From Stephanie West Allen’s blog on Neuroscience and conflict resolution.
Watch this short video to learn some of Cleese’s ideas about encouraging creativity. Then find what he calls an oasis, and be creative in thinking about how each of these can be incorporated into a mediation, or other conflict resolution process. (Do this exercise only if you think creativity aids dispute resolution, of course.)
Cleese’s tips (all consistent with what we know about the brain):
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