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Mosaic Expands To Include HR Consulting
After performing across-the-board human resources functions for a variety of organizations, principal consultant Alec Chapa spent 6 months reviewing HR best practices, as established by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), before passing the certification exam on the first attempt in January, 2023. “So much of the knowledge and best practices were intuitive to…
American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Fellowship to Begin Jan 3, 2023
As 2022 comes to a close and attention turns towards the year to come, one exciting announcement comes just in time – Mosaic’s principal consultant Alec Chapa has been selected for the American Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Fellowship! Fellows are granted the opportunity, network, and tools with which to support the section’s work of expanding…
The Peace Dividend: Mosaic Secures Capital Investment
Gratitude. Hope. Faith. Trust. Confidence. These were some of the many sentiments vibrating throughout the room as the investing agreement was signed. Peaceful profits – woohoo!! Of all people, I couldn’t be happier that my own grandfather is Mosaic’s first investor! This is one example of how we are stronger when we work together, as…
December Conference: American Bar’s Mediation Institute
This year’s mediation and advocacy institute has an impressive line up, including Ken Cloke! If you haven’t registered, I highly encourage you to consider it.
Keynote Presentation: Moral Generosity
It was my pleasure and honor to present on my conflict resolution framework “Moral Generosity” to over 100 agents at Century 21’s annual retreat.
Johns Hopkins Publication: Psychology of Large Group Conflict
At the heart of my published research, I ask the question, if we change the news that we watch and the hardened opinions about issues and others, could it provide a way beyond our political divides and move us toward finding cooperative solutions?