The Office for Conflict Resolution was created by the Board of Regents in March 2005. The Office for Conflict Resolution provides an integrated conflict management system for University employees who have workplace concerns. It replaced the University Grievance Office but continues to offer the hearing procedures that were previously available.
Our purpose is to provide a coordinated network of options for managing workplace conflicts. Our goals are to encourage dialogue, identify interests, generate options, build accords, and conduct fair hearings.
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Successful collaborations don't just happen. NIH has found that discussing expectations at the outset of a collaboration significantly improves the likelihood of success. NIH ombudsman Howard Gadlin summarized practical strategies on a recent visit to the University.
Why collaborate? (44 sec.)
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