Mark Baril

Mark Baril

Mark Baril is a mediator with extensive business, personnel, and manufacturing experience. Mark focuses on managing conflict in businesses so they can thrive. He understands the inner workings and complexities of startups, and established businesses, and has a passion for helping them move from the complexity and costliness of destructive conflict to resolution and understanding. From crisis management via mediation to proactive training and Ombuds services, long-term resolution and productivity is always the focus.

 




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Articles and Video:

The Conflict Calculator: Estimating the costs of conflict in a workplace team (03/01/17)
This article discusses a tool for measuring the cost of workplace conflict, as well as the considerations that factored in to developing that tool.

MED-ARB: The Best of Both Worlds or Just A Limited ADR Option? (Part Two) (08/22/14)
Med-arb is the melding of two well-established processes for conflict resolution into one hybrid process. Mediation and Arbitration are used in conjunction with one another and, in the truest form of med-arb, the same third-party neutral plays the role of both mediator and arbitrator. In this paper, the term med-arb refers to this pure form that uses the same neutral, and is distinct from the common process where different neutrals are used in a mediation phase and an arbitration phase.

MED-ARB: The Best of Both Worlds or Just A Limited ADR Option? (Part One) (08/15/14)
Med-arb is the melding of two well-established processes for conflict resolution into one hybrid process. Mediation and Arbitration are used in conjunction with one another and, in the truest form of med-arb, the same third-party neutral plays the role of both mediator and arbitrator. In this paper, the term med-arb refers to this pure form that uses the same neutral, and is distinct from the common process where different neutrals are used in a mediation phase and an arbitration phase.

Conflict Systems at Work in Startups (06/20/14)
Behind most disputes is a system that perpetuates the problem. Uncovering the system will reveal why these negative conflict outcomes keep coming back, and, hopefully, how to fix them for good.