Category: Culture and Conflict

Mediate.com Announces The Conflict Tipping Podcast with Laura May author.

Mediate.com Announces The Conflict Tipping Podcast with Laura May

The Conflict Tipping Podcast, hosted by Laura May PhD, focuses on innovative strategies for responding to social conflict. Episodes will...

By Laura May, Colin Rule
It’s All a Matter of Style! author.

It’s All a Matter of Style!

Even though my students are training to become mediators, I raise the important issue of negotiation style with them; after...

By Phyllis Pollack
Let’s Normalise Having Difficult Conversations author.

Let’s Normalise Having Difficult Conversations

The old saying goes, “expectations are king.” I tend to agree. What we expect frames what we think ought to...

By Merry Brown
It’s Fine (and other misunderstandings that fuel conflict) author.

It’s Fine (and other misunderstandings that fuel conflict)

Misunderstandings and assumptions about what another person means, or what the word they use means, can really fuel conflicts. I’ve written...

By Lorraine Segal
What Does Rowing Across the Pacific Have to do with Dispute Resolution? author.

What Does Rowing Across the Pacific Have to do with Dispute Resolution?

In case you haven’t been keeping up with the news, on Monday, July 25, a four-woman rowing team arrived in...

By Cynthia Alkon
Assessing “Looking Good”​ or Actual Behavior? author.

Assessing “Looking Good”​ or Actual Behavior?

I’m publishing this newsletter series to discuss the nuances of the four timeless topics for people and organizations: conflict, change,...

By Ralph Kilmann
Each of us can be the Superhero that Changes The World author.

Each of us can be the Superhero that Changes The World

In this world, something outrageous is happening, conflicts are everywhere and between everyone, and it seems like those numbers are...

By Alessandra Sgubini

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