Conflict resolution specialist David Campt talks about the art of peace building, using dialogue to create common ground, and how whites can be effective allies for people of color in the fight against racism.
Campt is an authority on inclusion and equity, stakeholder engagement, and conflict resolution and dialogue. The author of Read the Room for Real and co-author (with Lisa Schirch) of The Little Book of Dialogue for Difficult Subjects, he’s served as Senior Policy Adviser to President Clinton’s Initiative on Race, organized forums for members of Congress, and provided facilitation expertise for Fortune 500 companies, foundations, and national and international non-profit organizations.
In addition to providing practical suggestions for aspiring and experienced peace builders, Campt here reveals his personal strategies for self-care and what led him to pursue a career in conflict resolution.
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