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 Sample Offerings

 

The following offerings provide the skills necessary to work in today’s fast-paced environment where conflict is prevalent and decisions must be made quickly and cost-effectively. You can mix and match offerings to create  your own unique program. Each presentation will be tailored to your industry, organization, and culture.

 

OMA Conference 2017 presentation: Conflict Engagement in Today's America

 

Conflict Resolution: Tips, Tricks, Traps, & Tools

 
Negotiation Skills for Success


Decision Making: Professional, Public Policy, & Personal

 
50 Ways to Break an Impasse: Tips, Tricks, Traps, & Tools

 
Public Policy Disputes: Integrating Mediator Skills

 
Mediator Humor: Staying Sane and Breaking Impasse


Why Does Anyone Mediate if Mediation Risks Psychological Dissatisfaction, Extra Costs, and Manipulation? Based on Imperati and Maser, 29 Ohio St. J. On Disp. Resol. 223 (2014)


Veils and Cloaks of Ignorance: Under-used Tools for Conflict Resolution, Based on: Anderson, Swanson & Imperati, 30 Ohio St. J. On Disp. Resol. (2014)


Who Owns Mediation? Based on: Mediator Practice Models: The Intersection of Ethics and Stylistic Practices in Mediation, Imperati, 33 Willamette Law Review 703 (1997); If Freud, Jung, Rogers And Beck Were Mediators, Who Would The Parties Pick And What Are The Mediators’ Obligations? Imperati, (43 Idaho L. Rev. 643 (2007); and Reclaiming Mediation: Rebutting Folger and Bush’s Theory, Imperati. Mediate.com’s Futures Project (2015)
 



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