Most Recent Book Title
Reaching Common Ground
Book Description
Reaching Common Ground is the antidote to the current toxic environment. Learn the reasons for this divisiveness and how to communicate effectively with people from different backgrounds. My book provides effective methods for resolving conflicts despite differences in core values, gender, race, religion, culture, national origin, age, sexual orientation, economic status, and power imbalances. Read the steps to turn confrontation into dialogue, dialogue into understanding, and understanding into the effective resolution of conflicts.
Additional Book Titles
When God Looked Down and Wept
Uncivil Rights: A Guide to Workers' Rights
Location (city/state/country)
Boston, Massachusetts
Author bio
I have over 30 years of experience as a mediator and arbitrator, successfully resolving conflicts of all kinds. I have taught courses in labor and employment law, alternative dispute resolution, and organizational behavior at Northeastern University, Harvard Law School, Boston College Law School, M.I.T., Emory Law School, Suffolk University Law School, and Massachusetts School of Law. I provide training for students and organizations in conflict resolution, harassment prevention, team building, diversity training, organizational behavior, and group interaction. I have appeared on national radio and television and have written extensively in this field. My books include Uncivil Rights: A Guide to Workers’ Rights (Beachfront Press); Labor and Employment Law: Compliance and Litigation, 3rd Ed. (Thomson-West).
Professional Speaker Topics
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Employment Discrimination; Conflict Resolution; Legal Compliance; Hidden and Implicit Biases; Stereotyping; Cultural And Religious Conflicts; Political Conflicts; Work and Legal Conflicts; Economic Disparity And Power Imbalances; Emotional Awareness; Talking with Your Children about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Compassionate Communication; Six Essential Empathy Skills
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

We have to learn to live and work together as brothers and sisters, or we shall surely all perish as fools.

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