Greg Bourne: Knowledge of Mediated Area Helpful – Video

Greg Bourne explains how his academic background and experience with public policy and environmental issues has helped him move faster in those types of cases. In a specific area of mediation, he notes that not having substantive knowledge of the issues puts one at a disadvantage.

                        author

Greg Bourne

Greg Bourne has been designing and conducting public involvement programs for more than 25 years, and mediating the resolution of public policy issues for nearly twenty years. After ten years as an environmental consultant, he co-founded the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, and the Southeast Negotiation Network, while on… MORE >

Featured Mediators

ad
View all

Read these next

Category

Why Don’t Transformative Mediations Get Violent?

Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation by Dan Simon“It’s important to set ground rules at the start of a mediation, and then you can remind the parties of those...

By Dan Simon
Category

The Attorney, the Client and the Mediator

What makes a mediation successful?  To answer this, it is important to consider the roles and relationships between a lawyer, his or her client, and the mediator throughout the mediation...

By Brian Jerome
Category

Business Planning For Mediators

Introduction The fact that thousands of businesses fail each year,(2) and that most small business fail within their first few years(3) should serve as a warning for mediators currently in...

By Managing Editor

Find a Mediator

X
X
X