Roundtable Breakfast - Conflict Resolution within a Chaotic Reality

  • Thu, January 06, 2011
  • 8:00 AM - 9:59 AM
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice: 899 Tenth Avenue (at West 59th Street), Room 630, NYC

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The Association for Conflict Resolution
of Greater New York


and

The CUNY Dispute Resolution Consortium
at John Jay College


present the

Monthly NYC-DR Roundtable Breakfast
 
CONFLICT RESOLUTION WITHIN A CHAOTIC REALITY

 


Conflict resolution methods, approaches and tools, which have been developed since the 1970's, need to be modified for the world in which we live today -- a world where  the reality and data are changing within nanoseconds.

 

Conflict management and resolution  are influenced today by the "flat world theory", and by the idea that the world itself is getting "smaller", through globalization.

 

Michael Tsur’s background and experience in the Middle East, which has involved multiple challenges of crises and conflicts, has shown him that the tools and approaches used for conflict resolution are suitable to many other locations and disciplines throughout the world.

 

In this presentation Tsur will share some new concepts and approaches that can assist us with conflict resolution and management in the chaotic reality we all experience. 




Michael Tsur is the founder and director of the first center for mediation and conflict resolution in Israel. He was also a partner in the establishment of the National Center for Conflict Resolution and Mediation in the Ministry of Justice. 


Michael is one of the founders and the chairman of the Israeli Association of Mediators. He is regarded as an expert in the areas of negotiation, conflict management, mediation and conflict resolution, interpersonal communication, family and divorce, commercial and business law. He has mediated hundreds of cases and has initiated many mediation related conferences. He teaches mediation and Conflict Resolution in various faculties in Israel and the United States. 

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