UPCOMING ADR SEMINARS

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Resilience and Wellbeing for Conflict Resolvers

"Being resilient" means that a person can bounce back from failures, overcome setbacks, and adapt to changing circumstances. Resilience is the ability to return to a state of strength, health, and success quickly after adversity, disappointment, or loss. We live in a time of complexity, rapid change, and ongoing threats to safety. Constant stress is the new normal. As conflict resolvers, every day, we help people with problems, conflicts, difficulties, and confusion. The conflict resolver's wellbeing and resilience have an impact on the quality of their work. This experiential and interactive presentation will introduce factors to help sustain health and wellbeing. Participants will have an opportunity to practice skills for hard-wiring resilience into their practice as well as fostering resilience for their clients.

Speaker:
Sarah R. Kith MSOD, CO-OP®
ADR Practitioner

FULL LIST OF FEDERAL ADR EVENTS AND MATERIALS

Symposium on Federal Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs: Successes and Challenges Materials

What is the Interagency Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Working Group?

We are the central forum and resource for information about the federal government's use of ADR. We advance the use of ADR through:

  • Coordination of multi-agency initiatives
  • Promotion of best practices and programs
  • Dissemination of policy and guidance

Newsletters of the Interagency Working Group

Agency Statements in Support of ADR

Agency leadership has promoted ADR in achieving agency missions.

Statements of Support