Friday, April 22, 2016

Nonflict: The Art of Everyday Peacemaking Review



"Nonflict] helped me immediately with a vital meeting with my employees and their union. It even helped me resolve an explosive conflict between my wife and teenage daughter leading to hugs.''--Jason Rosset, CEO, Accuworx

''Nonflict helped [my students] resolve the most difficult conflicts we could imagine and to take these much needed valuable tools home to share with others.'' -- Dr. Jim Torczyner, Professor of Social Work, McGill University

Authors Dr. Amir Kfir and Stephen Hecht offer you practical tools and easy-to-follow exercises for dealing with conflict, regardless of the cause. Using their own and other real life examples you will soon realize that conflicts are merely opportunities in disguise.

You can purchase a copy on Amazon.



About the Author
Dr. Amir Kfir is an organizational psychologist with Amirror and has facilitated Peace Action Forums globally, including Israeli-Arab, Arab-American, Greek-Turkish, Armenian-Turkish, and Jewish-Muslim forums. For over 25 years, Amir has been helping companies worldwide in organizational transformation and has been a leader in the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) forum methodology process.

Stephen Hecht, President and Chief Executive Peacemaker of Million Peacemakers, is the winner of numerous national and international business and community awards and is a leader in YPO. With over 30 years in private and public businesses, divorce, re-marriage, kids and step-kids, Stephen has experienced many conflicts and shares some of the lessons learned from his own journey and some from the triumphs of the many he has helped.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review- The perfect book if you are ever dealing with anyone in a conflicting situation.   There is just so much positive energy and tips to help move the situation onto a more subtle level that might even break it up all together.    Being able to shut down a problem before it gets out of hand is a great gift and I wish more people would pick up a copy of this book and really use it.

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