Why Resolution?

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by Stewart Levine

Module 1 -Why Resolution? Lesson 1 Audio Overview   The real costs of conflict are much higher than we imagine.  These costs of conflict represent a resource drain of huge proportion and a source of great unhappiness and discomfort. In 2017, 354,000 cases were filed in US federal district courts, and 83,000,000 were filed in […]

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