Dealing with Drama In The Workplace – March 28, 2016 – 7:30 pm

New: Slides from the presentation are available here.

Please join us for a free workshop on Handling Workplace Conflict Workshop on Monday March 28th.  I’m Jacqueline Lacey, a Wayne State University graduate student majoring in Dispute Resolution and I’ll be explaining how using an informal managerial mediation approach allows workplace disputes to be handled constructively. The workshop will focus on how to facilitate conflict resolution in the workplace. If you want to learn the basic theory and skills necessary to include the practice of mediation in your workplace, this workshop is for you. As my biography explains, I’m trained in Collective Bargaining Mediation, Civil Mediation and Restorative Justice Conferencing Circle Training so we’ll have lots to talk about.

Jacqueline Lacey

About 3rd Sider Jacqueline Lacey

Highly experienced labor union member and activist with excellent labor-management relationships. Lacey is near completion of her Master of Arts Degree in Dispute Resolution (MADR) at Wayne State University in Detroit. Her coursework includes Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining; Organizational Communication; Communication Technology and Conflict; Communication Culture & Conflict and Roots of Social Conflict. She has received numerous awards/scholarships for her academic achievement; Women of Wayne, John Kelly Labor, and Graduate Scholarships. Lacey has been accepted in the College of Education, Graduate Certificate in College & University Teaching and the Master of Arts in Public Relations & Organizational Communication programs. She is a skilled communicator, problem solver and conflict resolution specialist. Lacey is trained in grievance, collective bargaining agreement and workplace mediation.


Jacqueline Lacey

About Jacqueline Lacey

Highly experienced labor union member and activist with excellent labor-management relationships. Lacey is near completion of her Master of Arts Degree in Dispute Resolution (MADR) at Wayne State University in Detroit. Her coursework includes Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining; Organizational Communication; Communication Technology and Conflict; Communication Culture & Conflict and Roots of Social Conflict. She has received numerous awards/scholarships for her academic achievement; Women of Wayne, John Kelly Labor, and Graduate Scholarships. Lacey has been accepted in the College of Education, Graduate Certificate in College & University Teaching and the Master of Arts in Public Relations & Organizational Communication programs. She is a skilled communicator, problem solver and conflict resolution specialist. Lacey is trained in grievance, collective bargaining agreement and workplace mediation.