David Dyck

David Dyck, MA, CMed is a seasoned conflict resolution practitioner with over 30 years of experience as a facilitator, trainer, mediator, consultant, and academic instructor. In addition to his Chartered Mediator credentials (awarded by the ADR Institute of Canada), he holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in conflict resolution.

As a trainer, Dave has presented courses across Canada as well as in the United States and Europe. He also previously served as the lead trainer for the Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Program (1999-2002) and was the founding Program Coordinator of Circles of Support & Accountability Winnipeg (1999). He has taught at the University of Winnipeg, the University of Prince Edward Island, and the Canadian School of Peacebuilding at Canadian Mennonite University, among others. He is an energetic and dynamic workshop leader who combines humour, story-telling, and case studies to spark your imagination while also equipping you with practical models and skills for addressing the real-world dilemmas you face. 

As a mediator, Dave has specialized in workplace conflict since 2003, providing intervention and support services to a wide range of clients in the private, public, business, health care, faith-based, and education sectors. As a senior member of the FS team, Dave generally serves as the lead on files, helping organizational leaders and their staff talk about difficult issues, manage differences, discover solutions, and leverage the power of positive conflict to build relationships and strengthen the whole. Dave has been a Partner and Senior Mediator at Facilitated Solutions since 2003.