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Marcy Einhorn

Online Dispute Resolution: the “New Normal”

(5/18/18)Marcy Einhorn

It may come as a surprise that online dispute resolution has been around for more than twenty years.

Kenneth Cloke

Reflections on North and South Korea

(5/17/18)Kenneth Cloke

As I write these words, a meeting is being organized in Singapore between the US and North Korea, and it is worth reflecting for a moment on how it happened that the world suddenly changed.

Tim Hicks

Embodied Conflict - Chapter II. The Neural Encoding Function

(5/14/18)Tim Hicks

Embodied Conflict presents the neural encoding function in layman’s terms, outlining seven key characteristics and exploring their implications for communication, relationship, and conflict resolution.

Peter Adler

The Mann Gulch Fire

(5/14/18)Peter Adler

I follow the choroeographies and patterns of the craft we call conflict management, but every once in a while I help people really step out of the proverbial box they are in and discover (or stumble on) a peculiar new solution that seems to fit perfectly. Those are the golden moments I live for.

John Lande

The New Handshake: Using ODR to Create Value for Consumers and Businesses

(5/11/18)John Lande

ODR can help address a problem often referred to as “access to justice” (A2J).

Phyllis Pollack

The Need For Preparation!

(5/11/18)Phyllis Pollack

Several times in the past, I have discussed the need for each party to prepare for mediation for it to be successful.

Mark Baril

3 Reasons Agreements Get Derailed: Tales of Team Conflict

(5/11/18)Mark Baril

If you have a dynamic “living system” there is no silver bullet for perfect team behavior or production - and you wouldn’t want it any other way!

Dick Harris

Dissing of Civil Discourse pt. 1

(5/11/18)Dick Harris

Much has been written about the breakdown in public discourse and civil debate in the country.

Tim Hicks

Introduction to Embodied Conflict: the neural roots of conflict and communication

(5/07/18)Tim Hicks

Embodied Conflict presents the neural encoding function in layman’s terms, outlining seven key characteristics and exploring their implications for communication, relationship, and conflict resolution.

Lorraine Segal

Managing a Resentment Relapse at Work

(5/04/18)Lorraine Segal

A client of mine had a resentment relapse recently.

F. Peter Phillips

A New Anagram from Michael Leathes

(5/04/18)F. Peter Phillips

The irrepressible — and for many of us irreplaceable — Michael Leathes has spread the word of a new proposal, for an international negotiation initiative called the International Negotiation Initiative, or INI.

Laurie Israel

Why I wrote “The Generous Prenup: How to Support Your Marriage and Avoid the Pitfalls”

(5/03/18)Laurie Israel

Why I wrote “The Generous Prenup: How to Support Your Marriage and Avoid the Pitfalls”

Erin McCoy Alarcon

Two Simple Steps For A More Successful Mediation

(5/03/18)Erin McCoy Alarcon

This article discusses how active listening and creative problem solving help move discussions forward toward resolution.

Phyllis Pollack

An Update on Prior Disclosure

(4/27/18)Phyllis Pollack

As some of you may recall, the California Law Revision Commission issued its Tentative Recommendation late last year to create an exception to mediation confidentiality.

Jeff Thompson

People with Depression Use Language Differently – Here’s How to Spot it

(4/27/18)Jeff Thompson

Empathy, clearly an important part of crisis negotiation and intervention begins with understanding a person's perspective.

Geoffrey Corry

Figuring Out George Mitchell’s Real Contribution to the Good Friday Agreement

(4/24/18)Geoffrey Corry

On Tuesday 10th April 2018, I was in Belfast to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) with all the great and the good who took part in those negotiations.

Laurie Israel

Does Your Practice Include Church and Synagogue Mediation?

(4/20/18)Laurie Israel

Within the church or synagogue setting, mediation can be very useful if individuals or groups are having disputes or differences of opinion.

Phyllis Pollack

Over Confidence Can Kill!

(4/20/18)Phyllis Pollack

While typically we discuss the over confidence bias in the context of negotiations, trials and other non-life-threatening events, this bias applies to all situations.

Jen Reynolds

Backhanded Compliments

(4/20/18)Jen Reynolds

Those of us who teach negotiation often focus on building rapport and being attentive to relational dynamics.

Chris Straw

Team or Organizational Commitment?

(4/20/18)Chris Straw

Team or organizational commitment: Which leads to better inter-team conflict management?

Kevin Stapley

Want to Know the “Secret” to Managing Confrontational and Aggressive Behaviors?

(4/20/18)Kevin Stapley

In this article, you will learn two key methods that experienced de-escalators use to maintain control of these high risk, high emotion situations, and guide the agitated person back into a calmer state of mind.

Peter Adler

The Ghosts of Melos

(4/17/18)Peter Adler

Intermediaries, honest brokers, and would-be peacemakers have much to learn from warfare. In fact if you want to understand mediation, learn about war.

John Sturrock

Optimizing the Use of Joint Sessions in Mediation

(4/13/18)John Sturrock

Much has been said and written about the demise of the joint meeting in mediation. In my experience, such a view is premature and, I fear, is potentially wasteful of the power that mediation brings for creative problem-solving.

Maria Paola Felibert

Restorative Practices in Juvenile Criminal Proceedings

(4/13/18)Maria Paola Felibert, Maria Eugenia Sole

This article moves from theory to practice by demonstrating an approach from a real case in Latin America.

Spaces for Peace

(4/13/18)Allegra Chen-Carrel

It is referred to as the Dead Zone, the Green Line or No-Man’s Land.

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