Thank you to everyone who made our 39th Annual Conference a success

Our 39th Annual Professional Development Conference, “The Evolving Demand for ADR,” was a huge success! We wanted this conference program to be propulsive, forward-thinking, and even a little bit provocative. We wanted to showcase some of the most punctuated topics in the ADR Landscape today and bring on board speakers who have specialized in those

Welcome, Kimberly!

Please join us in welcoming Kimberly MacNeil, our new Office Administrator. We are excited to further strengthen our member support efforts with Kimberly on our team. She has a strong background in office administration and a vibrant passion for collaboration and conflict resolution. Kimberly can be reached at info [@] / 437-219-7059. Welcome to

What is a Workplace Assessment?

This blog post is written by Blaine Donais, President and Founder of Workplace Fairness International (WFI). ADRIO is collaborating with WFI for the seventh year in a row to offer the Advanced Workplace Restoration and Workplace Fairness Assessments program. This is a popular program among experienced ADR practitioners, senior government employees, HR professionals and conflict

Embracing 2024: The Year of Focus, Action and Results!

Dear ADRIO Members and Conflict Resolution Enthusiasts, Happy New Year and warm greetings! Wishing you all good health, peace, and prosperity for 2024!  “If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but by all means, keep moving.”   As we settle into 2024, this quote from Dr. Martin Luther

Life Isn’t Fair, So Why Should the Workplace Be?

This post is written by Tova Bar-Dayan, MIR, CHRL, WFA, an experienced workplace investigator and HR/LR Consultant at BD Investigations, who recognizes the importance of trustworthy, trauma-informed, and impartial approaches to workplace conflict.  Tova is a regular contributor on LinkedIn. How old were you the first time you learned that life isn’t fair? Most of

Introduction to Arbitration for Mediators

Mediation and arbitration are distinct processes. Many practitioners do both. Increasingly, established arbitrators delve into the facilitation of mediation; for aspiring and established mediators, arbitration can offer the prospect of service expansion, too. This interactive program offers practical perspective into leveraging mediation skills to excel at decision making. It will help mediators consider expanding their

Advanced Workplace Restoration and Workplace Fairness Assessments

Back by Popular Request. 20 Seats Only. This advanced two-part seminar covers workplace assessments and restoration. We take a look at workplaces from a broad and proactive perspective. We provide you with two important workplace assessment models: Fairness Assessments and Health Assessments. We use an experiential training approach that relies on your experiences to provide