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The Best Lawyer You Can Be

A Guide to Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellnes

It’s no secret that individual lawyers are under siege in a profession with a high incidence of stress, divorce, substance abuse, and suicide. In this groundbreaking multi-dimensional collection, you can find toolsand information that enable you to have both a successful career and a happy, satisfied life. These tools will teach you how to harness the transformative power of being more relational and less transactional.

Featured Communication Tool

Thoughtful Citizenship

A non-partisan guide for having thoughtful conversations, even with those who disagree, so that everyone comes out alive and maybe even learns something along the way.



to Resolution



The Book of


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Stewart Levine delivers on his agreement with the reader to provide a powerful vision and practical tools that turn potential business and personal conflicts into collaborative partnerships.


Author of four New York Times Bestsellers

With less focus on the purely psychological aspects of reaching agreement than ‘Getting to Yes’ Levine’s is a much more pragmatic approach. . . We all want agreement. Here’s how to get it and keep it and work it.


Co-Creator, #1 New York Times Best Selling,

Chicken soup for the soul

Buy this book. I know systems for creating wealth. The systems in the Book of Agreement will help you create the kind of agreements that will generate much more financial and emotional wealth in your life.


Author of Four New York Times Bestsellers

Listen to Stewart

(A Podcast Episode with Legacy Makers @ Work)

Interviews, Webinars, & Podcasts

Corporate Training Video (19 minutes; Workbook)

Susan Stamm interviews Stewart on Bookends.

An interview by Wayne Hurlbert on BlogTalkRadio

social radio network.

“Moments of Insight”

present Stewart Levin at the Global Dialogue


Bookend interview with Stewart Levine and David Coleman, authors of Collaboration 2.0.

AMA Webinar, Preventing and Resolving Conflict in

Cyberspace: How to Build Sustainable Collaboration

in Virtual Teams.

View an introductory

video about the book,

“Getting to Resolution”.

An interview with

Stewart Levine on being a “resolutionary”. Stewart shares his 7-step model for achieving true



Co- Authored by: Stewart Levine & Rick Smyre – President, Center for Communities of the Future

All successful consulting engagements happen because we collaborate successfully with others.

You can learn how to craft elegant agreements using a 10 element Agreement Template.

You can learn how to craft elegant agreements using a 10 element Agreement Template.

The following article is adapted from “Getting to Resolution: Turning Conflict into Collaboration” recently

named one of the 30 Best Business Books of 1998.

Moving from conflict to a workable agreement–a dynamic context for action and cooperation;

It’s not about winning or losing. It’s about getting people back to their lives. Here’s a primer on unlearning the craft of conflict.

Crafting effective agreements is an elegant way of arriving at a shared vision, either as the final step of

resolving conflict, or at the beginning of a new project, transaction or relationship.

Everyone is moving faster and faster. There are more and more of us. We collide with each other more frequently,

and with greater velocity.

The growing practice of trying to settle conflicts through litigation is not only expensive, it often fails to achieve long-term resolutions,

according to Stewart Levine, an attorney and author of Getting to Resolution.

Is there a simple and elegant way of building and transforming an organizations culture? I wonder about this question when I repeatedly

hear the phrase “cultural change” as the goal for an organizational strategic initiative.

This article is adapted from The Book of Agreement: Ten Essential Elements for Getting the Results You Want (Berrett-Koehler)

ResolutionWorks is a consulting and training organization dedicated to providing skills and ways of thinking needed to build strong organizational cultures in all types of working environments.

It is also a public resource for individuals and organizations who wish to create powerful, sustainable collaborations and partnerships. This website provides a variety of instructional methods in a wide variety of media formats. Become part of a growing and thriving community!

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