Your Problem, Our Solution

Do you have a Conflict Deeply Rooted in History between two or more groups?

We help governments, non-governmental and civil society organizations, and all involved stakeholders rebuild to obtain sustainable peace.

By remaining simultaneously empathic and neutral, CEC Global can remain objective and help clients explore infinitely creative and innovative solutions to real-life dilemmas. We offer various conflict consulting services: conflict assessment & analysis, conflict coaching, strategic planning, conflict resolution training, stakeholder engagement, and leadership and team development.

We can customize our services to meet your unique individual or organizational needs.

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CEC Global affirms:
Your Problem, Our Solution.

We provide services to entities such as:

The United Nations

  • Peacebuilding Commission
  • Peace and Security Council
  • United Nations Department of Political Affairs
  • UN Women
  • United Nations Human Rights Council
  • UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

The Federal, State, and Local Government

  • Elected Officials
  • Law Enforcement
  • Welfare Programs
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Department of Education
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Justice
  • Department of Health and Human Services
  • Department of Labor

Non-Governmental Organizations

  • The World Bank
  • Catholic Charities
  • Amnesty International
  • Mercy Corp
  • Impunity Watch
  • United States Institute for Peace

Civil Society Organizations

  • community groups
  • youth groups
  • service organizations
  • interest groups
  • academic institutions

Mission Statement

Our mission is to eliminate national and international conflicts that adversely impact governments, civil society organizations, non-public sector entities, and other stakeholders that might otherwise be excluded by building a bridge between communication and understanding.

Vision Statement

We will be the leading conflict resolution experts in organizational development, human security, and capacity building in post-conflict countries with subsidiaries across the planet.

Conflict Management Consulting

5 Top Benefits of working with a conflict resolution consultant?

  • Reduced costs

    a. Less money spent on legal and court fees
    b. More money to allocate towards achieving future goals and tasks
    c. Increased savings
    d. Increase in new initiatives and improvements in program implementation processes
    e. Better decision-making

  • Increased organizational productivity, performance, and morale

    a. High employee retention
    b. Increased ability to meet team goals and organization’s bottom line
    c. Increased employee commitment to the organization
    d. Foster’s relationship between employees, management, and the organization
    e. Increased interconnection and collaboration between employees and other departments while decreasing workplace hostility and tension

  • Develop conflict competence

    a. Increased creative problem-solving skills
    b. Decreased attributions of blame
    c. Increased empathic responses to problems
    d. Increased emotional intelligence
    e. Increased assertive versus aggressive or passive-aggressive behaviors

  • Improved Relationships

    a. Improved personal, professional, customer, vendor, and stakeholder relationships
    b. Decrease in stress and anxiety due to reduced fighting and conflict escalation due to improved healthy communication skills
    c. Increased employee self-empowerment and self-determination
    d. Decreased workplace gossip
    e. Increased happiness due to personal and professional needs and interests being met

  • Decreased Stress

    a. Increased overall feelings of happiness
    b. Decreased employee absenteeism
    c. Increased communication between staff and management
    d. Increased understanding of organization’s vision
    e. Increased interest in employee self-improvement training & programs

Conflict Management Competence & Importance

Conflict is a natural occurrence, and an inevitable part of living and being in relationships with other human begins. Although conflict can invoke anger, distrust, fear, and other negative emotions, it is important to learn how to deal with conflict when it shows up in your personal life or organization because these unaddressed discords will quickly escalate, creating more challenges than you initially started with. Being proficient in conflict resolution is no different than learning other crucial life skills such as cooking, cleaning, driving, laundry, budgeting, sewing, writing, speaking, etc. Like it or not: conflict is not going anywhere – till death do you part. Like many other obstacles and challenges we face: it’s a lot less scary when you stare it in the eyes and deal with it. Moreover, you are in a more powerful position when you are proactive rather than reactive. Reactive responses are often counterproductive, and you are more likely to disregard your personal needs and interests, giving the other party a greater advantage in the negotiation. Feelings of resentment, regret, and despair will quickly set in, leaving you feeling powerless, victimized, and taken for granted. Conflict management consultants are trained to support and guide you through many types of personal, professional, and organizational challenges.

Conflict competence is the ability to exercise emotional intelligence, cognitive functions, and behavioral decision-making skills to produce positive conflict outcomes while mitigating further escalating the dispute or deterring a violent response. It sounds easy enough, but it is not. High conflict competence requires self-awareness, situational awareness, empathy, effective communication, and understanding basic human behaviors and relationship dynamics. Conflict competence is an authentic response to a human event. People aren’t born conflict competent; instead, this skill is learned and developed over time. Conflict competent persons understand the following:

1. Power vs. Force: power is gentle, whereas force is an abuse of power
2. Peace isn’t passive: wanting peace doesn’t mean accepting unjust attitudes, behaviors, and circumstances. And, “fighting” for peace does not mean using violent means to achieve goals. Peace is an engaging and assertive force to be reckoned with.
3. Creative Problem-Solving: if there is a will, there is a way.
4. I am We, and We are I: human beings are communal creatures. We cannot survive alone; so, the community is important. Collaboration, not competition, is how the human species will survive.

Too often, leaders within organizations miss opportunities to strengthen internal working relationships, because they make these common mistakes:

• Value hierarchical relationships over director reports
• Ignore/dismiss conflict between direct reports
• Fail to delegate because they want to ensure standards are met
• Hiring a “body” instead of the right “person” for the job
• Non-transparent communication

Remember: The enemy within will destroy you faster than an external enemy – your competitors.

Through being simultaneously empathic and detached, CEC Global can stay objective and assist others with exploring infinitely creative and innovative solutions to real-life dilemmas.