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Laridae, full service management consultants.
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Workplace Restoration

If attempts to resolve conflict have proven unsuccessful, and your organization is facing a debilitating breakdown in relationships, the situation may seem hopeless—but it isn’t. Laridae can help. Through a restorative practice approach, our specially-trained consultants work to rebuild relationships and trust to move your organization beyond conflict.

“The fundamental premise of restorative practices is that people are happier, more cooperative and productive, and more likely to make positive changes when those in positions of authority do things with them, rather than to them or for them.” — International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP)

Laridae Subject Matter Experts

Kevin Cutler is a retired educator with over 30 years of experience in that field. Kevin has held the position of teacher, school level administrator, board level administrator and superintendent of education mainly with the Trillium Lakelands District School Board in Ontario. Kevin has done considerable work in the areas of special education, safe schools, and equity. His work on bullying prevention and intervention has had impact at the school, board and provincial levels.

Kevin is presently a trainer/facilitator for The International Institute for Restorative Practices Canada and facilitates workplace restoration conferences for organizations and companies. As a trainer he has presented many sessions on the Restorative Practices Framework and using RP in schools, organizations and groups in order to enhance culture, improve communication, develop trust and allow people to move forward in a positive direction so that they work to do things “with” each other rather than “to” each other.

Alexia Dyer M.A. is an educator, consultant and mediator who supports universities, governmental agencies, and the public sector with workplace restoration. She has fifteen years experience working in the violence prevention field with survivors of trauma, and this informs her approach to conflict and restorative justice. She has developed a social justice model of mediation that acknowledges systems of oppression, and strives to create healthier relationships and stronger communities by creating safer places for people to engage in difficult dialogues.

Alexia has a graduate degree in Sociology and Equity Studies in Education (OISE/UT), and holds certificates in Dispute Resolution (Atkinson College/York University), and Restorative Justice (Simon Fraser University).