Emotion isn’t just at home in employment and family business disputes; it is centre stage in almost every conflict.
In any human communication, an emotional connection is vital.
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Karen Ekstein, MBA, Ph.D. (author) assisted David Aschaiek with this article.In “Cultural Competence – Transcending Culture Differences in Mediation,” cultural competence was described as an indispensible capability in a mediator’s...By Dave Aschaiek
It is commonplace that mediation should be safe and comfortable and promote a spirit of cooperation. The effective mediator contributes to these ends both verbally and nonverbally. Most trained mediators...By Amy Starr, Norman R. Page
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