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Logic, Emotions and Values: 40 Years of Negotiation Style and Decision Theory author.

Logic, Emotions and Values: 40 Years of Negotiation Style and Decision Theory

Much has been written about negotiation style and decision theory in the last 40 years. Getting to Yes was a sensation in...

By Faith Ireland
Abandoning Our Assumptions When in Conflict author.

Abandoning Our Assumptions When in Conflict

Conflict Management Blog by Cinnie Noble “For things to reveal themselves to us, we need to be ready to abandon our views...

By Cinnie Noble
For the Forces of Good, Indeed! author.

For the Forces of Good, Indeed!

If you are interested in a highly readable, relatable, and well-reasoned book on how to live a life empowered and...

By Merry Brown
Negotiation is Not Much Different From a Muscle: An Excerpt from ‘For the Forces of Good’ author.

Negotiation is Not Much Different From a Muscle: An Excerpt from ‘For the Forces of Good’

mediate.com is excited to share a sneak peek at the already best-selling book by attorney, veteran mediator and internationally renowned...

By Lucia Kanter St Amour
Deception or B.S.? author.

Deception or B.S.?

The Harvard Program on Negotiation (PON)  blog posted an article about deception in negotiations.  Entitled, “Ethics In Negotiation: How tthe...

By Phyllis Pollack
Inside a High-Profile Plea Bargain Negotiation – Part I author.

Inside a High-Profile Plea Bargain Negotiation – Part I

The New York Times published a fascinating account of the plea bargaining of Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization CFO.  This was...

By Cynthia Alkon
Inside a High-Profile Plea Bargain Negotiation – Part II author.

Inside a High-Profile Plea Bargain Negotiation – Part II

I appreciate John’s perspective that it is a shame that the criminal case against Allen H. Weisselberg plead out and did not...

By Cynthia Alkon
Conflict Resolution Readiness author.

Conflict Resolution Readiness

So often we embark on a difficult communication or react to a conflict situation by trying to discuss it before...

By Cinnie Noble
Bob’s Great Negotiators: Roger Fisher author.

Bob’s Great Negotiators: Roger Fisher

Bob Bordone, in his new segment on YouTube, lists out his 'Great Negotiators'. The great negotiator, the late Roger Fisher,...

By Bob Bordone, Roger Fisher
A Long, Hard Road to ‘Yes’ author.

A Long, Hard Road to ‘Yes’

Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes $392 billion of federal investments in energy and climate policies, reflects a...

By John Lande
Dealing with Toxic Co-workers or Bosses author.

Dealing with Toxic Co-workers or Bosses

Toxic co-workers or bosses can create big problems at work. As a workplace conflict transformation consultant, coach, and trainer, I...

By Lorraine Segal
The Spy That I Love author.

The Spy That I Love

It was during my post graduate studies that I found myself one day in the home of my mentor. We...

By Mordechai Rhine
3 Strategies to Minimize And Resolve Business Partnership Disputes author.

3 Strategies to Minimize And Resolve Business Partnership Disputes

Business partnerships are often stronger than sole proprietorships because two or more partners can bring diverse strengths to the table...

By Carmela DeNicola
Settlement Offers – An Approach for Assessing author.

Settlement Offers – An Approach for Assessing

The mediator delivers the defendant’s offer to the plaintiff and their attorney. It is half the amount claimed by the...

By Paul Stutler
A Big Piece of Pie! author.

A Big Piece of Pie!

I had a strange mediation last week. Neither side submitted briefs, and so I was in the dark about what...

By Phyllis Pollack
Bob Bordone Reacts to Can you Negotiate Abortion Rights? author.

Bob Bordone Reacts to Can you Negotiate Abortion Rights?

Have you ever wondered if there are situations where mediation won't help? Watch this video for insights on negotiation and...

By Bob Bordone
William Ury’s ‘The Art of Saying ‘No,’ and How it Applies in the Mediation Room author.

William Ury’s ‘The Art of Saying ‘No,’ and How it Applies in the Mediation Room

A Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation seminar taught late last year by William Ury picked up on his legendary negotiation practice and theory...

By Mylene Chan
William Ury’s ‘The Art of Saying ‘No,’ and How it Applies in the Mediation Room author.

William Ury’s ‘The Art of Saying ‘No,’ and How it Applies in the Mediation Room

A Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation seminar taught late last year by William Ury picked up on his legendary negotiation practice and theory...

By Mylene Chan
Encanto and Conflict Communication – Video author.

Encanto and Conflict Communication – Video

You may be wondering what Disney's Encanto movie has to do with negotiation. Negotiation is everywhere in the conversations we...

By Bob Bordone
ODR – From Dial-up to Fiber author.

ODR – From Dial-up to Fiber

The world continues to change rapidly, and most of us race to keep pace with technological advances. While some would...

By Keri Morris
Is Your Separation Complicated? author.

Is Your Separation Complicated?

Some couples feel stuck because they are unsure how to move forward in their separation. Other couples feel stuck because...

By Amy Robertson
Negotiating Prison author.

Negotiating Prison

From the New York Times, a fascinating article about “prison consultants” and how they can help people heading to prison with sentencing...

By Jen Reynolds
Mediate.com Podcast – Episode 19: CONFLICT-IQ™ for Mediators author.

Mediate.com Podcast – Episode 19: CONFLICT-IQ™ for Mediators

As a mediator, chances are you are familiar with EQ and IQ, but do you know about CONFLICT-IQ™?  In this episode, Yvette Durazo--the...

By Yvette Durazo, Veronica Cravener
A Comparison of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems author.

A Comparison of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems

For those disputants who have found that there is no pertinent binding or legal remedy to their problems or where...

By Sharon Kendrick-Johnson
Needed: Random Acts of Kindness author.

Needed: Random Acts of Kindness

I was at a concert of the LA Philharmonic one recent Sunday afternoon to hear some ballet music, including Stravinsky’s...

By Maria Simpson
Lessons Learned from the Implementation of a Video Eviction Mediation Program in Uncertain Times author.

Lessons Learned from the Implementation of a Video Eviction Mediation Program in Uncertain Times

This article is part of a series of perspectives on eviction mediation program development that is being supported by the...

By Jennifer Shack
Recreating Mediation Practice and Theory Afresh – Saying Goodbye to Roscoe Pound and the Legal Profession author.

Recreating Mediation Practice and Theory Afresh – Saying Goodbye to Roscoe Pound and the Legal Profession

It’s time for mediation to claim its place as a stand-alone profession freed from being just an alternative to the...

By Greg Rooney
Affordability, Accessibility and Reliability – The Community Mediation Model of Singapore author.

Affordability, Accessibility and Reliability – The Community Mediation Model of Singapore

Community Mediation Centres (CMC) play an important role as they provide a platform for practical and efficient resolution of community...

By Pitamber Yadav
Mediate.com Podcast Episode 8:  Impact of Culture and Psychology When Mediating Accident Cases with Bruce Ally author.

Mediate.com Podcast Episode 8:  Impact of Culture and Psychology When Mediating Accident Cases with Bruce Ally

In this episode, Bruce Ally--mediator and a Principal at A Place for Mediation Inc.-- discusses how mediators can help parties...

By Bruce Ally, Veronica Cravener
Mediate.com Podcast Episode 7:  The Role of Storytelling in Mediation with Josh Weiss author.

Mediate.com Podcast Episode 7:  The Role of Storytelling in Mediation with Josh Weiss

In this episode, Josh Weiss--Co-Founder of the Global Negotiation Initiative--discusses the strategic use of storytelling to create connection, teach, and...

By Joshua N. Weiss, Veronica Cravener

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