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Interview with Ken Cloke (audio)

From The Conflict Specialists Show with Dave Hilton.

This interview of Ken Cloke by Dave Hilton addresses such issues as:

  • Ken’s impact on the dispute resolution field
  • Mediation as manipulation
  • Success of mediation training programs
  • How people can be addicted to conflict and
  • The effect of conflict on the body.


The goal of the Conflict Specialists Show is to help people, who may only know about this industry from watching Movies or TV Shows, learn more about what “Conflict Specialists” actually do and how we can help others. It’s also an opportunity for current practitioners to learn from a diverse group of experts as they share their unique perspectives and experiences in the field.

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Kenneth Cloke

Kenneth Cloke is Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution and a mediator, arbitrator, consultant and trainer, specializing in resolving complex multi-party conflicts internationally and in designing conflict resolution systems for organizations. Ken is a nationally recognized speaker and leader in the field of conflict resolution, and a published author… MORE >

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