Marli Rusen brings years of extensive experience as a labor, employment, and human rights attorney to her current work as a workplace mediator/arbitrator, leadership consultant, trusted team builder and noted expert in resolving any type of organizational dysfunction. After law school, Marli spent over 18 years as an attorney specializing in medical malpractice (representing members of the medical profession) and labor, employment and human rights law (representing CEOs, CAOs, and members of their leadership teams). Marli continues to be an active, practicing member of her Law Society and provides objective third-party advice to leaders on how to best assess, respond to, and remedy complaints that arise in any area of their organizations—from staff dynamics to customer complaints to tensions on their executive teams. Marli also engages in applied work with leaders and their teams, helping them to build (or re-build) individual and team dynamics in order to achieve enhanced productivity and overall success. Marli has used her vast and varied experience to develop proactive and timely "tools" for leaders and their teams to use to make evidence-based decisions and successfully resolve disruptive and challenging workplace dynamics. This has culminated in the publication of her book, “The MIRROR Method: how to build productive teams by ending workplace dysfunction” which shows leaders how to build productive and profitable teams through individual accountability.