Conflict, Mediation and You

Financial Education on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Financial Education

Does your money run out before the month does? Does your family live under the stress from the lack of money? Some say the #1 cause of conflict with couples is finances. In this episode we look at some fundamental principles of a financial education can end the conflict.

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Caregiving and Care-receiving (Part 2 of 2) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Caregiving and Care-receiving (Part 2 of 2)

There are hidden risk to caregivers that can inevitably lead to conflict. Unless addressed, these risked can cause problems in both personal and professional relationships. Watch this episode (Part 2 of 2) to learn what those risks are and how to address them before it is too late.

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Caregiving and Care-receiving (Pt 1 of 2) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Caregiving and Care-receiving (Pt 1 of 2)

There are hidden risk to caregivers that can inevitably lead to conflict. Unless addressed, these risked can cause problems in both personal and professional relationships. Watch this episode (part 1 of 2) to learn what those risks are and how to address them before it is too late.

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The Conflict Process (pt 3 of 3) on “Conflict, Mediation and You”

The Conflict Process (pt 3 of 3)

We have been talking about stage 1 & stage 2 conflict, how you get there and what happens when you are there. This week we are going to talk about how to get out of the past and how to move forward.

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The Conflict Process (pt 2 of 3) on “Conflict, Mediation and You”

The Conflict Process (pt 2 of 3)

Think of the last conflict you were in. Think about how upset you were and what you did next. This episode we are going to talk about the next step in the conflict process. What happens when one person engages the other person to get a response.

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The Conflict Process (Part 1 of 3) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

The Conflict Process (Part 1 of 3)

How many does it take to have a conflict? Today we look at the beginning of the conflict process. When we recognize the conflict process we will find greater opportunities to reach resolutions.

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Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 3 of 3) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 3 of 3)

In this episode we conclude our discussion with CEO of MARR, Inc. Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS, looking closely at the role of the mediator when one of the parties at the mediation table is an addict in treatment or an addict not in treatment. Is it possible to create a sound agreement mediating with an addict?

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Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 2 of 3) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 2 of 3)

This episode we continue our discussion with CEO of MARR, Inc. Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS considering what benefits a structured conflict resolution process such as mediation could have helping families whose loved ones have an addiction. Can mediation be a source of hope for families struggling with addiction?

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Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 1 of 3) on "Conflict, Mediation and You"

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 1 of 3)

This first episode of our three-part series “Addiction, Conflict and You” will focus our attention on Addiction. Our guest Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS is CEO of MARR: Addiction Treatment Center located in Doraville, GA. Together, we will look at the power addiction has over the brain and some of the reasons it is so difficult “reasoning” with an addict and the conflict this will inevitably produce. Can I get my addicted loved one to understand?

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This show is designed to equip mediators and conflict managers with tools to succeed, to grow the mediation industry and create quality controls while making justice accessible to all through the mediation community.

Dr. Rick Voyles, Conflict, Mediation and You on BizLynks TV NetworkDr. Rick Voyles is a highly sought after advisor, speaker and trainer in the areas of Conflict Management and Organizational Performance. He has a broad-based knowledge in the area of conflict resolution techniques, mediation, negotiation, as well as business and leadership development. He travels internationally training people in the areas of prejudice reduction, cross-cultural communication, conflict management, management & leadership skills.

Dr. Voyles develops tactical plans for cost saving strategies, increased productivity and conflict management for both corporate and federal communities. He is often called on to facilitate interventions for high risk situations. A Registered Neutral with the State of Georgia since 1993 he does Magistrate court, Federal workplace, divorce, special education, juvenile and corporate cases.

He is a published author and a highly sought after speaker and coach across the United States.

 

Robert Carey, Conflict, Mediation and You on BizLynks TV NetworkAs the owner of RPC Associates, Inc., an organizational consulting and training company founded in 1989, Robert Carey provides Mediation Services & Training, Management & Leadership Skills Development, Life Coaching, Shadow Coaching, and Change & Transition Counseling.

Through over 20 years in management within the telecommunications industry, he worked with lines of business within the corporation moving from a government regulated to a non-regulated business. Additionally, he also worked with individuals and groups (represented and non-represented) affected by restructuring through the changes and transitions in their professional and personal lives.

Mr. Carey actively volunteers as a speaker to businesses, as well as community and social groups about quality of life issues, including cancer and its effects on patients and family members.

Thank you for your interest in “Conflict, Mediation and You.”

Recent Episodes

Financial Education

Does your money run out before the month does? Does your family live under the stress from the lack of money? Some say the #1 cause of conflict with couples is finances. In this episode we look at some fundamental principles of a financial education can end the conflict.

Caregiving and Care-receiving (Part 2 of 2)

There are hidden risk to caregivers that can inevitably lead to conflict. Unless addressed, these risked can cause problems in both personal and professional relationships. Watch this episode (Part 2 of 2) to learn what those risks are and how to address them before it is too late.

Caregiving and Care-receiving (Pt 1 of 2)

There are hidden risk to caregivers that can inevitably lead to conflict. Unless addressed, these risked can cause problems in both personal and professional relationships. Watch this episode (part 1 of 2) to learn what those risks are and how to address them before it is too late.

The Conflict Process (pt 3 of 3)

We have been talking about stage 1 & stage 2 conflict, how you get there and what happens when you are there. This week we are going to talk about how to get out of the past and how to move forward.

The Conflict Process (pt 2 of 3)

Think of the last conflict you were in. Think about how upset you were and what you did next. This episode we are going to talk about the next step in the conflict process. What happens when one person engages the other person to get a response.

The Conflict Process (Part 1 of 3)

How many does it take to have a conflict? Today we look at the beginning of the conflict process. When we recognize the conflict process we will find greater opportunities to reach resolutions.

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 3 of 3)

In this episode we conclude our discussion with CEO of MARR, Inc. Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS, looking closely at the role of the mediator when one of the parties at the mediation table is an addict in treatment or an addict not in treatment. Is it possible to create a sound agreement mediating with an addict?

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 2 of 3)

This episode we continue our discussion with CEO of MARR, Inc. Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS considering what benefits a structured conflict resolution process such as mediation could have helping families whose loved ones have an addiction. Can mediation be a source of hope for families struggling with addiction?

Addiction, Conflict and You (Pt 1 of 3)

This first episode of our three-part series “Addiction, Conflict and You” will focus our attention on Addiction. Our guest Jim Seckman, MAC, CACII, CCS is CEO of MARR: Addiction Treatment Center located in Doraville, GA. Together, we will look at the power addiction has over the brain and some of the reasons it is so difficult “reasoning” with an addict and the conflict this will inevitably produce. Can I get my addicted loved one to understand?

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