Restorative justice embraces self-determination, encouraging people to resolve disputes in the workplace, promoting the belief that the more closely restorative justice practices are linked to the community, family and self the better the resolutions will be.
Restorative Transformation works with organizations that are looking for a systems change and want to create an environment that promotes equity, power - with and a commitment to a thriving community which it serves.
If you are looking to expand programming that includes Restorative Justice or evaluate an existing program we have a customized implementation plan:
If needed, we also support the grant funding process by providing the program write-up and letters of support.
No matter your starting point, we are here to help!
Restorative Transformations provides skilled facilitators who have extensive experience working with a variety of groups including those of differing economic levels, backgrounds, and ethnicities.
Training Certification for:
All of our trainings are customized.
Community Circle Training Restorative Transformation offers support and training in restorative justice facilitation and conflict resolution skills to sustain a process that can address local concerns.
High staff turn-over, gossip, harassment, employee misconduct, bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination and low productivity cost your organization money and interfere with achieving its goals. A Workplace Circle uses empathy, understanding and solutions to turn a workplace conflict into a collaborative exercise allowing those involved to resolve the issue equitably and refocus on the organizations mission as a team.
In workplaces, Conflict Coaching helps to reduce the high cost of conflict. It is a one-on-one process that supports an organizational culture that values effective conflict management as a core proficiency by assisting leaders and other members of the workforce to: Decrease conflict, create mutual respect and solve problems peacefully.
The pandemic refocused many employees on Work/Home balance. An organization that offers Family Coaching tells members it values them as people in addition to their contribution to the organization. Families will learn skills in conflict management, parenting, communication, child development and how to solve problems while building relationships.
If you are looking to expand programming that includes restorative justice we have a customized implementation plan. We can be a support in the grant funding process by providing the program write-up and/or letters of support.
Dr. Maya Shankar