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Seven Keys to Unlock Mediation's Golden Age - Table of Contents

August 2020 7 Keys to the Future

Seven Keys - Table of Contents is proud to publish the "Seven Keys to Unlock Mediation’s Golden Age" and to offer this convenient Table of Contents for accessing all 25 original "Keys" articles and accompanying videos. Special thanks to Michael Leathes, Manon Schonewille and Clare Fowler for leading this important project! - #7KeysMediate

Seven Keys to Unlock Mediation’s Golden Age - The Introduction
Michael LeathesNadja AlexanderLela Love

1st Key-Leadership: Establish Strong, Collaborative, Mediative Leadership
Kenneth ClokeJoan GoldsmithRosemary HowellAlan LimburyValeri Primo-Lack

1st Key-Leadership: The Youth Shall Lead Us
Aloysius GohSean LimSamantha LekMegan Tay

1st Key-Leadership: Adopt The Edinburgh Declaration
John Sturrock

2nd Key-Data: Bring Objective Science to Mediation
Ava AbramowitzKenneth Webb

2nd Key-Data: Run the Global Pound Conference (GPC) Series Every 5-7 Years
Emma-May LitchfieldDanielle Hutchinson

2nd Key-Data: Develop a Negotiation Index
Michael Mcilwrath

3rd Key - Education: Teach Mediation as a Core Subject Aligned to Real World Needs
Barney JordaanDeborah Masucci

3rd Key-Education: Ensure the Future Through Mentoring and Practice Programs for New Mediators
Angela HerberholzEmma Ewart Keir

3rd Key-Education: Include Learning in Psychology & Brain Science to Enhance Mediator Practice
Tim HicksJohn Sturrock

3rd Key-Education: Train Mediators to be Culture-wise, not Culture-blind
Joanna Kalowski

4th Key-Professionalism: Act to Ensure Mediation is Respected as a True Professional Practice
Pierrick Le Gof

4th Key-Professionalism: Modernize the Culture Driving Legal Practice
John Brand

4th Key-Professionalism: Encourage Mediation and Arbitration Integration
Mark AppelWolf von Klumberg

4th Key-Professionalism: Create a Universal Code of Disclosure
Ana GonçalvesFrancois BogaczDaniel Rainey

5th Key-Technology: Take Advantage of ODR’s Full Potential
Jeremy LackAna GonçalvesDaniel Rainey

5th Key-Technology: Embrace and Integrate Relevant New Technologies
Francois BogaczJeremy Lack

6th Key-Government: Make Mediation a Prerequisite to Civil Litigation
Manon SchonewilleLeonardo d'UrsoConstantin-Adi Gavrila

6th Key-Government: Sign, Ratify, and Implement the Singapore Convention on Mediation
George Lim

6th Key-Government: Actively Support UN Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, & Security
Alicia Kuin

6th Key-Government: Help Governments Lead Mediation into the Mainstream
Christian Radu Chereji

7th Key-Usage: Invest to Generate Instinctive User Recognition and Demand
Felicity Steadman

7th Key-Usage: Expand the Value of Mediation Into Deal-Making
Veronique FraserJoan Stearns Johnsen

7th Key-Usage: Forge a User-driven Vision for Mediation; Then Fund It
Michael Leathes

The Seven Keys Conclusion: Many Paths, One Way
Joanna Kalowski

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