Oct 17, 2019
Sharon Dolak, MDR, RDH, specializes in mediating team conflicts and teaching dental workplace communication techniques that reduce tension, salvage professional relationships, and help resolve costly, chronic disputes. Sharon received her mediation certificate in 2006 from Texas Woman’s University and her mediation dispute resolution from Mediators Without Borders. In 2013, Sharon completed Mediation Dynamics training that satisfies the standards of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable and Texas Mediator Credentialing Association, the highest credentials for mediators in the state of Texas. A practicing registered dental hygienist for more than 30 years, she teaches a unique blend of evidence-based mediation skills and real-world, practical insights gleaned from experiences in the dental world. Sharon offers in-house mediation to dental practices throughout the United States. She also offers Be Your Own Mediator, an engaging presentation that teaches the team to resolve conflict in the office and home.
“Sharon has an unusual ability to analyze a process or situation, especially those involving human interactions, getting quickly to the heart of the matter, then facilitating positive change for individuals and groups. She is perceptive, passionate about working with people, and constructive and effective in every interaction. Sharon demonstrates an ability to communicate and relate to others in a way that was challenging, supportive, and highly effective for her clients, who quickly responded to her insights, sincerity and encouragement. “-R Sheehan
Sharon specializes in reducing states of tension and getting long-term intractable disputes resolved for people who want to be or must be involved in an ongoing personal, professional, or business relationships. In her mediation practice she provides a forum and an atmosphere for authentic communication where parties gain understanding, become understood, and work collaboratively to explore options for resolution.
“What is noticeable about Sharon is her character, her commitment to her work, her own career and personal growth, and her faith. She has already overcome a number of significant challenges in life, refusing to accept daunting circumstances and constantly searching for and finding ways to improve herself, her life, and the lives of her children. Her values include integrity, commitment, a very strong work ethic, and the determination to continuously improve through helping others to do the same.”
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