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Socially-Responsible Real Estate Development author.

Socially-Responsible Real Estate Development

Consensus Building Approach by Larry SusskindI am trying to build a MOOC (an open course on line) that will help...

By Larry Susskind
Hospice and Conflict Resolution author.

Hospice and Conflict Resolution

People are often surprised to learn there is potential for conflict when a loved one is in hospice. Unfortunately, many...

By Althea Halchuck
Non-Apology Apologies, Part 2 author.

Non-Apology Apologies, Part 2

From the Indisputably blog, Read Part 1 hereIt seems that there are a lot of stories about questionable apologies in...

By John Lande
Training Law Students to be Leaders author.

Training Law Students to be Leaders

Indisputably I recently talked with Nancy Rogers, one of the pioneers in our field, who is living her version of...

By John Lande
Improving the Lives of Children by Delivering Family Dispute Resolution into New Zealand Prisons author.

Improving the Lives of Children by Delivering Family Dispute Resolution into New Zealand Prisons

Approximately 20,000 children at any one time will have at least one parent in prison and statistics tell us that...

By Keri Morris
Are We Our Own Worst Enemies? author.

Are We Our Own Worst Enemies?

PGP Mediation Blog by Phyllis G. PollackRecently, I came across a report from the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation...

By Phyllis Pollack
Do Organizations Bully? author.

Do Organizations Bully?

From Maria Simpson's Two minute Training BlogI received an interesting update from Civility Partners last week on bullying, citing research...

By Maria Simpson
For Senior Caregivers, Mediation Is Often a Must author.

For Senior Caregivers, Mediation Is Often a Must

Determining where, how and with whom a senior loved one should live out her golden years can present challenges for...

By Stephen Fritsch
We’re All in This Together: Listening to Each Other in Troubled Times author.

We’re All in This Together: Listening to Each Other in Troubled Times

Conflict Remedy Blog by Lorraine SegalHope and despair in the landscape of today. It is challenging to hold on to...

By Lorraine Segal
CDRC Vienna: Consensual Dispute Resolution author.

CDRC Vienna: Consensual Dispute Resolution

An Austrian and a French mediator sharing their views on their previous competition As the Consensual Dispute Resolution Competition (CDRC)...

By Nataliya Barysheva, Stephanie Rohmann

Fear

Someone renting the house across the street from us has been blasting loud music very late at night, and I've...

By Joe Markowitz
Where the “Puck” is Going — and What Faculty Should Do to Help Students Get There author.

Where the “Puck” is Going — and What Faculty Should Do to Help Students Get There

Indisputably At the ABA SDR conference this year, Cynthia Alkon, Noam Ebner,Lydia Nussbaum and I did a session at the...

By John Lande
Managing Negative Personal Mannerisms in Negotiation and Mediation author.

Managing Negative Personal Mannerisms in Negotiation and Mediation

Negative personal mannerisms can undermine our interactions with others, even when statements made, positions taken, and offers proposed are sound...

By Gregg Relyea
How Do You Call to the Deep? author.

How Do You Call to the Deep?

From Ron Kraybill's River House Press BlogBy adopting practices of interaction largely stripped of symbols and moments to engage Depth,...

By Ronald S. Kraybill
When Sorry Can’t Be The Only Word author.

When Sorry Can’t Be The Only Word

The latest research into apologising will come as no surprise to those who work in the mediation arena. The research...

By Hadassah Fidler
6 Ingredients of an Effective Apology author.

6 Ingredients of an Effective Apology

New research has identified six elements to an apology, and the more of those elements you include, the more effective...

By Tammy Lenski
Zen of the Gym—What I’ve learned about workplace conflict resolution at the gym author.

Zen of the Gym—What I’ve learned about workplace conflict resolution at the gym

Conflict Remedy Blog by Lorraine SegalI have belonged to the same gym for over 20 years. I primarily use the...

By Lorraine Segal
Community Mediation: Empowerment and Dialogue author.

Community Mediation: Empowerment and Dialogue

Texas Conflict Coach Audio Blog by Pattie PorterIn many communities around the country there are community mediation centers supported by...

By Patricia Porter
Small Caring Actions to Help Ease the Suffering in Conflict author.

Small Caring Actions to Help Ease the Suffering in Conflict

Conflict and suffering are confederates working in painful alliance, each feeding the other as if to ensure its own continued...

By Tammy Lenski
Online Peer Mediation Project author.

Online Peer Mediation Project

ONLINE PEER MEDIATION PLATFORM: TAKING PEER MEDIATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL WHY “ONLINE” PEER MEDIATION? All good ideas must adapt...

By Judy Tindall
Get Out Of MY Parking Spot! What To Do When You Get Triggered? author.

Get Out Of MY Parking Spot! What To Do When You Get Triggered?

Texas Conflict Coach Audio Blog by Pattie PorterIt has been over a week since we experienced record-breaking snowfalls. Blizzard Jonas...

By Patricia Porter
Make the Most of your Mediation: The Employment Case author.

Make the Most of your Mediation: The Employment Case

JAMS ADR Blog by Chris Poole Mediating employment disputes before legal action is filed gives parties an opportunity to settle their...

By Lynn Duryee
Help Shape the Next Generation of Mediators! author.

Help Shape the Next Generation of Mediators!

Kluwer Mediation BlogWherever we look, there is a variety of articles, blogs, keynotes and workshop topics all talking about the...

By Angela Herberholz
A Hot College Dispute Crying for Mediation author.

A Hot College Dispute Crying for Mediation

A story that has exploded on to the national scene is occurring in Columbia, Mo. where athletes whom are black...

By Michael Toebe
Let Go of “Shoulds” and Expectations at Work (or Anywhere) author.

Let Go of “Shoulds” and Expectations at Work (or Anywhere)

Conflict Remedy Blog by Lorraine SegalShoulds and expectations are a big source of conflict. If we have a clear, though completely unrealistic expectation of...

By Lorraine Segal
2015’s the 100th Anniversary of the Women at the Hague:  Lessons for Today (Fall 2015) author.

2015’s the 100th Anniversary of the Women at the Hague: Lessons for Today (Fall 2015)

This article was first published by the Alliance for Peacebuilding.If you are looking for a inspiring read, consider 'Women at...

By Albie Davis
III Congreso Internacional de abordaje de conflictos: “ Caminos Hacia la Paz” author.

III Congreso Internacional de abordaje de conflictos: “ Caminos Hacia la Paz”

Ponencia: Construir paz empezando por uno mismo. 1)   Conocernos: Nuestros hechos son más convincentes que nuestras palabras. Está comprobado que...

By Carolina Bastard

Urban Projects

There is a half-finished Target store in my neighborhood that stands as a perfect metaphor for the problems with using...

By Joe Markowitz
Do You Fall Prey to the Einstellung Effect in Problem Solving? author.

Do You Fall Prey to the Einstellung Effect in Problem Solving?

Tammy Lenski's Conflict Zen BlogThe Einstellung effect is a type of cognitive trap that prevents us from seeing better solutions...

By Tammy Lenski

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