Sharad Kerur created and leads Resolution Pathways as its CEO.
With his knowledge, expertise, and experience, Sharad helps good leaders and their workplaces to become great by:
He is Harvard-trained having obtained a Certificate in Mediating Disputes and a Certificate in Negotiating Difficult Conversations from the Harvard Negotiation Institute (Harvard Law School) and also holds a Certificate in Dispute Resolution and an Advanced Certificate in Dispute Resolution, both from the University of York located in Toronto.
Sharad holds a Q.Med (Qualified Mediator) designation from the ADR Institute of Canada, a C.C.Med (Chartered Community Mediator) accreditation from the Ontario Community Mediation Coalition, is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accredited by the International Coaching Federation, a CINERGY® Certified Conflict Management Coach and Accredited Trainer, and is a Certified Workplace Fairness Analyst accredited by Workplace Fairness International. He has also obtained a Certificate in Civil Procedures for Non-Lawyer Mediators from the ADR Institute of Ontario and his Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP) Certification through Eckerd College and is a certified Personal and Business Coach educated through the Coach Academy (Canada).
Currently Sharad is on the Community Mediation Roster and Associate Mediation Roster with The Neighbourhood Group (St. Stephen's Community House - Conflict & Training.
He also provides skills training in conflict management and difficult conversations, serving on the education rosters of several major provincial associations.
For over 30 years, Sharad held senior level positions in the union and association sectors. From 2003 to 2017 he was was Executive Director of Canada’s largest non-profit housing association. As a result, he has a strong grasp on the “business” of non-profit organizations and associations, and real-world experience in negotiation, mediation and collaborative communication strategies.
Sharad has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and Master of Industrial Relations from Queen’s University, with a focus on negotiation theory and alternative dispute resolution methods.
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Suzanne Gibson “awakens the potential” of organizations to achieve their mandate and vision.
Over the past 25 years, Suzanne has:
Some of the services she provides include:
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