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Conflict Resolution and Twitter

by Jason Dykstra
April 2011

From From Jason Dykstra's Absolution Mediation Blog

Jason Dykstra
This past week I had the privilege of being a guest on the Adrhub podcast series. This series is hosted by the well-respected (and awesome) mediator Jeff Thompson. During the podcast we got to talk about Twitter and some of the do’s and don’ts as well as some of the people we enjoy following.

As a conflict resolution specialist I use Twitter for both business and pleasure. I use it for business to keep current about what is happening in the conflict resolution world, to establish relationships, promote conflict resolution, and connect with other mediators/conflict resolution practitioners within the field. One of the reasons I chose Twitter to do this is so that I could engage with people. I’ve been trained to communicate efficiently and to help others communicate, so why not showcase that on Twitter. Anyways, enough blabbering from me. Take a listen here to the podcast and let me know what you think!

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Jason is a Conflict Management Specialist who is helping organizations and congregations move from conflict situations to creative solutions. He specializes in relational and communication issues and uses his experience and training in mediation, group facilitation, conflict management coaching, speaking and teaching to aid you and your surroundings to better cope with conflict and become more conflict resilient. Jason has a background in social services, working with individuals with developmental disabilities, mental health and at-risk youth. He complements his experience with an Advanced Certificate in Conflict Management and is currently in pursuit of his Master's Degree in Leadership. Jason lives in St. George, Ontario with his beautiful wife and two children.



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