a conflict resolution specialist with forty years experience in using his own trademarked process to guide conlfict parties in situations ranging from family or internal organizational issues to conflicts between nations to effective, sustainable resolutions. He has worked in over 90 countries as a catalyst or trainer as well as keynote speaker. He has been a professor or guest lecturer in both the USA and Europe. He is an author of two other books on conflict resolution, three books of poetry, and is now using his extensive experiences to write intrigue novels and short stories.
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