The CDR will be offering a free "Deep Dive" workshop on "Feedback for Improvement" for Missouri State faculty and staff this January 28th from 1:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m. via Zoom with presenters Dr. Char Berquist and Ms. Heather Blades. Seats are limited and pre-registration is required. Register online at https://missouristate-feedback-sp21.eventbrite.com. About "Feedback for … [Read more...] about “Deep Dive” Workshop: Feedback For Improvement – Offered for Missouri State Employees
Missouri State faculty, staff, and students, join the CDR for this spring's Campus Conflict Workshop Series! In these sessions, designed specifically for a Missouri State audience, expert presenters explore communication and conflict management topics. All sessions are free and qualify for Master Advisor Credit. Pre-registration is not required, but we encourage you to RSVP to … [Read more...] about Campus Conflict Workshops Announced for Spring 2021
The CDR’s bi-annual 5-day (40 hour) mediation training was offered for the first time this October as a virtual live instructor-led training via Zoom. Attendee evaluations were outstanding, and the CDR will be offering an encore of this training in November to meet community demand. This training brought together professionals from across the region and offered unparalleled … [Read more...] about October Mediation Training a Success!
By Charlene Berquist and Heather Blades Enroll now to learn about how to manage conflict in organizations by taking "COM 623 (Contemporary Topics in Conflict): Conflict Processes in Organizations" virtually this spring! This course counts toward the Graduate Certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution, and may count as an elective in many other programs. In this … [Read more...] about Enroll Now in Conflict Processes in Organizations (COM 623) this Spring!
By Dr. Charlene Berquist, Director, and Heather Blades, Associate Director Given the current public health situation, the Center for Dispute Resolution (CDR) is offering all of its school-age programming online via Zoom video-conferencing through the end of 2020. It is hoped that these live, virtual program options will fill a need for students by encouraging positive … [Read more...] about School-Age Programming Offered Virtually this Fall