The COVID-19 crisis requires leadership of organizations to learn how to treat the trauma related symptoms of teams in a systematic, yet compassionate fashion. We’ve listed resources below that can help you and your team begin the process of navigating these unchartered waters.
Below you will find resources developed by the San Francisco Department of Public Health Trauma Informed Systems team.
Conflict resolution can support and improve your mental health. Conflict is an unavoidable and necessary part of life. And it’s not always bad — like all kinds of human interaction, conflict can be healthy or unhealthy.No matter what the conflict is, you always have options. It’s important to know that when you are feeling anxious or stressed out. The trouble is, you don’t always know what they are. By considering mediation, a mediator will spend a day with the parties and find out what solutions will suit you both. They will help coach you through the conflict and the negotiation, putting some of the control back into your hands.
Below is a list of agencies that can help:
Community Boards: Community Boards operates the longest running nonprofit conflict resolution center in the United States.
Pollack Peacebuilding Systems:Pollack Peacebuilding Systems is a conflict management consulting firm, led by anthropologist and conflict specialist Jeremy Pollack.
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center: Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center is a communication and dispute resolution organization.
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