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Consensus Building Tips from Work Life Bridge

Thanks to WorkLifeBridge for including us on its resource page.  We’re happpy to reciprocate and pleased to find another good source of information on collaboration, dispute resolution, and making life and work better for everyone.

In their post Creepy Crawly Consensus, the authors of WorkLifeBridge direct their readers to some good consensus building resources.  See below for their recommendations and click here for the full post.

Here are some resources and ideas to help you get the most out of your consensus decision-making process:

Ah ha!  Now I see that the prolific negotiation-guru, ADR queen, and mediation czar Diane Levin is a part of this dynamic group.  Diane — one of the few people who make me feel as if I’m sitting around watching soap operas and eating bon bons all day.  Do you NEVER sleep my friend?

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Victoria Pynchon

Attorney-mediator Victoria Pynchon is a panelist with ADR Services, Inc. Ms. Pynchon was awarded her LL.M Degree in Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute in May of 2006, after 25 years of complex commercial litigation practice, with sub-specialties in intellectual property, securities fraud, antitrust, insurance coverage, consumer class actions and all… MORE >

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