Mediators Beyond Borders International Training Institute
AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
Sunday, November 3 - Tuesday, November 5, 2019
The Environmental Conflict Management (ECM) Training equips participants to apply techniques of Mediation, Facilitation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution to create collaborative processes around Environmental Disputes.
By the end of this immersive, three-day training, you will be able to employ the core processes and skillsets related to the following tenets of conflict transformation:
Facilitation v. Dialogue
Assessment & Conflict Mapping
About Your Instructor
Tom Fiutak, EdD
Thomas Fiutak is a founding member of MBBI, faculty at the Technological Leadership Institute, lecturer in the faculty of the Conservation Biology department, and has led the Climate Change Policy Project, which has been an Observer Project of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and an Official Observer Organization for Talks and Conference of the Parties (COP).
Fiutak has taught Conflict Management, and Mediation Systems in the Humphrey Institute for Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota and initiated and directed the Conflict and Change Center which coordinated research in the areas of negotiation, mediation models, and conflict management systems. His specific focus has been on organizational and conflict cultures and their effect on the negotiation arenas they create. Since 1985 as Fellow at the Salzburg Seminar (Austria) on Dispute Resolution, he has provided negotiation training for policy makers, government officials, educators, judges, private sector negotiators, leaders of non-government organizations, and financial officers in North America, as well as 15 other countries in Asian, Europe, and Africa.
What You Will Get
At the conclusion of this immersive, three-day ECM Training, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from Mediators Beyond Borders International. As you invest in our programs to build your capacity in conflict resolution, you equip communities around the world to do the same.