Licensees of CINERGY Coaching
CLE Consulting is an Australian based Organizational Development and Human Resource Consulting Organization, which brings together a diverse group of professionals to deliver integrated organizational and community development services. CLE Consulting supports leaders in private and public workplaces, to realize their visions and goals, including those related to building conflict competence. Email: ua.moc.gnitlusnocelcnull@ofni
LEADR – Association of Dispute Resolvers
LEADR is an Australasian not-for-profit membership organization, which promotes and facilitates the use of consensual dispute resolution processes, generally known as Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR. This organization provides a broad range of related services such as training and accreditation, for private and public sector organizations. LEADR has members in all States and Territories of Australia, across New Zealand and in many countries in the region, including Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Thailand and Japan. LEADR also has members in the USA and UK. Email: ua.moc.rdaelnull@rdael
For training in Ireland coordinated by CINERGY Accredited Trainers, please contact Mary Lou O’Kennedy (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mary Rafferty (ei.noitaidemsusnesnocnull@yram), or Catherine O’Connell (moc.tnempolevedmossolbnull@llennocoenirehtac).
If your organization is interested in becoming a CINERGY licensee, please let us know. Licensees promote and coordinate CINERGY Conflict Coaching Workshops for their target audiences within specific countries, subject to a licensing agreement. CINERGY Accredited Trainers are required to provide the training.
Association for Coaching
Registered in England and Wales, the Association for Coaching (AC) aims to run and operate an ethical and responsible association for members. The framework on which AC bases its objectives incorporates seven core values: high standards; integrity; open; responsive; client focused; educational; and progressive.
Coach U and Corporate Coach U
Coach U is a leading global provider of coach training programs and is accredited by the International Coach Federation. Cinnie is a graduate of Coach U.
International Association of Coaching
The International Association of Coaching (IAC) is an independent, global coach certifying body, whose mission is to inspire the ongoing evolution and application of universal coaching standards. IAC’s vision is to advance coaching to the highest standards of universal excellence.
International Coach Federation
The International Coach Federation (ICF) is the largest worldwide resource for business and personal coaches. The ICF is a non-profit membership organization formed by coaching professionals worldwide and its purpose is to advance the art, science and practice of professional coaching. The ICF builds, supports and preserves the integrity of the coaching profession by providing a range of programs, by promulgating standards for certifying coaches and accrediting coaching schools and courses and by promoting terms of ethical conduct of coaches. ICF offers members the opportunity to participate in a Special Interest Group on Conflict Management Coaching, of which CINERGY’s owner, Cinnie Noble, is the host. She is a former board member of the ICF – Greater Toronto Area chapter.
International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations
The International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations (ICCO) is a not-for-profit association that provides leading-edge learning events for coaches. The ICCO envisions a “United Nations of Coaching” – a body of divergent opinions and perspectives, alert to the ideas of others, collaborative, inclusive, respectful of differences and transparently apolitical.
Based in British Columbia, Canada, Peer Resources is a non-profit educational corporation. Among many other things, this entity publishes one of the most extensive newsletters on peer, mentor and coach systems in Canada.
Conflict Management Organizations
ADR Institute of Ontario
The ADR Institute of Ontario Inc. is one of six affiliates of The ADR Institute of Canada, Inc., a non-profit organization that shares information and promotes ideas for continuous improvement and upgrading of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as a profession.
Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum
The main objective of the Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum (APMF) is to facilitate the exchange and development of knowledge, values and skills of mediation in any form including inter-cultural, interpersonal, inter-institutional and international, within and between the diverse countries and cultures in the Asia-Pacific region.
Association for Conflict Resolution
The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution. ACR represents and serves a diverse national and international audience that includes more than 6,000 mediators, arbitrators, facilitators, conflict coaches, educators and others involved in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). CINERGY’s owner, Cinnie Noble, is the first chairperson of ACR’s Conflict Coaching Committee (part of the Workplace Section).
International Association for Conflict Management
The International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) was founded to encourage scholars and practitioners to develop and disseminate theory, research and expertise that is useful for understanding and improving conflict management in family, organizational, societal and international settings. The official journal of IACM is Negotiations and Conflict Management Research (NCMR). This publication focuses on theory and research on conflict and conflict management across levels and domains, including organizational, interpersonal and inter-group conflict, environmental conflict and informal third party intervention.
Mediators Beyond Borders
Mediators Beyond Borders is a non-profit, humanitarian organization established to partner with communities in troubled locations worldwide to support them to build their conflict resolution capacity for preventing, managing, resolving and healing from conflict. This partnership involves skilled volunteer conflict resolution professionals collaborating with local people on the design and implementation of sustainable peace building initiatives responsive to their needs, desires and cultures, and to the history of each conflict. MBB works in pre and post violence communities. This organization is not a first responder and is not prepared to intervene in the midst of violent crises.
Peacemakers Trust is a non-profit corporation whose purpose is “to create avenues to advance people’s knowledge and capacity to understand, prevent and address conflict fairly, effectively and peacefully”. Peacemakers Trust promotes research and education for practitioners, government and non-government officials and the public. The Peacemakers’ Round Table was formed by Peacemakers Trust as an emerging network for persons interested in advancing scholarship, education and practice about constructive conflict and peacebuilding, worldwide.
Peer Resources Network
The Peer Resources Network (PRN) is a membership-based service provided by Peer Resources, a non-profit, educational corporation, specializing in the development of peer, coach and mentor programs.
World Mediation Forum
The World Mediation Forum (WMF) is a global association of people, organizations and institutions interested in interpersonal, intergroup, community, transcultural and international mediation. This organization is committed to the use of mediation and other appropriate collaborative conflict management processes, wherever conflict threatens the well being of individuals, organizations, communities and local, state or national governments. The WMF is also committed to the exchange of information related to mediation.