More conflict resolution meditations for the New Year here (at John Lassey’s ADR Weblog) here (announcing the CPR Annual Meeting with keynote speaker Kenneth Feinberg, recently appointed as President Obama’s “Compensation Czar” to oversee executive compensation at companies receiving federal bailout assistance); here (Innovative Conflict Resolution’s first post of 2010 – about conflict “left-overs”); here (Jeff Thompson’s Enjoy Mediation rolling out a new blog template for the New Year); here (the Peace Talks Radio Series special on Seeking Peace on Earth); and, here (Amerika on Conflict Avoidance and How to Avoid it).
Two of my favorite bloggers ended their blog-year with gratitude for fellow bloggers – thanks for the shout out John DeGroote at the brilliant and necessary Settlement Perspectives (A Simple Thank You); and the Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum’s Acknowledging Some Kind Mentions from Our Fellow Bloggers).
O.K., Ladies and Gentlemen: start your 2010 engines; it’s going to be a busy and productive year! Lord knows there’s lots of conflict resolution work to do.
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