Greg Bourne: Neutrality v. Fairness – Video

Greg Bourne discusses how everyone brings biases to the table, including mediators. The mediator should discuss this with the parties, but express that their role is to be fair and attend to everyones’ interests.

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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 >

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