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Joan Sabott

Joan Sabott is a practitioner, consultant, trainer, teacher, and coach in conflict engagement and resolution.  Currently, she is an adjunct faculty at Creighton University in Omaha, NE, USA, on leadership and conflict.  Joan is an Affiliated Practitioner and former Senior Program Manager with The Langdon Group. She has consulted on various projects in the organizational sector for businesses and public agencies, and on environmental projects in the substantive areas of water, transportation, and land use and planning.  Project experience ranges from high-level water negotiations in California, to the use of snowmobiles in Yellowstone National Park, to the dissolution of firms, to the team management and development alongside major technology improvement projects. 

Additionally, she manages various projects that fall under the organizational umbrella for agencies, where she supports more effective conflict engagement, improved communication and teamwork, and better decision making.  Prior to joining The Langdon Group, Joan worked with CDR Associates, a premier mediation and facilitation firm in Boulder, Colorado. From one day (or hour) to the next, she is mediating, facilitating, coaching, advocating and providing impromptu training sessions on conflict-related topics. This work is exciting and challenging and requires many different leadership strategies. Practice complements teaching and training.  They inform one another.  Joan tends to seek out ways in the training sessions to marry practice and theory. 

Joan holds a B.S.B.A. in History, a Certificate in Secondary Education, and a Masters in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. All degrees have been awarded by Creighton University.

 

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