We are pleased to announce a special event for Conflict Resolution Week at FMCS January 7-10, 2014. The Virtually offered sessions will be viewable live on the web. These FREE sessions will be 1¼ hours long showcasing our programs and services.
Generational Divide: Myth, Reality, or Should We Just Get Back t
Following this session, participants should be able to: identify the 5 generational cohorts present in today’s workplace; recognize the influences that shape their ‘workview;’ and begin to develop proactive strategies for engaging the generations in the c
An interactive workshop that explores how to best use questions to bring parties in conflict together and facili- tate problem-solving, with a strong focus on how the neutral decides which questions to ask, why they choose those questions, and
Arbitration for Advocates in the Federal Sector
This program is designed for both the private and Federal Sectors; both NLRB and FLRA rules will be addressed. This course enhances the arbitration advocacy abilities of experienced labor relations practitioners.
Becoming a Labor Arbitrator
This course is geared toward labor-management practitioners with substantial experience in industrial, labor and employment relations who wish to become labor arbitrators.
Course participants will be exposed to a wide range of facilitation styles, observe effective facilitation techniques, and practice facilitation skills in guided simulations.
Mediation Skills for the Workplace
Integrating theory and practice, this workplace mediation course focuses on developing a conceptual understanding of the mediation process as applied to workplace issues.
From the traditional to Interest-Based Bargaining and everything in between, develop the negotiation style that’s right for you and your climate.
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