“Amy Lieberman is a paradigm-shifter who brings a palette of color to an otherwise black and white process.” Amy Lieberman, Esq., Executive Director, is an ACR Advanced Practitioner in Workplace Mediation and Employment Arbitration. She is among the top 5% of lawyers in ADR as recognized in "Southwest SuperLawyers," "Best Lawyers in America" and "Ranking Arizona's Top Lawyers" in ADR. She is a member of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, CPR's Panel of Distinguished Neutrals, a Fellow of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators, and a mediator and arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, the Arizona Association of Realtors, and the EEOC, among others.
Get It Out, Get It Over and Get Back to Business - A guide to resolving conflict in the workplace
C-Level and HR executives challenged with resolving high stakes employment conflict consider Amy Lieberman’s Alternative Dispute Resolution skills their secret to success. Among the “Best Lawyers in America,” this experienced and sought-after mediator, trainer, and speaker enlightens and brings opposing parties together to ease tensions, protect capital, and restore balance.
Since 2001, Amy’s keynotes, breakout sessions, and skilled mediation sessions have influenced thousands of individuals and organizations to peacefully resolve their conflicts and enjoy the high value benefits that flow from successful closure.
Her niche expertise on employment disputes and a rare ability to handle legal AND interpersonal disputes sets her apart, enabling her to provide peace of mind, enhanced business relationships, and capital savings.
While others may shy away from strong feelings that are the essence of tough conflict, Amy embraces both the business and personal aspects of conflict. She guides parties with information, understanding, and the connection needed to reach resolution. Resolving tensions so that parties can preserve their dignity and move on with their lives and businesses is her highest priority.
- Secrets to Successful Conflict Resolution: Lessons from the Expert
- It’s Not Business, It’s Personal
- Mediation Success: Get It Out, Get It Over and Get Back to Business
- Driving Forces of Desires: Reaching Resolution
- Managing Workplace Conflict: Power and Perception