Resolve Toxic Workplace Conflict
KEEP THE CAREER YOU LOVE.
I'm Meredith Holley, founder of Eris Conflict Resolution. I am a workplace conflict mediator, communication coach, lawyer, and bestselling author. Here's what people are saying about the results they've been able to get using our tools:
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Lawyer, Berkeley, CA
Before investing in this program, my boss was sexually harassing at least one coworker and engaging in repeated disrespectful behavior towards women and people of different ethnicities.
I felt intensely anxious about my and my female colleagues' safety and well being. I felt incredibly unstable and like I couldn't handle things.
After investing in this program, my anxiety decreased exponentially! I learned so many life-changing skills from Meredith . . . . I became more confident in myself and truly began to believe that I can achieve my dream of becoming a professional artist and creating the life that I want. I improved my ability to set boundaries with my boss and with people in general.
Associate Professor, Corvallis, OR
Listen to Margaret's story of stopping sexual harassment by clicking above.
"I kind of went into a deep, stressful place. I wasn’t functioning very well. I had to get on my feet and be able to be confident in myself after feeling like the bottom had fallen out for me. I like who I am now more than I liked who I was before the harassment even started."
- Margaret, Associate Professor
Before hiring Meredith I received a complaint from an employee that another employee had sexually harassed him. I wanted to take care of my employees and customers, and I was afraid I would do or say something that would make things worse. I was afraid I would have to fire someone. Even though I felt compassion for the employee who complained, the accused employee denied the allegations and I was not sure who to believe.
After working with Meredith, both employees made big shifts. We implemented policies to keep our workplace safe. After a few weeks of work, both employees apologized to each other for their part in a complicated situation, and they agreed they could continue to work together professionally and safely.