In a busy and crowded world of competing and contradictory interests, conflict is inevitable. Most important is recognising and anticipating disputes and then working with people affected by them. We know how to build skills and structures to engage with conflict effectively and productively. We use methods that are proven to assist in tackling conflict and building harmony in community, workplace and project settings.
Build skills and structures to engage with conflict effectively and productively.
Engaging with workplace conflict
Community Works has responded to requests from organisations to assist them to understand and better manage conflicts in the workplace.
Action Research on Family Mediation
Relationships Australia NT invited Community Works to work with the organisation in a one-year action research project to address the question ‘what would it take to improve services for remote communities?
Mining and local development; training for better results
Community Works played a lead role in a project managed by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and funded by AusAID through its Public Sector Linkages Program.