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League of Mediators of Ukraine, Reflective Practice Institute & AAA Foundation Combine to Elevate Family Mediation in Ukraine author.

League of Mediators of Ukraine, Reflective Practice Institute & AAA Foundation Combine to Elevate Family Mediation in Ukraine

Three organizations of conflict practitioners are announcing the launch of a singularly remarkable project to support family mediators in Ukraine....

By Michael Lang
Where Peace Is Lost to Conflict author.

Where Peace Is Lost to Conflict

Where peace is lost to conflict, how can we find it? Drawing inspiration for conflict transformation from science fiction. I often...

By Lorraine Segal
Mediate.com Podcast: Learning About NAFCM’s School Board Community Toolkit with D.G. Mawn author.

Mediate.com Podcast: Learning About NAFCM’s School Board Community Toolkit with D.G. Mawn

Part of community mediation is...we don't want people co-existing, we want people co-creating." In this episode, Veronica speaks with D.G. Mawn, President...

By NAFCM NAFCM, Veronica Cravener
Make Money Mediating Podcast 422: Building a Business Without Breaking Your Mind: Tips for Prioritizing Mental Health author.

Make Money Mediating Podcast 422: Building a Business Without Breaking Your Mind: Tips for Prioritizing Mental Health

In this episode, Susan explores and discusses the importance of maintaining mental wellness as an entrepreneur. The discussion covers the...

By Susan Guthrie
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with John Ford author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with John Ford

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project Michael Lang interviews John Ford who describes mediating workplace disputes with a...

By John Ford
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Cinnie Noble author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Cinnie Noble

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project In this conversation with Michael Lang, Cinnie Noble describes her research that...

By Cinnie Noble, Michael Lang
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Tim Hicks author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Tim Hicks

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project In this episode, Tim and Michael Lang talk about Tim’s book, Embodied Conflict:...

By Tim Hicks, Michael Lang
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Michael Lang by Cinnie Noble (video) author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Michael Lang by Cinnie Noble (video)

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project In a turn-around, Cinnie Noble talks with Michael, asking how he became...

By Michael Lang, Cinnie Noble
An Uncomfortable Listening Level author.

An Uncomfortable Listening Level

An uncomfortable listening level can guide a difficult conversation. Are there topics or deep conversations that feel uncomfortable to you?...

By Lorraine Segal
Do You Need a Framework or Formula for Navigating Conflict? author.

Do You Need a Framework or Formula for Navigating Conflict?

Do You Need a Framework or a Formula for Navigating Conflict? I spoke with someone recently who was looking for...

By Lorraine Segal
New ‘Top Shelf’ Workplace Mediation Training Now Available Online! author.

New ‘Top Shelf’ Workplace Mediation Training Now Available Online!

Unlock the power of effective communication in the workplace with Mediate.com's comprehensive 2023 Workplace Mediation Course, "Connecting Employees, Departments, and...

By Clare Fowler
Fall Focus: Supporting Today’s Workplace author.

Fall Focus: Supporting Today’s Workplace

At Mediate.com, we have named Fall 23 as the Time of the Workplace. This means that beginning in September going...

By Clare Fowler
Great Reads Book Club: Rising Above Office Conflict with Clare Fowler (video) author.

Great Reads Book Club: Rising Above Office Conflict with Clare Fowler (video)

In this video from Mediate's Great Reads Book Club, Dr. Clare Fowler's new book, "Rising Above Office Conflict," is discussed...

By Clare Fowler, Susan Guthrie, Donna Silverberg, Owner, Lucia Kanter St Amour
Reflective Practice: In Their Voices  Interview with Sue Bronson author.

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Interview with Sue Bronson

Reflective Practice: In Their Voices Video Conversation Project For more information on this project and on Reflective Practice generally, see...

By Sue Bronson, Michael Lang
What Our Inner Conflict Tells Us About How We Mediate author.

What Our Inner Conflict Tells Us About How We Mediate

Conflict analysis is often taught to be an outward-looking process.  In a mediation, the mediator attempts to objectively analyze a...

By Aaron Leakey, Nur Masoumzadeh
Michael Lang and Susanne Terry’s Reflective Practice Institute author.

Michael Lang and Susanne Terry’s Reflective Practice Institute

Michael Lang and Susanne Terry have established The Reflective Practice Institute – See: www.reflectivepracticeinstitute.com. Reflective practice, as a process for learning...

By Michael Lang, Susanne Terry
Cursory Glimpse: The Mediator’s Steps in Facilitating the Process author.

Cursory Glimpse: The Mediator’s Steps in Facilitating the Process

Mediation is an invaluable tool for resolving disputes, but it comes with its unique set of challenges, especially with respect...

By Sarabjeet Wadhwa
Don’t Tell Bob in Accounting He’s a Raging Jerk (even if he is) author.

Don’t Tell Bob in Accounting He’s a Raging Jerk (even if he is)

Do this instead, says Clare Fowler, author of ‘Rising Above Office Conflict’ [This article was originally published on August 16,...

By Clare Fowler
How To Handle Difficult Behavior In The Workplace author.

How To Handle Difficult Behavior In The Workplace

Premise: Conflict is a normal and natural occurrence of interacting with one another. The cost of resolving conflict is negligible...

By Tony Belak
Scapegoating and other fallacious fun author.

Scapegoating and other fallacious fun

Mediators are well acquainted with parties blaming one another for problems.  Scapegoating in particular can get in the way of...

By Laura May
Conflict Junkies author.

Conflict Junkies

There are many causes of constructive and destructive conflict, and we try to engage in conflict in meaningful ways. There...

By John Potter
The Mediator’s Touch: Ancelotti and the Art of Bridging Gaps in Football author.

The Mediator’s Touch: Ancelotti and the Art of Bridging Gaps in Football

Carlo Ancelotti stands out as a revered and esteemed personality within the multifaceted realm of football management. A household name...

By Pitamber Yadav
Conflict Tipping Podcast 24: Getting enough sleep and time traveling author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast 24: Getting enough sleep and time traveling

Laura May is joined by Dr. Patricia Cernadas Curotto, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Geneva interested in compassion,...

By Laura May
Noticing Six Dispute Modes author.

Noticing Six Dispute Modes

Noticing the Dispute Mode may help a neutral facilitator in monitoring for safety concerns as well as participant status during...

By James Harvey
Separated? Consider the Butterfly Effect author.

Separated? Consider the Butterfly Effect

A division supported by the legal system is stressful, expensive, and prolonged; if you have children, it will impact them...

By Amy Robertson
The Gentle Art of Dispute Resolution – Mediation Lessons from a Jiu Jitsu Practitioner author.

The Gentle Art of Dispute Resolution – Mediation Lessons from a Jiu Jitsu Practitioner

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, which I have practiced for more than a decade, has taught me invaluable life lessons on and...

By Darren Rumack
6 Ways to Stay Calm and Collected During a Heated Argument author.

6 Ways to Stay Calm and Collected During a Heated Argument

Arguments are an unavoidable part of life, but they’re not always bad. Whether between a parent and child, two partners,...

By Sophie Bishop
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 20: Transforming Workplace Culture & Conflict with David Liddle MBA author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 20: Transforming Workplace Culture & Conflict with David Liddle MBA

In Episode 20 of the Conflict Tipping Podcast, Laura May speaks with David Liddle about his career as a dedicated...

By David Liddle, Laura May
Competing, Accommodating and Compromising in Conflict Resolution author.

Competing, Accommodating and Compromising in Conflict Resolution

Competing, accommodating, and compromising all fall on the distributive dimension — on the diagonal from the upper-left mode to the...

By Ralph Kilmann
Mediate.com Podcast Episode 33: What Mediators Should Know About the Business Development Side of Adding Conflict Management Coaching with Cinnie Noble author.

Mediate.com Podcast Episode 33: What Mediators Should Know About the Business Development Side of Adding Conflict Management Coaching with Cinnie Noble

As a mediator, do you offer a bundle of services? Have you ever considered adding conflict management coaching as a...

By Cinnie Noble, Veronica Cravener

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