Managing conflict within the neighborhood

When you move into a new house or a new neighborhood there is a lot of excitement. A dream come true. What are some things you can do to make sure you have a good relationship with your neighbors? What if you run into problems, what can you do and how should you approach your neighbor in order to handle the dispute?

In this workshop we will explore different ways a neighborhood conflict could be handled and how we can help keep a neighborhood a friendly place to live and interact. Some of these simple steps could save you time arguing with your neighbor or even time spent in the courtroom. Unless you are in a hurry to move, this workshop is for you.  Join us on March 23rd at 6:30 at the Harper Woods High School for this free community presentation.

Thank you for your attendance.

 

Colin Rose

About 3rd Sider Colin Rose

My name is Collin I am MADR student who is extremely interested in helping communities get through disputes. I am a k9 handler for a Wayne State University police department inside the city of Detroit. I have had a lot of experience dealing with conflict on the job. I am continuing my education in dispute resolution in order to make me more effective at dealing with conflict that may arise when I am working. I love training dogs for the police and private sector protection dogs, while working with the dogs you learn to work through problems with lots of patience and thought. Through all of my experiences I have grown and plan on continuing to grow my education and my own personal experiences.


Colin Rose

About Colin Rose

My name is Collin I am MADR student who is extremely interested in helping communities get through disputes. I am a k9 handler for a Wayne State University police department inside the city of Detroit. I have had a lot of experience dealing with conflict on the job. I am continuing my education in dispute resolution in order to make me more effective at dealing with conflict that may arise when I am working. I love training dogs for the police and private sector protection dogs, while working with the dogs you learn to work through problems with lots of patience and thought. Through all of my experiences I have grown and plan on continuing to grow my education and my own personal experiences.