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(2/16/18) Alia Ismail
Many people resort to retaliation to protect their own authority. Yet, conduct in such situations rarely happens within ethical means.
(2/16/18) Charlie Young
An unforgettable experience that facilitative mediators encounter is the experience of being part of a truly transformative mediation.
(2/16/18) Nancy Shuger
This article illustrates the power of the mediation process to transform conflict into common ground.
(2/15/18) Michael Aurit
Whether you are just opening the doors of your divorce mediation practice, or you have been a professional family mediator for many years, considering these 4 Game Changing Tips with potential clients can be game-changers for developing your more successful mediation practice.
(2/13/18) Joseph Stulberg
This is the complete interview by Robert Benjamin with Joe Stuhlberg, a leading mediation law professor, filmed as part of Mediate.com's "'Views from the Eye of the Storm' Video Series.
(2/09/18) Ronald S. Kraybill
Divided Democrats and Republicans found a way to talk this week, and actually listened to each other, using a talking stick!
(2/08/18) Jan Sunoo
Mediation is not neutral. The process itself is full of implicit principles and valuable life lessons.
(2/08/18) Randy Drew
It is important to Praise Publicly & Quadrate Privately.
(2/08/18) Steven Goldman
Strive to create a conflict free zone in your work and home interactions.
(2/02/18) Gerald Clay
A group of protesting NFL players recently submitted a request to enter formal mediation with the NFL owners and management. They are absolutely correct – this situation screams out for mediation!
(2/02/18) Norah Alsugair
This article describes the different cultural aspects to take into account when negotiating in Saudi Arabia or the US.
(1/30/18) Jay Folberg
Of all of the cases I have mediated over the past 30 years, the most challenging and rewarding disputes have been those between family members over family property, estates, trusts and businesses.
(1/30/18) Peter Adler
If you read the articles and blog pieces at www.mediate.com, you stand on ancient shoulders. The impulse to manage conflict constructively goes back 40,000 years and spans 4,000 cultures and language groups.
(1/27/18) Clare Fowler, Jim Melamed
Ombuds offices have elevated and unique needs for managing personal and case information and for meeting International Ombudsman Association (IOA) best practice standards.
(1/26/18) Alia Ismail
In the midst of an unstable Middle East, occupied with a combination of authentic civil protests, and illegitimate ISIS attacks, Lebanon seems to be a promising spot to true reconciliation.
(1/25/18) Joe Markowitz
Today we lost an irreplaceable member of our community, Joe Markowitz, to cancer.
(1/25/18) Gary Clayton
Principles, Theories, and Models: A persuasive argument about which mediation practice model is better. This document discusses the prevalence of conflict and disputes in daily life.
(1/25/18) James Stovall
It is significant that self-determination shows up at the top of the list of standards that mediators are encouraged to follow.
(1/19/18) Georg Stratemeyer
This article is a summary of techniques I use to identify when parties to a mediation use language patterns intended to avoid responsibility making it difficult to reach an agreement.
(1/19/18) Paul Rajkowski
People are often looking for a chance to debate, yet mediators push them into separate sessions.
(1/15/18) Larry Susskind
This is the complete interview by Robert Benjamin with Larry Susskind, a leading public policy mediator, filmed as part of Mediate.com's 'Views from the Eye of the Storm' Video Series.
(1/12/18) Christian Radu Chereji
One tradition on Crete is the persistence of blood feuds, conflicts between clans that go for generations, involving armed violence and bloodshed.
(1/12/18) Bruce Edwards
Remember, we are not just developing an individual practice. We are reshaping a legal culture, while building an industry.
(1/12/18) Uma Ramanathan
Differences arise due to contrasting goals and demands and due to inability to perceive and acknowledge the stand of the other person.
(1/09/18) Marvin E. Johnson
This is the complete interview by Robert Benjamin with Marvin Johnson, a national leader in the field of dispute resolution generally and on issues of elevating diversity in the ADR field, filmed as part of Mediate.com's 'Views from the Eye of the Storm' Video Series.
(1/06/18) Tom Kosakowski
In 2016, the Association of Canadian College and University Ombudsperson commissioned, "a project to explore and portray in its various guises the work carried out by ombuds offices, with the aim of achieving some clarity on its impact on Canadian colleges and universities."
(1/05/18) Nancy Shuger
This article addresses the relationship between mediator neutrality and success in mediation.
(1/05/18) Cinnie Noble
As conflict management coaches it is common that we witness our clients encounter blocks during the course of our engagement.
(1/05/18) Greg Rooney
The profound apology has been an essential part of abuse redress schemes adopted by a number of religious institutions in Australia for supporting victims of abuse within their organisations.
(12/28/17) Peter T. Coleman
In honor of Morton Deutsch's passing, I have selected a series of ten major scientific contributions that Deutsch made in his efforts to promote a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.
(12/28/17) Norman Solovay
This article will explain why the First Department was wrong in 2015 when it unanimously affirmed a lower court’s arbitration decision.
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