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Conflict Resolution Specialists

Work Environment

Conflict resolution specialists work in a variety of settings, including law offices, people’s homes, courthouses, business offices, and neutral sites that have selected by the parties that seek conflict resolution services. There are pros and cons to this work. Many CRSs enjoy the constantly changing nature of their work and find it rewarding to try to help others resolve disputes in a fair and amicable way that often saves the participants time and money. On the other hand, conflict resolution sessions can be highly charged and emotional, with one or both parties being difficult or even confrontational. Many specialists thrive in this atmosphere, while some eventually move on to other careers because of the stress. A successful conflict resolution specialist needs to stay calm under pressure and be able to leave his or her work “at the office” after they go home.

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