Our mission is to help you find CLARITY!

We do provide customized training and curated learning experiences; however, most of what we do involves dialogue. As trained neutrals, that is, professionals trained to listen impartially, we use one-on-one conversations to help our customers clarify and understand their true interests. The act of talking things through provides clarity of purpose and planning. Clarity is what helps people and organizations solve problems of diversity, communication, and leadership.

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Working with stakeholders at all levels of an organization, and the community it serves, we gather information relevant to the conflict. After a thorough analysis we provide useful information that can serve as a framework for an effective problem solving process that will take into account the goals and interests of all involved parties. We can also design trainings, workshops, and presentations based on the results of a conflict analysis/evaluation


The following is a list of commonly requested topics. This list is not comprehensive. We can also design custom training based upon your specifications and specific requirements. Please inquire if you need training on a topic not listed here:

icon-check Advanced Conflict Management

icon-check Collaborative Problem Solving

icon-check Communication in Diverse Environments

icon-check Corporate and Organizational Citizenship

icon-check How Leaders Communicate


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Email: mukurima@mbsconflictresolution.com


Leo got his start in conflict resolution as an enlisted man in the United States Army. On leaving the army he realized that the techniques and practices he had learned there were not always successful outside the context of warfare. He began searching for a better way of resolving conflict. Along the way he earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Administrative Management and a master’s degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, and Peacebuilding; both from the California State University, Dominguez Hills. Leo has spent many years independently studying leadership, strategy, and communication. Leo’s academic studies focus on structural violence, social capital, and community activism. On the personal side, Leo is happily married and has two adult daughters. He is an avid gardener and photographer. His wife and he love to listen to live music and watch movies. His favorite books are Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Email: leo@mbsconflictresolution.com


Email: lee@mbsconflictresolution.com

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