The Mediator's Handbook

Revised & Expanded Fourth Edition
Author: Jennifer Beer,Caroline Packard
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 0865717222
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 208
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A standard model for effective mediation and conflict resolution, now in an updated fourth edition, can be used in diverse environments. Original.

The Mediator's Handbook

Author: Jennifer E. Beer
Publisher: Gabriola Island, B.C. : New Society Publishers
ISBN: 0865713596
Category: Law
Page: 168
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The Mediator's Handbook provides a time-tested, flexible model for effective mediation in diverse environments and situations. Completely revised, this new, expanded edition provides a clear overview of mediation and conflict; a large "Toolbox" section that details the skills and approaches used by professional mediators; and a final section that looks at informal mediation. A valuable resource for all working in corporations, government agencies, community organizations and schools.

The Mediator's Handbook

Advanced Practice Guide for Civil Litigation
Author: N.A
Publisher: Ntl Inst for Trial Advocacy
ISBN: 9781556819940
Category: Civil procedure
Page: 510
View: 1970

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How to Mediate Like a Pro

42 Rules for Mediating Disputes
Author: Mary Greenwood
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595469620
Category: Law
Page: 104
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For over twenty-five years, Author Mary Greenwood has been resolving disputes in her professional career as an Attorney, Mediator, Human Resources Director, Union Negotiator, and Labor Arbitrator. Her book how to Negotiate Like a Pro, Which has won six book awards, was based on her experience as a Union Negotiator, the sequel how to Mediate Like a Pro is based on her experience as a Mediator in over 7000 cases. Greenwood noticed that there were certain Rules or characteristics of the cases that settled that were not present in the cases that did not settle. Greenwood lists each Rule and Script and offers a concise explanation on how and when to use it in Mediation. How to Mediate Like a Pro presents strategles and practical tips for the Mediation process it will give you insight on how to deal with difficult parties how to break an impasse and how to close the deal. After you read this book, you will be able to Mediate Like A Pro.

The Mediation Process

Practical Strategies for Resolving Conflict
Author: Christopher W. Moore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118421523
Category: Law
Page: 704
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The Fourth Edition of a seminal work in the field of mediation and conflict resolution For almost thirty years, conflict resolution practitioners, faculty, and students have depended on The Mediation Process as the all-inclusive guide to the discipline. The most comprehensive book written on mediation, this text is perfect for new and experienced conflict managers working in any area of dispute resolution—family, community, employment, business, environmental, public policy multicultural, or international. This is the expert's guide, and the Fourth Edition has been expanded and revised to keep pace with developments in the field. It includes new resources that will promote excellence in mediation and help disputants reach durable agreements and enhance their working relationships. Includes expanded information on the latest approaches for providing mediation assistance Features comprehensive guidelines for selecting the right strategy for both common and unique problems Utilizes updated, contemporary case studies of all types of disputes Offers expanded coverage of the growing field and practice of intercultural and international mediation

A Guide to Divorce Mediation

How to Reach a Fair, Legal Settlement at a Fraction of the Cost
Author: Gary J. Friedman
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 9781563052453
Category: Family & Relationships
Page: 376
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Describes the divorce mediator's unique mix of legal, psychological, and spiritual perspectives and discusses the ground rules and legal ramifications

Stories Mediators Tell

Author: Lela Porter Love,Glen Parker
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781634256742
Category: Law
Page: 350
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"This second edition of [this title] encompasses stories from around the world. The writers (24 top international mediators) were asked to write about moving, successful, unsuccessful, happy, sad and funny mediations...From these...stories, mediators will learn how to help clients find positive outcomes to conflict resolution."--

The Mediation Handbook

Research, theory, and practice
Author: Alexia Georgakopoulos
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317300696
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 414
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The Handbook of Mediation gathers leading experts across fields related to peace, justice, human rights, and conflict resolution to explore ways that mediation can be applied to a range of spectrums, including new age settings, relationships, organizations, institutions, communities, environmental conflicts, and intercultural and international conflicts. The text is informed by cogent theory, state-of-the-art research, and best practices to provide the reader with a well-rounded understanding of mediation practice in contemporary times. Based on four signature themes—contexts; skills and competencies; applications; and recommendations—the handbook provides theoretical, applicable, and practical insight into a variety of key approaches to mediation. Authors consider modern conflict on a local and global scale, emphasizing the importance of identifying effective strategies, foundations, and methods to shape the nature of a mediation mindfully and effectively. With a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives, the text complements the development of the reader’s competencies and understanding of mediation in order to contribute to the advancement of the mediation field. With a conversational tone that will welcome readers, this comprehensive book is essential reading for students and professionals wanting to learn a wide range of potential interventions for conflict.

Mediation Skills and Strategies

A Practical Guide
Author: Tony Whatling
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857006271
Category: Law
Page: 176
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Mediation is a process that can be used to resolve conflict in many different dispute contexts. This book focuses on the essential skills and strategies needed by any mediator to be successful in their work. Tony Whatling draws on his extensive experience in the field of mediation to explain the range of skills and strategies that are commonly used, as well as why you would use different skills and when they are best employed. The author shows how, by adopting these techniques, a mediator can manage challenging conflicts. It features the use of questioning skills and how they can be used effectively, as well as how to deal with high emotion and negative responses. This book is essential for anyone who wants to improve their mediation skills, whether as a trainee, novice or experienced professional.

Challenging Conflict

Mediation Through Understanding
Author: Gary J. Friedman,Jack Himmelstein
Publisher: Amer Bar Assn
ISBN: 9781604420524
Category: Law
Page: 305
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This revolutionary book shows how mediators and lawyers can help parties to escape the way conflict has them trapped and to work together toward meaningful and lasting resolutions that deeply respect their humanity. Through the telling of ten riveting stories of real mediations in diverse settings, the principles and methodologies of this dynamic approach to conflict come alive. In so "Challenging conflict," the authors also challenge the conflict resolution field to reach for more. Book jacket.

Success as a Mediator For Dummies

Author: Victoria Pynchon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118078624
Category: Law
Page: 360
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To be an effective mediator, you need to learn and fine-tune a variety of special skills, from remaining calm and neutral, to breaking impasse, to marketing your business with diligence. This guide gives you everything you need to enter the exciting world of mediation.

A-Z of Mediation

Author: Marian Roberts
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137002999
Category: Social Science
Page: 256
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If you are in search of a concise yet authoritative overview of mediation as a process of dispute resolution, then you need look no further. Marian Roberts' A-Z of Mediation succinctly captures the concepts, applications, debates and critiques that are shaping this rapidly expanding field. Expertly organised into just over 80 entries, the book combines theory, research and practitioner experience to provide a wealth of insight and analysis. The book's unique A-Z format makes it an ideal point of reference. Numerous cross-references are in place to guide you through the material and highlight the field's connecting strands. The key classic and contemporary readings are also systematically signposted, topic by topic, drawn from an extensive multidisciplinary literature. Whether you are studying, training or already in practice, this book provides an invaluable source of clarity as well as a comprehensive map of the field.

Changing the Conversation

The 17 Principles of Conflict Resolution
Author: Dana Caspersen
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 069841067X
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 272
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The seventeen key principles for transforming conflict—in a beautiful package from the creator of The 48 Laws of Power From Joost Elffers, the packaging genius behind the huge New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War, and The Art of Seduction, comes this invaluable manual that teaches seventeen fundamentals for turning any conflict into an opportunity for growth. Beautifully packaged in a graphic, two-color format, Changing the Conversation is written by conflict expert Dana Caspersen and is filled with real-life examples, spot-on advice, and easy-to-grasp exercises that demonstrate transformative ways to break out of destructive patterns, to create useful dialogue in difficult situations, and to find long-lasting solutions for conflicts. Sure to claim its place next to Getting to Yes, this guide will be a go-to resource for resolving conflicts.

Mastering Mediation

50 Essential Tools for the Advanced Practitioner
Author: Lynn Duryee,Matt White
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9780314282996
Category: Law
Page: 261
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What can a mediator do when negotiations stall? How can a mediator help participants reach the finish line? How should a mediator best respond when the parties confess that they are too far apart to settle? Is there anything a mediator can do to help the high-conflict litigant achieve resolution of his emotional case?

Basic Skills for the New Mediator

Author: Allan H. Goodman
Publisher: N.A
Category: Law
Page: 109
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BASIC SKILLS FOR THE NEW MEDIATOR provides a detailed overview of mediation, from the premediation conference through all stages of the mediation session. It guides the new mediator through the mediation process by answering the one hundred questions most frequently asked by new mediators. BASIC SKILLS FOR THE NEW MEDIATOR has been used successfully for self-instruction and as a training manual. Experienced mediators and attorneys who represent clients in mediation will also find this book extremely useful. The Appendix "Everything You Never Wanted to Know About the Rules of Evidence" is especially valuable for the non-attorney mediator, who must often deal with the evidentiary vocabulary of the legal profession. You will learn to establish your authority as a mediator, schedule the mediation session, deliver the mediator's opening statement, prioritize issues, preside during joint sessions,conduct private caucuses, overcome impasses, identify "hidden agenda" and "throwaway" items, deal with parties who lack settlement authority, and aid parties to achieve a viable settlement.

The Fundamentals of Family Mediation

Author: John M. Haynes,Stephanie Charlesworth
Publisher: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781862872097
Category: Australia
Page: 318
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This book provides a clear model of mediation, an understanding of the theory of negotiation, and an analysis of separation and divorce not only as it affects family members, but also as a social and legal event. It is designed as a mediators' handbook and can be used by practising mediators as well as trainee mediators to solve a wide spectrum of problems. This book provides people with hands-on advice as they enter family mediation practice as well as providing directors of training programs with a text dealing with the 'how to'.

Becoming a Mediator

An Insider's Guide to Exploring Careers in Mediation
Author: Peter Lovenheim
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 272
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Most mediators feel that helping people end conflicts is special work, and, they're sustained by rewards beyond money, praise, or fame. But with no obvious career path and no prescribed courses to take or degrees to earn, how does one become a mediator? Whatever your background-whether in law, social work, teaching, psychology, business, homemaking, or parenting-you can become a mediator and find a satisfying career says Peter Lovenheim. Becoming a Mediator shows you how, offering a practical, nuts-and-bolts guide to breaking into the field and a no-nonsense approach to the reality of current professional opportunities. Drawing from the experiences of actual mediators, as well as from his own many years of work as an attorney and mediator, Lovenheim not only provides a vital resource but also conveys the sense of mission mediators feel for this emerging new profession.

Making Mediation Your Day Job

How to Market Your ADR Business Using Mediation Principles You Already Know
Author: Tammy Lenski Ed D
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1935278894
Category: Law
Page: 136
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"Making Mediation Your Day Job" is the definitive guide for any mediator operating or even considering a private practice. Tammy Lenski, Ed.D. demonstrates how proven marketing techniques can help you create a mediation practice with minimum stress and maximum success. Lenski is a full-time mediator who has maintained a thriving practice for more than a decade. She explains in careful detail how common mediation concepts-including interests, framing, and dialogue-building- can be applied not just at the mediation table but also in marketing and promoting yourself successfully in a fascinating and growing field. In this in-depth and thoughtful guide, Lenski delivers all the steps necessary to build and market a successful private practice in mediation, such as how to: Choose a market that speaks to your passion Uncover and meet your market's greatest needs and interests Build dialogue with potential clients Leverage the Internet to expand your networking opportunities Lenski's time-tested principles and encouragement will help mediators embrace marketing with renewed energy, rather than trepidation. It proves that mediators can use their own knowledge of mediation process and principles to market their services in an ethical, effective manner.

The Practice of Mediation

A Video-Integrated Text
Author: Douglas N. Frenkel,James H. Stark
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 1454870230
Category: Law
Page: 592
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This widely-adopted, all-original book was the first in the field to combine complete analysis of the mediation process with integrated video case studies illustrating the full range of mediation skills. Engaging text is keyed to seven hours of online video, featuring three different cases, all based on actual disputes: a child custody case, a small claims consumer dispute, and a complex negligence suit. These unscripted mediations were conducted by mediators and lawyers with a variety of backgrounds and styles. The video includes an extended comparative example of facilitative and evaluative mediation of the same matter. The integration of text and video in The Practice of Mediation: A Video-Integrated Text, Third Edition enriches students’ understanding and allows classroom and clinical instruction to proceed more rapidly and on a far more sophisticated level. New to the Third Edition: New end-of-chapter problems to aid assessment of student learning New or expanded coverage of biases and their impact on negotiators; pre-mediation contacts with parties; and increasing mediator use of caucuses to open the process Newly designed problems on the ethics of mediating New video clips on mediator influence and persuasion Professors and students will benefit from: Practice- and research-based analysis of negotiations and why they fail Contextualized model of the role and effective skills of the mediator, applicable across the entire range of disputes Exploration of fundamental norms of the process and, through real case problems, the ethics of mediating Video and case-based introduction to the role and skills of representing a client in mediation

Bringing Peace Into the Room

How the Personal Qualities of the Mediator Impact the Process of Conflict Resolution
Author: Daniel Bowling,David Hoffman
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
Category: Law
Page: 322
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Bringing Peace Into the Room examines the personal qualities that make a mediator effective. The eminent authors of this volume go beyond traditional descriptions of academic training, theoretical orientation, and refinement of technique to confront issues related to personal temperament and the crucial psychological, intellectual and spiritual qualities of the mediation professional— qualities that are often the most potent elements of successful mediation. In this comprehensive resource, Daniel Bowling and David Hoffman bring together a stellar panel of practitioners, academics, teachers, and trainers in the field— Michele LeBaron, Kenneth Cloke, Robert Benjamin, Don Saposnek, Sara Cobb, Peter Adler, Jonathan Reitman, Lois Gold, Marvin Johnson, and others— ¾who share their personal experiences as mediators. Each contributor demonstrates that at the very heart of conflict resolution is the subtle interaction between the parties and the mediator's personal and authentic style.