The Bridgeway Group founded in 2005, is a non-profit organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The Bridgeway Group works in partnership with parties in conflict-affected communities and regions to provide long-term capacity building for the effective, sustainable, and non-violent management of social and community conflict. The Bridgeway Group is especially committed to supporting parties and communities in under-resourced contexts and to capturing and disseminating lessons learned from its work around the world. To accomplish this goal, the Bridgeway Group works with individuals and organizations, offering training in negotiation, communication, leadership, and peacebuilding skills. In addition, the Bridgeway Group strives to provide best practice through coaching, strategic advice, and innovative tools, designed to help transform the negotiation and conflict management cultures of those communities with whom they work.
The Bridgeway Group
Dragonfly Partners helps change-making clients get “unstuck.” They coach senior leaders, facilitate difficult conversations, help manage change processes, conduct strategic planning processes, develop organizational infrastructure (including performance management systems), create and deliver customized training and support organizations to choose thoughtful and brave ways to run a principled organization. These clients are advocacy groups, foundations, universities, government agencies, coalitions and others engaged in work for social and political change. Their partners and associate consultants are experts in advocacy and policy, organizational development and conflict management. You can learn more about Dragonfly at www.dragonfly-partners.com.
Triad is a leading global corporate education and communication consulting firm. Founded in 1999 by members of the Harvard Negotiation Project, they help corporations, non-profits, governments, teams, and individuals improve leadership and conflict management skills.
Triad Consulting Group builds individual and organizational capacity to manage difficult conversations and critical relationships — whether with colleagues, clients, customers, suppliers or partners. Typical engagements include training executive teams to make smart decisions when emotions run high and constituents are divided; helping managers from different functions collaborate openly and efficiently; and teaching colleagues – even in a “nice culture” – to give supportive, timely, and clear feedback or bad news.
Spectrum Media designs multi-media campaigns and public awareness programs that support social, environmental and economic reforms, with experience in 20+ countries around the world. Examples include democracy in Mali, conflict resolution in Jordan and sustainable agriculture in Malawi. Spectrum Media’s portfolio also includes award-winning documentaries and educational films.
Spectrum has produced a significant amount of media at the intersection of conflict resolution education and peacebuilding. For clients such USAID, Harvard University and the World Bank, Spectrum has developed creative solutions to translate complex global issues into resonant human stories that have reached audiences globally.