CONFLICT RESOLUTION & RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT...
Appropriate Resolutions for life’s relationships.
© 1998-2014 Joseph Ravick and Appropriate Resolutions™
WHAT IS Appropriate Resolutions™
Research involves exploring human behaviours, theoretically and experientially. Through direct dialogues with practitioners and disputants, situational realities and outcomes (real world) are surveyed and analyzed. On-line and hard-copy’ published sources are also studied to confirm those theories and strategies which will help people decide what to do, what to watch out for, and generally speaking, how to handle conflicts and disputes as effectively as possible in any environments.
· Strategic Leadership Coaching: interpersonal and situational.
· Strategic Conferencing: executive and staff teams, community groups, not-for profit Directors.
· Keynote presentations.
· Appropriate Resolutions™ on the web.
· Articles and features (by Joseph Ravick) for hard copy and digital publications.
· Conflict management and resolution policies and protocols (norms), developed to meet organizational values and strategic needs; including critical implementation options and recommendations as required.
For any of these options, or if you have any other ideas about how we might collaborate, please email Joseph Ravick or telephone 604-414-3965. Thank you.
Research, Education, Publishing…
… solutions for conflict resolution and relationship management.
Website table of contents and Joseph Ravick … links to what’s on this site and who I am.
ABOUT Conflict... What conflicts look like…
Disputes … WHAT DO DISPUTES LOOK LIKE, and how do people react or respond when conflicts escalate into disputes? (the many faces of conflict),.
COMMUNICATION & CONFLICT Definitions, terms, jargon
CONFLICT RESOLUTION TIPS AND GUIDELINES: Strategies and behaviours for you to apply when in conflict.
CONFLICT CHRONICLES: Original stories by Joseph Ravick with a common theme. The chronicles feature real-life conflicts describing the people, their relationships, and the outcomes which they experienced whether they liked it or not.