Shelley Larson, M.A., Conflict Resolution Expert, Detroit & Vancouver, BC
Shelley Larson is an experienced educator, trainer, speaker, mediator, conflict coach, and consultant with over thirty years of experience with private, non-profit, and higher education institutions. She specializes in designing and conducting academic courses, presentations, and workshops on effective communication, conflict resolution, leadership, team-building, strategic planning, diversity, and employee retention. Shelley’s coaching and mediation methods focus on transformational change, assisting individuals and organizations to identify goals, find win-win solutions, and reach their fullest potential. She effectively diagnoses and addresses a variety of interpersonal and business challenges, to create strategies and action plans for results, and to build rapport and trust throughout organizations.
Shelley helps clients find positive outcomes, transform relationships and maximize their potential.
Shelley recognizes the need for systems analysis and guidance for managing conflict. She focuses on helping organizations and individuals gain insights and skills to more appropriately manage conflicts, including those relating to diversity and identity. In addition to her mediation and consulting practice, Shelley is a professor of communication, leadership, and business writing at Oakland Community College.
Higher education environments
Auto manufacturing training environments
Coaching in conflict management, leadership development and professional growth
Intercultural communication and diversity issues
Employee onboarding and retention
Master of Arts (M.A.), Organizational Communication, Eastern Michigan University
Bachelor of Sciences (B.S.), Organizational and Interpersonal Communication, Eastern Michigan University
Graduate Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Wayne State University
Justice Institute of BC, British Columbia
Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., British Columbia