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“People listen better if they feel that you have understood them…So if you want the other side to appreciate your interests, begin by demonstrating that you appreciate theirs.”

Roger Fisher
Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In

Workplace Conflict & Conflict Resolution

The Workplace Fairness Institute provides people and organizations with fair, effective and sustainable solutions for preventing, resolving and managing workplace conflicts. We support organizations to foster a healthy culture based on a core value of equality of concern and respect. The Workplace Fairness Institute launched the Workplace Fairness Ombuds Office in 2013 to provide independent, informal, confidential and impartial conflict resolution services for organizations such as the National Energy Board.

With offices across Canada, the Workplace Fairness Institute has leading experts on workplace conflict management and offers media commentary, public addresses, research and analysis on contemporary workplace issues internationally. Marjorie Munroe and Michelle Phaneuf partnered in early 2015 under the umbrella of Workplace Fairness West to bring the expertise and concepts of Workplace Fairness to Alberta.

Services include managing interpersonal conflict, addressing bullying and harassment, leading teams in conflict, learning and development, psychological health and safety, and Ombuds services.

Our CORE VALUE: By applying the Core Value of Workplace Fairness, organizations are encouraged to practice Communication, Collaboration and Proactivity in their business processes to produce a desirable organizational culture that will enhance shareholder and stakeholder value.

Workplace Fairness West is Respect in the Workplace Certified through Respect Group.logo_RiWorkplace-Certified

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