Conflict to Partnership: How to Transform Most Any Conflict Into Partnership and Produce Sustainable, Measurable Results On Time/On Budget! [NOOK Book]

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Imagine being able to transform most any conflict into partnership. And produce sustainable, measurable results on time and on budget. Even in the presence of bitter hatred!

Now you can! Learn the steps of the Conflict Transformation Process that the author has used for 20 years to help people in business and government shift from anger and separation to mutual understanding, then to reconciliation, then to healing and partnership. Further, ...
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Conflict to Partnership: How to Transform Most Any Conflict Into Partnership and Produce Sustainable, Measurable Results On Time/On Budget!

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Overview

Imagine being able to transform most any conflict into partnership. And produce sustainable, measurable results on time and on budget. Even in the presence of bitter hatred!

Now you can! Learn the steps of the Conflict Transformation Process that the author has used for 20 years to help people in business and government shift from anger and separation to mutual understanding, then to reconciliation, then to healing and partnership. Further, learn how to develop, implement, and monitor sustainable, measurable solutions to actualize the parties' Joint Ideal Outcome, the best result for all concerned.

H. Richmond "Rich" Fisher, J.D. is a recognized expert in Conflict Transformation, Business Project Team Building, and Public Policy Facilitation. He is an attorney, mediator, organizational consultant, published author, and educator. The Conflict Transformation Process includes lessons he has learned from national leaders in law, communications, conflict resolution, organizational development, business project management, Middle East studies, and interfaith understanding.

Conflict to Partnership is ideal for anyone who is professionally or personally interested in successful human relations, including people in business, the clergy, coaching, education, dispute resolution professionals (mediators, attorneys, and judges), diplomacy, government, human resources, the military, non profit organizations, psychology, students, and many others.

This book will inspire you and give you hope. It will give you the tools to make Conflict Transformation a reality!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013919884
  • Publisher: eBookIt.com
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 501 KB

Meet the Author

H. Richmond Fisher, J.D. is a graduate the Sidwell Friends School, Washington, D.C., Lafayette College, Easton Pa., and the Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. He is an attorney, mediator, organizational consultant, published author, and educator. He has more than 30 years experience helping individuals, businesses, and government agencies work together effectively to achieve common goals, resolve conflict, and navigate change. He is a nationally recognized expert (a) in applying innovative communications, conflict resolution, and project management processes to transform conflict into partnership in business and government, (b) in developing self-managed high performing teams that complete large, complex business projects on time/on budget, including in the construction, transportation, and defense industries, and (c) in facilitating the development and implementation of public policy in federal, state, and local government agencies.

Rich served as the first Federal Judicial Law Clerk to Honorable William S. Sessions, Chief Judge, U. S. District Court for the Western District of Texas and Director of the FBI, as Legal Counsel to the Solicitor of the National Labor Relations Board, and as a Trial Attorney in the Civil Division of the U. S. Department of Justice. Rich has practiced law for more than 20 years, including representing parties in complex, civil litigation cases.

Rich is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, and holds professional certifications in Win Win Technology, Creative Strategic Thinking, Project Alignment, an innovative business team building process, Project ReAlignment, an innovative business conflict resolution process, and Slate Tracker, an innovative project executive risk assessment and mitigation process. Rich is certified by the Washington Mediation Association in the following areas of mediation: Business/Commercial, Construction, Environmental, International, Organizational, and Public Policy. Rich was recently awarded a contract by the State of Oregon to provide Mediation, Large Group Facilitation, and Public Policy Facilitation services to Oregon state government agencies.
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