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the concept in action

The Resologics Conflict Advisory model delivers high performance communications to your team, no matter what size it is.

The Resologics ideal client is an organization that knows that a super team dynamic is the top priority in meeting their mission and making change in the world. This organization and its leader(s) also understand that the highest-performing and happiest teams are those that have solid competence in conflict engagement. They are (or want to be) proactive in their approach to conflict within the team/organization and have an ongoing budget set aside for the type of services we offer.

Resologics describes and reports the work its practitioner(s) have been involved in without divulging details that would compromise confidentiality. As we begin to work with with you, there are specific pre-approved references we can share to deepen your trust in our model. (any client names on this website have been pre-approved by the client)

Client 1st Interaction

"I am so thankful to the both of you for so much.  For your time, effort, your great listening skills and thoughtfulness.  I thank you guys so much for all of your help and support in my difficult time." - Mediation Client, Bay Area CA.

"Without your support we would have lost our business. Thank you." Crisis support client, Europe.

"We are growing and better than we have ever been from a team standpoint. Nice working with you." Ombuds Client, Bay Area, CA

“Your leadership, participation, and support made a huge difference for the outcome of the meetings.” Mediation Client, CEO, Non-Profit, Washington DC.

 “Very interesting and informative! Excellent program!” - Training Participant, San Francisco, CA.

“We couldn’t have even been in the same room, let alone come to agreement, without your help. Thank-you.” - Mediation Client, Oakland, CA.

“The training went well as the content was well organized, relevant and valuable. The presenter was clear and caring and had a great teaching style." - Workshop participant, Portland, OR.