Community Mediation Articles
A core belief in many traditions holds that the human condition is "dynamic" i.e., not a "static state".
For anyone going through a litigated or high conflict divorce which can be very expensive, Kathleen Wells, lead partner at Wells Family Law shares her top 5 tips for keeping costs down.
Mediation in light of the New Technologies. A multi-geographic journey through the origins and present of conflict resolution and technological impact -- Book Review
This articles reviews Alberto Elisavetsky's new book discussing mediation and new technologies.
This article shows a clear timeline for mediating your divorce. The purpose of mediation is to get you talking about how to settle every issue right away, so the process is usually much faster, much less expensive, much less stressful and overall much more satisfying than litigation.
What do you do when work treats you “like family”?
If you are, as they say, a left-brained person, you may find it difficult to manage conflict in the workplace when it springs up between employees.
One way schools can equip students with the skills to address conflict is through peer mediation.
RSI Publishes Report on Improving Pre-Mediation Screening for Intimate Partner Violence through Proposed Online Tool
Over the past year, RSI has been working on a project researching and exploring whether and how an online tool could improve the frequency and competency with which mediators screen for intimate partner violence (IPV) prior to mediation.
When I was twenty-two years old, I did a two-year stint as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Here is a brief account of a dispute resolution meeting with a local governing council called the panchayat.
New Interview with Peter Adler - The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society
This is a new interview with public policy mediation leader Peter Adler by Robert Benjamin as part of Mediate's new "The Future of Mediation and Negotiation in Our Culture, Politics and Society" video series.
It is a privilege to speak here at the Salzburg Global Seminar. I'd like to start with some provocation. Imagine these alternatives to the usual headlines.
When creating a plan in which you will explain your divorce, it is best to keep certain guidelines in mind.
According to brand new 5/22/19 data from Alexa.com, Mediate.com is most visited and most linked mediation website, by far!
A change manager candidly discusses her experience in a company.
Mediation is now the toast of the day in America, Canada, Australia, the UK and many parts of the European Union.
Mediators come from a number of professional backgrounds, but lawyers and therapists are seemingly the most highly represented within their ranks.
‘Child Custody’ is becoming an outdated concept.
NAFCM announces new funding agreement with JAMS.
There are times when I’ve found myself reacting poorly to something another person says or does and then, discover I misinterpreted their intent.
Over the years I have been asked many times, by lawyers, Canadian law students and others, whether they should take mediation training. Most were interested in mediation, many participated as counsel at mediation but few planned to be full-time mediators.
"If you want to make peace with your enemy then work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner." ~ Nelson Mandela
In her journal article, Professor Sternlight discusses her views on the potentially negative consequences of mandatory arbitration in the employment context as well as the waning impact of social movements such as MeToo.
Having taught mediation skills for over twenty-five years and, more recently, having developed an online mediation training curriculum, it’s only natural that I stand as a zealous proponent of mediation training.
This post provides excerpts from my research summarizing significant stresses affecting each of these groups and notes resources and ideas for dealing with them.
The theme of the session was that while being intelligent is good, it is also very important to have emotional intelligence; the ability to tap into the emotions of others, or to read people.