Dr. D is a dynamic and engaged speaker, never failing to excite her audience. She has nearly 30 years of professional experience as an accomplished corporate consultant and keynote speaker. Companies such as Teradata, Yamaha, Stanford University, Cal Western School of Law, and the Department of Navy have called upon her to “train their trainers” as well as coach leaders at every level around the world. Debra is a Business Coach and Relationship Consultant delivering leadership solutions to organizations, teams, and individuals. She designs and implements training programs for professional development and guides organizations through strategic change. You won’t be disappointed when Dr. Dupree is leading your group! Nothing but spectacular results flow from her guided interaction! Debra was the former President for the California Association of Rehabilitation & Re-Employment Professionals (CARRP) and former Director of Training for the Mediation Training Institute (MTI). She has over 25 years’ experience facilitating the interactive process and mediating Title VII-related disputes in the federal sector, school districts and community colleges, healthcare and utility industries.
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Articles and Video:
Mediate.com Podcast Episode 17: Workplace Mediation: It’s all in the Preparation
The Mediate.com Podcast, hosted by mediator Veronica Cravener, covers everything in the world of mediation. Episode 17 features Dr. Debra Dupree and focuses on the importance of preparation. Preparation is key when it comes to all mediation, but especially workplace mediation.
The Psychology of Conflict and the Art of Compassion
This article is designed to shift how we manage people in emotionally intense situations.
Mediating Reasonable Accommodations for ADA Cases: What every mediator needs to know
When faced with the impact of disability in the workplace, both the employee and employer often lack appropriate information about the interactive reasonable accommodation process, their rights and responsibilities under the law, and the disability itself.