Mediator Training Clip 1 – Agenda – Language & Interruptions

Mediator Training Clip 1 – Agenda – Language & Interruptions


MediationTrainingResources.com demo Clip1:”An Interest-based Mediation…,” demonstrates and explains the problem-solving, facilitative mediation process. The series includes three DVDs, a Student Handbook, a Teacher’s Manual, and other teaching materials. It is used in mediator training programs, law school dispute resolution courses, and continuing education classes. Clip 1 of four posted clips centers on: Agenda – Avoiding Charged Language and Handling Interruptions.

This workplace conflict involves an employment discharge allegedly based on disability. The mediator, Andrew Kidde, J.D., must address both inter-personal and practical issues. The mediator demonstrates skilled interventions designed to diffuse conflict, restore relationships, break impasse, and reach resolution. The mediator and the parties also reflect on the process in pre- and post-mediation interviews.

The dispute is realistically portrayed, though parties and dispute are fictional. The Teacher’s Manual includes class exercises and elaborates on many topics, such as how this style of mediation is relevant to shuttle negotiation. The 92-min. DVD can be shown in one sitting or its chapters assigned individually as students study each stage of the process.  Mediation Sunshine Coast

Other DVDs in the series are a full 3-hour mediation and “Stop Action! What Would YOU Do?,” which generates lively class debate with questions posed at critical decision points in the mediation. Produced by Seattle University Law Professor Melinda J. Branscomb and Sue Ann Allen, Training Director, Dispute Resolution Center of King County. Purchase at www.MediationTrainingResources.com. Educator discounts available for community mediation centers and school and university classroom use.

Gary Furlong – Expert in Conflict Resolution & Corporate Performance

Gary Furlong – Expert in Conflict Resolution & Corporate Performance


Gary Furlong can help you to diagnose, analyze, and resolve conflict in any situation. He shows mediators, negotiators, managers―and anyone else needing to resolve conflict―how to simply and effectively understand and assess the situation they face, and offers specific and practical guidance on how to intervene to resolve it successfully.

A graduate of Stanford University, Furlong is past president of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario, is a Chartered Mediator, and holds his Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School. He is the author of The Conflict Resolution Toolbox and the co-author of The Construction Dispute Resolution Handbook.

As a mediator, Furlong has worked in numerous areas of dispute resolution and specializes in intervening in difficult organizational and workplace differences. He has delivered conflict management training for the National Judicial Institute, The Law Society of Upper Canada, and law firms across Canada. He has trained RCMP officers, firefighters, and hundreds of frontline managers and employees for companies such as Purolator Courier and Transport Canada, and has worked with numerous departments of the federal and provincial governments, and many municipalities.

Furlong sits on the Law Society of Upper Canada complaint mediation panel, and on the Teachers College of Ontario mediation’s panel.

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Book Gary Furlong as a keynote speaker for your next event by contacting: info@speakers.ca

Anna Spain – Pursuing Peace: The Role of Individuals in Resolving International Conflict 2/6

Anna Spain – Pursuing Peace: The Role of Individuals in Resolving International Conflict 2/6


Anna Spain is the Deputy Director of the Burkle Center for International Relations and a Lecturer in Law at the UCLA School of Law where she teaches international dispute resolution. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of international law and dispute resolution and on the study of international and cross-cultural conflict.

A mediator with over 12 years of experience, Ms. Spain has successfully mediated over 40 disputes in the public, private and academic sectors. She has also trained and advised clients in mediation, negotiation and international law.

Prior to joining UCLA, Ms. Spain was an Attorney-Adviser at the U.S. Department of State. She served as the U.S. delegate to the United Nations Compensation Commission in Geneva, represented the United States in two cases before the the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal in The Hague, and served as the State Departments primary legal adviser for international investment disputes in Asia and the Pacific.

Prior to legal practice, Ms. Spain clerked for the Honorable Judge Raymond Finch in the U.S. District Court in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. She also has a policy background in international trade and climate change and participated in negotiating the U.S. Chile Free Trade Agreement and the Kyoto Protocol during her tenure at the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Ms. Spain holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Economics from Denison University. She is a certified mediator in California, Washington D.C. and Ohio. Ms. Spain is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Society of International Law, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is on the Board of Directors of Mediators Beyond Borders.

The Soka Gakkai International (SGI-USA) Culture of Peace Resource Centers in New York, Santa Monica, Chicago Washington D.C., and Honolulu have launched the Culture of Peace Distinguished Speaker Series to engage people in a dialogue on the values, attitudes and behaviors that reject violence and inspire creative energy toward the peaceful resolution of conflicts. Lecturers in this series focus on one or more of the 8 action areas defined by the 1999 United Nations Declaration and Program of Action on a Culture of Peace: (1) Fostering a culture of peace through education, (2) Promoting sustainable economic and social development, (3) Promoting respect for all human rights, (4) Ensuring equality between women and men, (5) Fostering democratic participation, (6) Advancing understanding, tolerance and solidarity, (7) Supporting participatory communication and the free flow of information and knowledge and (8) Promoting international peace and security.

We hope that this eclectic and thought-provoking series of dialogues will empower community participants with a heightened awareness of the subtle shifts in our attitudes and behaviors that can help attain and sustain a culture of peace and to apply what they have learned in meaningful ways to their families, schools, workplaces and local communities. This annual lecture series begins on January 26 of each year to commemorate the founding of the Soka Gakkai International and the yearly publication of a peace proposal by SGI President Daisaku Ikeda. All lectures are free and open to the public.

Family Law Attorneys Minneapolis (612) 223-7654

Family Law Attorneys Minneapolis (612) 223-7654


http://divorcemn.org (612) 223-7654 Family Law Attorneys Minneapolis: Are you searching for divorce attorneys Minneapolis? Do you know there is another option other than hiring a divorce attorney and going through the Minnesota court system?

Divorce mediation usually offers a significant cost savings now and in the future; takes less time than the adversarial system; there is no need for you to go to court, testify, or deal with the court system; is much healthier for the couple and their children; an improved relationship between both parents and their children; less emotional stress on couples & their children; privacy — your decisions and personal information is kept secret; couples don’t end up feeling bitter, like one lost and the other won something; couples both get to build — and be involved in building — separate futures; couples resolve future issues & how they will be dealt with, avoiding future disagreements; and couples can return to mediation at any time (built into their divorce agreements) to update, change, revise their agreements and file an amendment to their divorce decree without returning to court.

Divorce mediation is an open, fully-disclosed process based on fairness so it usually works for even high-conflict situations.

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Mediation for Business Disputes | Mediation Can Save Much More Than Time & Money!

Mediation for Business Disputes | Mediation Can Save Much More Than Time & Money!


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Hello, I’m Gregg Bertram. I’ve been mediating and arbitrating business disputes for many years. What makes these cases difficult and why is mediation in particular often a godsend to business parties in conflict?

First, when a business finds itself in a dispute with another company, a shareholder or partner or a governmental agency, the realization of the problem often arrives suddenly and usually has the immediate effect of deflecting the focus of the leaders of the business.

In addition, some disputes can easily threaten the very existence of the business. This doomsday scenario is often a possibility when a small company is threatened by a much larger, more powerful industry player.

Other disruptive factors that can come into play involve people and technology. If the dispute is internal and concerns employees, it is in the interest of the business, and usually that of the employee as well, to resolve the conflict quickly and fairly in order to minimize the negative impact upon other employees and enable a return to focus
upon the fundamental purpose of the company.

With technology changing at an increasingly rapid pace, the cost and delay of litigating such disputes in court can be rendered especially pointless if the technical issues underlying the lawsuit are no longer relevant.

Mediation is a particularly valuable tool for resolving business disputes. Its attributes of confidentiality, party control, informality, speed and low cost relative to litigation make it especially appealing. Mediation can and often should occur early in a dispute before parties and attorneys become entrenched and before significant financial costs
have been incurred. More importantly, early mediation is also attractive if there is perceived interest in preserving the business relationship be it employer/employee or one between contracting parties.

The reasons to mediate business disputes as opposed to others is really; there are really three.

The first is privacy. This is important.Most businesses do not want the financial details of their business aired to the public. A lawsuit in court, far from guaranteeing privacy, almost necessarily makes the financial details of a dispute public. A court may or may not seal certain portions of the record.

Second; confidentiality. Mediation is confidential, usually by state law; sometimes by federal court rule. Confidentiality enables the parties to talk about risks in a safe environment.

And finally, mediation has a very good chance of resolving the dispute.

This is very important in disputes where the parties may want to preserve their business relationship. It can include internal disputes, such as employment issues, or external disputes, such as contracting with other parties, or partnership disputes, which is another form of internal dispute. Often, business disputes should be mediated early for the reasons I just mentioned.

If business disputes, like many other disputes, are allowed to fester, parties positions can become more entrenched, the cost goes up and the focus of executives, directors and shareholders is inevitably drawn away from the business itself, and instead, to the litigation and the prospect of victory or defeat.

If mediation doesn’t succeed in resolving the dispute, business litigants should consider the pluses and minuses of arbitration. Like mediation, arbitration can provide confidentiality. But an important difference is that parties lose control over the outcome when usually binding decisions will be made by one or more arbitrators. Arbitration also
takes longer and costs more than mediation, although if properly managed, arbitration should still be faster and less expensive than a civil trial. It is important to emphasize that arbitrators are typically governed by the parties’ arbitration agreement or clause. Arbitration agreements should be very carefully crafted with input from experienced
commercial litigators before disputes arise.

It is seldom in a business’ financial or reputational interest to have its dirty laundry on display in a public civil litigation forum. At a minimum, this can embarrass executives, give unintended financial advantage to competitors and can further distract the company indefinitely from doing what it does best and what it was intended to do. While never
completely preventive, mediation and even arbitration are usually very effective tools by which to avoid or at least contain the fallout.

Are you involved in a business conflict, or potentially damaging employee issue? If so, give us a call and let’s discuss the particulars of your issues.

Bertram Dispute Resolution, Inc.
316 Occidental Avenue South, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 624-3388

2010-05-27-28 CEM Mediation in Europe Paris – part III workshop USA Scotland NZ

2010-05-27-28 CEM Mediation in Europe Paris – part III workshop USA Scotland NZ


Third European Conference on Mediation “Mediation and Civil Society in Europe, Towards a New Mindset”
Bourg-La-Reine / Grand Paris – 27 & 28 mai 2010 / May 27 & 28, 2010
part I – EMNI: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm18qpehF5A
part II – EC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOm8Ej6JYZk
part III – wokshops http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNhJxz8acrQ
part IV — final session http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BKBfLXy82M

A Tale of Three Countries: Mediation in Scotland, the USA and New Zealand – Mary Harrow (New Zealand), David Semple (Scotland) and Rachel Wohl (USA)

Abstract: What Works — A NZ ADR Experience
How DRSL develops ADR systems to meet the ideal of access for all people in conflict to timely, affordable and empowering justice within a framework of financially sound business models in an environment of strong political
influences. The processes DRSL mediators use within those systems to promote just outcomes given the time and fiscal constraints.

Mary Harrow
Mediation Panel Member of the Arbitrators, Mediators Institute of New Zealand. Internationally trained. Mediator for accident insurance, health and disability, family settlement, telecommunications and business conflicts. Representing Disputes Resolution Services Ltd (DRSL)

Abstract: An Ongoing Collaboration between Maryland (USA) and Scotland
How visiting ADR projects in courts, schools, government, criminal and juvenile justice, neighborhoods and businesses, which were developed collaboratively, served as a catalyst to collaborative advancement in another country. How international collaboration served as an inspiration, and fostered growth and innovation on both sides of the pond. How working together builds credibility and motivates powerful leaders.

David Semple
Commercial mediator. Board Member, Scottish Mediation Network. Chairman Catalyst Mediation. CEDR trained 1994, Certificate from Woodbury Mediation College, Vermont, USA..Has attended various international mediation conferences. Initiated study trip to Maryland, USA in 2003. Author of Chapter on Commercial Mediation in “A Guide to Mediating in Scotland”. A campaigner for wider use of mediation in Scotland.

Rachel Wohl
Executive Director of Maryland’s (USA) Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO), mediator, facilitator and attorney, Mediators Beyond Borders founding Board member, adjunct faculty teaching Mindfulness for Dispute Resolvers at Pepperdine Law School and ADR at the University of Baltimore Law School. Passionate believer in collaboration.

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Portland Collaborative Law – Dwyer Mediation & Law

Portland Collaborative Law – Dwyer Mediation & Law


Looking for Portland collaborative law and mediation services? Michael Dwyer is here to help, view his mediation law services here: http://www.dwyermediate.com/mediation

Michael Dwyer has been named 2105 Lawyer of the Year for Family Law Mediation in Portland by Best Lawyers of America. He has been consistently recognized for his work in mediation and conflict resolution. He has been listed in Best Lawyers of America for Family Law Mediation since 2009 and in Oregon SuperLawyers for Alternative Dispute Resolution since 2007.

At Dwyer Mediation & Law we help our clients achieve their most important goals in times of stress and transition. To do this, we make sure our mediation and advocacy skills are combined with a deep understanding and care of our clients.

Distinctions:
– Selected by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America for Family Law Mediation, 2009-2015
– Distinguished as an Oregon Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers, 2007-2015
– Peer Review rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, signifying the “highest level of professional excellence”
– Ranked Tier 1 Law Firm in Portland Metro Area by Best Lawyers in America
– Certified Mediator, Senior Mediator, by Mediate.com

Have a question about our process? Leave a comment and we’ll get back to you.

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EMPTJ Presentation

EMPTJ Presentation


On the 17th-28th of August 2015, the European Mediation Training for Practitioners of Justice (EMTPJ) session will run for its 6th consecutive year.

The EMTPJ is an 11-day intensive training course on cross border mediation in civil and commercial matters. The training is unique because it is tailored to cover both theoretical and practical elements of mediation with a European perspective. Subjects include: Analysis of conflict theory and mediation, analytical study of conflict mediation methods, theory and practice of EU contract law in Europe, EU ethics in mediation, interventions in specific situations, theory and practice of EU Law and Mediation Acts, the function of party experts and counsel in civil and commercial mediation and international mediation.

Special thanks to mini-europa.

CR Symposium 2012 ‘Co-Mediation’ with Renee Mack Jones and Rabbi Chaim Steven Lindenblatt

CR Symposium 2012 ‘Co-Mediation’ with Renee Mack Jones and Rabbi Chaim Steven Lindenblatt


Conflict Resolution Symposium 2012
From Chaos to Composure: Creating Positive Change Using Conflict Resolution Skills
Hosted by Georgia State University Office of the Ombudsperson
‘Co-Mediation: What, Why, and How to Make it Work’ with Renee Mack Jones and Rabbi Chaim Steven Lindenblatt

Renee’ Mack Jones is a registered neutral, mediator and conflict coach. Renee’ specializes in interpersonal conflict management, including: pre-marital, marital and post-marital conflict, issues in co-parenting, adult parent/ adult child conflict, conflict between adult siblings, parent/teen conflict and more.
Renee’ is a former private school teacher, nonprofit project manager, and small business owner who now brings the same passion, intellect and relevant research to a new area of study – navigating conflict in interpersonal relationships.

Rabbi Steven Chaim Lindenblatt is a certified Civil and Domestic Mediator.
Steven received his J.D. from New York Law School. He is a member of the NY and GA Bar Associations. Steven received his rabbinical ordination from Yeshiva University and has been the Rabbi of Congregation Anshi S’fard in Atlanta since 2001.
He’s worked as a Chaplain for Weinstein Hospice and currently is a Chaplain for the VA Medical Center in Atlanta. Steven received a degree in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University. He is a counselor at the Care and Counseling Center of Georgia.

Anna Spain – Pursuing Peace: The Role of Individuals in Resolving International Conflict 1/6

Anna Spain – Pursuing Peace: The Role of Individuals in Resolving International Conflict 1/6


Anna Spain is the Deputy Director of the Burkle Center for International Relations and a Lecturer in Law at the UCLA School of Law where she teaches international dispute resolution. Her scholarship focuses on the intersection of international law and dispute resolution and on the study of international and cross-cultural conflict.

A mediator with over 12 years of experience, Ms. Spain has successfully mediated over 40 disputes in the public, private and academic sectors. She has also trained and advised clients in mediation, negotiation and international law.

Prior to joining UCLA, Ms. Spain was an Attorney-Adviser at the U.S. Department of State. She served as the U.S. delegate to the United Nations Compensation Commission in Geneva, represented the United States in two cases before the the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal in The Hague, and served as the State Departments primary legal adviser for international investment disputes in Asia and the Pacific.

Prior to legal practice, Ms. Spain clerked for the Honorable Judge Raymond Finch in the U.S. District Court in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. She also has a policy background in international trade and climate change and participated in negotiating the U.S. Chile Free Trade Agreement and the Kyoto Protocol during her tenure at the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Ms. Spain holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Economics from Denison University. She is a certified mediator in California, Washington D.C. and Ohio. Ms. Spain is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Society of International Law, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is on the Board of Directors of Mediators Beyond Borders.

The Soka Gakkai International (SGI-USA) Culture of Peace Resource Centers in New York, Santa Monica, Chicago Washington D.C., and Honolulu have launched the Culture of Peace Distinguished Speaker Series to engage people in a dialogue on the values, attitudes and behaviors that reject violence and inspire creative energy toward the peaceful resolution of conflicts. Lecturers in this series focus on one or more of the 8 action areas defined by the 1999 United Nations Declaration and Program of Action on a Culture of Peace: (1) Fostering a culture of peace through education, (2) Promoting sustainable economic and social development, (3) Promoting respect for all human rights, (4) Ensuring equality between women and men, (5) Fostering democratic participation, (6) Advancing understanding, tolerance and solidarity, (7) Supporting participatory communication and the free flow of information and knowledge and (8) Promoting international peace and security.

We hope that this eclectic and thought-provoking series of dialogues will empower community participants with a heightened awareness of the subtle shifts in our attitudes and behaviors that can help attain and sustain a culture of peace and to apply what they have learned in meaningful ways to their families, schools, workplaces and local communities. This annual lecture series begins on January 26 of each year to commemorate the founding of the Soka Gakkai International and the yearly publication of a peace proposal by SGI President Daisaku Ikeda. All lectures are free and open to the public.

FAMILY LAW MEDIATION, DIVORCE MEDIATION, DISPUTE MEDIATION, MEDIATOR, MEDIATORS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE

FAMILY LAW MEDIATION, DIVORCE MEDIATION, DISPUTE MEDIATION, MEDIATOR, MEDIATORS, WESTLAKE VILLAGE


http://www.Neutral4Hire.com/ (818)889-5571
Keith Schulner, Esq. MDR, MBA | Real Estate License.
Graduate: Pepperdine Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution, Loyola Law School, UCLA
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We can arbitrate or mediate in person, over the phone, or through the Internet.
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No one can mediate, arbitrate, communicate, solve problems, and find opportunities for mutual gain better than Keith Schulner, founder of Neutral4Hire. With his experience as a Real Estate Broker, businessperson, entrepreneur, manager, attorney, and neutral, combined with his training in family law mediation, as well as his Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR), he can expertly bridge the gap between differing individuals.

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Founder of Neutral4Hire, Keith Schulner, MBA, MDR, Esq., has worked as a trial attorney for plaintiffs and defendants and tried cases before juries and judges. He received worldwide recognition for his leadership role in a multimillion-dollar dispute that was successfully mediated.

He has appeared in the media including CNN, NBC, The Acorn, Dutch Television, The Los Angeles Times, Money Magazine and The Wall Street Journal. He earned the highest rating possible, AV, from Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Ratings which “shows that a lawyer has reached the height of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.”

Keith realized he was gifted with the ability to help people understand when it was in their best interest to settle and how to structure a settlement for maximum benefit. He knew that mediation would be an excellent use of these talents. To better help people with disputes and complicated financial or business problems, he earned a full Master of Business Administration (MBA) merit scholarship and was the first attorney to graduate with an MBA and Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR) from Pepperdine, which tied Harvard for having the best Dispute Resolution program in our nation.

Keith has facilitated settlements at Mandatory Settlement Conferences and Mediated for California’s Superior Courts. He has served as an arbitrator for the California Bar and Superior Court as well as a neutral for other organizations (see Experience.) He lectured about dispute resolution at the University of California Santa Barbara, taught Conflict Resolution at the University of Phoenix and Pepperdine graduate school and appears in Marquis’ prestigious Who’s Who in American Law, Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who in the World.

Serving Los Angeles County and Ventura County, California in person, and across the globe virtually.

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