Mindset Mondays

Monday, 29 June 2020
Tip #3: Let Go of Believing You Own the Only Truth About the Situation

Chris Hulburt, Development Director at the National Conflict Resolution Center shares Tip #3 for successful communication strategies in a heated political climate.

Monday, 29 June 2020
Tip #2: Acknowledge Your Feelings

Jean Silveria, our Head of Human Resources, Office Manager, and Trainer at the National Conflict Resolution Center shares Tip #2 for successful communication strategies in a heated political climate.

Monday, 22 June 2020
Tip #1: Work on Being Thoughtful

Veronica Mikho, Director of Community Mediation, shares Tip #1 for successful communication strategies in a heated political climate.

Monday, 15 June 2020
Introduction to 10 Communication Tips in a Heated Political Year

Today we are introducing a new 10-part series that focuses on communication tips and political discourse. For the next 10 weeks, we'll share one tip to help you engage in healthy and constructive dialogue.

Monday, 8 June 2020
Finding A Path Forward

"As we're dealing with the aftermath of the shooting of George Floyd, we're all grappling to find solutions - a path forward. As an organization that has spent over 35 years, promoting mediation and conducting mediation sessions. There might be some ideas and principles of the mediation methodology that could shine some light on a path forward today. " - Steve Dinkin, President of National Conflict Resolution Center - NCRC

Monday, 25 May 2020
The New Normal: What does it mean to you and society?

“Normal” could mean a lot of things. Expecting the post-pandemic future to go back the way it used to be – like nothing happened – is like setting ourselves up for some frustrations and disappointments. Ashley Virtue, Dir. of External Relations at the National Conflict Resolution Center - NCRC, shares how we can condition our minds to avoid frustrations from unmet expectations, and help us embrace the new normal.

Monday, 18 May 2020
Looking Forward - How the Peacemakers of 2020 Will Shape the Future

Small Acts of Peacemaking are happening every day. Just because we had to cancel our Annual Peacemaker Awards dinner, doesn’t mean that we can’t honor our Local Peacemakers. Join us on Monday, May18th for a live interview with Chris Hulburt, Dir. of Development at NCRC, and our Local Peacemaker Honorees: Nico Marcolongo (Veteran’s Health),  Sherrie Rubin (Opioid Epidemic), Buki Domingos (Human Trafficking)

Monday, 11 May 2020
Tips to Help You Navigate When Society Reopens

“Normal” could mean a lot of things. Expecting the post-pandemic future to go back the way it used to be – like nothing happened – is like setting ourselves up for some frustrations and disappointments. Ashley Virtue, Dir. of External Relations at the National Conflict Resolution Center - NCRC, shares how we can condition our minds to avoid frustrations from unmet expectations, and help us embrace the new normal.

Monday, 4 May 2020
Tips for Keeping Morale Up in Businesses Right Now

One concern that many businesses face these days is how to keep employee morale up. Ashley Virtue, Dir. of External Relations at the National Conflict Resolution Center, shares a few tips on how businesses can keep employee spirits up through this difficult time.

Monday, 27 April 2020
Stay-At-Home Order Protest: De-Escalating Heated Political Conversations

With the coronavirus still threatening everybody’s lives and way of living – there’s no doubt that we are in a very emotional time. Protests are everywhere; some people insist on resuming their way of living, while others are dedicated in helping stop the spread of the virus. We are divided in opinion because what is happening now directly impacts our lives – and there’s a lot of unknowns and a lot of uncertainties. With everybody’s emotions heightening from fear and anxiety, how can we prevent ourselves from fueling an already tough situation into something even more difficult? Learn what Ashley Virtue of the National Conflict Resolution has to say about this by watching this video.

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