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LATEST NEWS

Gritty Australian film depicts conflict resolution at work

Are you turning a blind eye?

ProActive ReSolutions Inc. announces ownership and management changes

IN THE MEDIA

Coming face to face with emotion behind office conflict

New Aussie film sheds light on workplace conflict resolution

John McDonald

Red Tent Radio Episode #28

Face to Face: Community Conferencing

EVENTS

2nd Conference on the Treatment of Psychopathy

Violence Risk Assessment and Management for Post-Secondary Institutions

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace – challenging the status quo

Recognize respect – vital signs

 

 
 
 
 

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Conferencing is fast becoming the leading technique for dealing with long term, simmering conflict and highly volatile and destructive behaviours and conduct issues, particularly in the workplace.

In our latest news story Gritty Australian film depicts conflict resolution at work conferencing is at the heart of a new Australian workplace drama.

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LATEST NEWS

Gritty Australian film depicts conflict resolution at work


A new multi award-winning Australian movie, released on September 8, takes its audience inside the claustrophobic, controversial and often explosive world of conflict resolution, as an angry young man is caught in a verbal crossfire of lies and blunt honesty.

The movie, Face to Face, is based on the play of the same name by Australia's leading playwright and screenwriter David Williamson, who was inspired by transcripts from actual restorative justice conferences facilitated by leader in the field and Managing Director of ProActive ReSolutions, John McDonald.

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Are you turning a blind eye?


Why do competent, intelligent and otherwise responsible adults sometimes turn a blind eye in the face of risks to the health, safety and wellbeing of people and of organisations?

A nurse remains silent about the chief of staff prescribing a contra-indicated medication for a patient.

A manager shows her CEO onto the plant floor without mentioning the CEO's failure to don steel-toed footwear in compliance with the site's regulations.

The directors and senior executives of a massive, multinational corporation make no open comment about the 'creative restatement' of profits contrary to accepted accounting principles.

A worker says nothing after witnessing a colleague berate another in front of customers in the store area...

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ProActive ReSolutions Inc. announces changes to ownership and management


ProActive ReSolutions Inc. (ProActive) has announced that Joe Moore, a co-owner and current Managing Director, will retire at the end of 2012. In anticipation of Joe's retirement and effective 1 September 2011, Agnes Nkundabagenzi will become a co-owner of ProActive and John McDonald will assume the role of Managing Director.

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PROACTIVE IN THE MEDIA

Face to face, a new multi award-winning Australian movie, released on September 8, was inspired by transcripts from restorative justice conferences facilitated by leader in the field and Managing Director of ProActive ReSolutions, John McDonald.

A number of media outlets have picked up the story:

Coming face to face with emotion behind office conflict

For the full story, visit The Sydney Morning Herald

New Aussie film sheds light on workplace conflict resolution

For the full story, visit HC Online

John McDonald

For the full story, visit SmartCompany

Red Tent Radio Episode #28

For the full story, visit Red Tent Woman

Face to Face: Community Conferencing

For the full story, visit ABC Radio

EVENTS

2nd Conference on the Treatment of Psychopathy


Date: November 15 - 17, 2011

Location: Bergen, Norway

Learn more about this event


Violence Risk Assessment and Management for Post-Secondary Institutions


Date: December 5 – 9, 2011

Location: Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario

Learn more about this event

 

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace - challenging the status quo


A plain-English fact sheet to help you and your colleagues reap the benefits of direct conversations about difficult behaviours in the workplace.

View the fact sheet


Recognize respect - vital signs


A plain-English fact sheet that lists and explains the 12 vital signs of workplace respect, and explains how to praise respectful behaviour.

View the fact sheet

 
   
 

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