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Improvisational Negotiation

Author : Jeffrey Krivis
ISBN : 9780470242421
Genre : Law
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Improvisational Negotiation presents an original approach for mediators, negotiators, and other dispute resolution professionals. Drawing on his own experience plus those of his colleagues, Jeffrey Krivis offers the reader dramatic, well-crafted, and highly instructive stories about people in conflict - families, organizations, corporations - and shows how mediated negotiations help them to reach a successful resolution. Unlike most books on the topic, Improvisational Negotiation does not focus on theory, philosophy, or formulaic procedures. The book highlights entertaining true stories that illuminate the skills and tools a good mediator uses to direct a successful negotiation and then asks the questions: What happened? and What strategies can we learn?

Argumentation In Dispute Mediation

Author : Sara Greco Morasso
ISBN : 9789027211200
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The context of mediation immediately highlights the importance of argumentation as a means to reasonably handle conflict. "Argumentation in dispute mediation" tackles this topic providing both theoretical insights and detailed empirical argumentative analysis. Its goal is twofold: to explore mediation as a real-life context of argumentation and to show how an increased argumentative awareness could improve conflict resolution.Particular emphasis is accorded to mapping mediation through an interdisciplinary reasoned review of existing accounts. The outline of a conceptual framework of mediation constitutes a solid basis for the study of argumentation in mediation. The argumentative analysis of a corpus of mediation cases, based on the pragma-dialectical account and the Argumentum Model of Topics, shows the mediator s moves which actually help conflicting parties discuss reasonably. The mediator s topical potential plays a crucial role in this relation at the levels of issue selection, evoking of cultural-contextual premises and choice of argument schemes."

How To Make Money As A Mediator And Create Value For Everyone

Author : Jeffrey Krivis
ISBN : 9781118046999
Genre : Law
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How to Make Money as a Mediator (and Create Value for Everyone) is an invaluable and inspirational resource filled with practical, proven, and down-to-earth information on how you can develop a satisfying and lucrative career as a mediator, no matter what your area of interest—labor and employment mediation, intellectual property, environment, personal injury, family and divorce, contract, securities, or international peacekeeping.

The Fugitive Identity Of Mediation

Author : Debbie De Girolamo
ISBN : 9781134075119
Genre : Law
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Despite much having been written about what mediation is, direct observations of commercial mediations are limited. This book grants an opportunity to observe mediation in action and also provides external commentary about the actions observed. The book approaches Mediation ethnographically as a social process that is informed by structures, rules and norms that colour the environment within which it operates. Through the ethnographic method, a process leading to negotiated order is examined, baring its elements, identifying its influences and studying the movement to order. The result is the reconceptualization of mediation. The mediator is invited into the negotiation as third party intervener. He creates the process of mediation, defining the process by his actions, which ultimately merges mediator with process. This book provides a window to the lived experience of participants to mediation: it explores their understandings of and interactions within a process they have experienced together and demonstrates how mediation is a process inextricably linked to negotiation. The Fugitive Identity of Mediation will be of interest to scholars, mediators, parties who participate in the process, and to those active in public policy discourse.

Contemporary Issues In Mediation

Author : Lee Joel
ISBN : 9789813225664
Genre : Law
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Should mediation be used in all family disputes? Is the time right for apology legislation in Singapore? What can mediators learn from improvisation theatre & neuro-linguistic programming? As the field of mediation continues to grow, so do the issues that face the modern mediator. Contemporary Issues in Mediation-Volume 2 provides a valuable launch-point for readers seeking answers to these questions, collecting the very best entries selected by leaders in the mediation and negotiation field — Prof. Joel Lee (National University of Singapore) and Marcus Lim (Singapore International Mediation Institute). This edition includes three essays on family mediation, and is an especially valuable addition to professionals working with family mediation. Contents: Essays on Family Mediation: Scaling Up Safety for the Sake of Self-Determination: Exploring Options to Mediation and Cases of Family Violence in Singapore (Khoo May Ann Esther)Mediation of Family Disputes in Singapore Following the Amendments to the Women's Charter in 2011 (Too Fang Yi)Mediation as an Appropriate Form of Dispute Resolution for Family Disputes: The Case for an Interdisciplinary Approach (Yeoh Jean Ann)Essays on General Mediation: Mandatory Mediation in Singapore: Cultural Compatibilities (Justin Low Ching Wei)To Mediate or Not to Mediate: An Analysis of When It Would be Reasonable to Reject Mediation (Wang Chen Yan)Promoting ASEAN as a Platform for Collaborative Dispute Settlement — Institutionalising Administered Mediation in ASEAN (Maryam H Rozlan)Making Mediators Better Performers — Use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Improvisation Theatre for Creative Results (Rumani Kaushal Sheth)And Never the Twain Shall Meet? An Analysis of the Benefits of Caucus Mediation and Conference Mediation (Choong Jia Shun)The Paradox of Power and Neutrality in Mediation (Seah Ern Xu)Learning from Hong Kong for a Mediation and an Apology Legislation in Singapore (Michelle Wong) Readership: This series is intended for students and professionals in mediation as well as the general public. Keywords: Mediation Process;Singapore;Mediation and Culture;Mediation Advocacy;Online Mediation;Mediation Theory;Mediation Skills;Good Faith;Mediation in Asia;Amicable Dispute Resolution;Appropriate Dispute Resolution;Alternative Dispute Resolution;Arb-Med-Arb;Singapore International Mediation Centre;SIMC;Mediation Neutrality;Mediation Power Balance;Mediation Essays;Mediation Articles;Singapore International Mediation Institute;SIMI;Singapore International Arbitration Centre;SIACReview: "The thoughtful essays in the family themed section bring fresh perspectives and insights on family mediation, which occupies a central place in the current family justice system. I commend this effort to give young writers a voice and I hope it will go on to inspire students and practitioners to work in this very important area of 'appropriate dispute resolution'." Judicial Commissioner Debbie Ong Siew Ling Supreme Court of Singapore "The three chapters in the family themed section of Contemporary Issues in Mediation Volume 2 are balanced essays that provide useful suggestions following the 2011 amendments to the Women's Charter concerning mandatory mediation. These suggestions are well worth considering if mandatory mediation is to achieve its goals and avoid pitfalls." Professor Leong Wai Kum Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore

Collaborative Divorce Handbook

Author : Forrest S. Mosten
ISBN : 0470528567
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Forrest S. Mosten Collaborative Divorce Handbook Helping families without going to court Praise for Collaborative Divorce Handbook "There are many roads to peace. Whether you engage in collaborative practice, which by definition includes the provision that professionals will not represent the parties in litigation, or some other process for respectful conflict resolution, you will find Collaborative Divorce Handbook to be an invaluable resource for deepening your understanding and enhancing your skills as a peacemaker." —Talia L. Katz, JD, executive director, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals "Collaborative lawyering is a promising new way of resolving disputes through joint problem solving rather than adversary litigation that has particular appeal for divorce cases. Whether you are a client who seeks to learn more about it or a lawyer using it who desires a wise guiding hand, this book is an invaluable resource." —Frank E. A. Sander, Bussey Professor Emeritus, Harvard Law School "Written by one of the innovative thinkers in the field, Collaborative Divorce Handbook is a treasure of information for all professionals interested in collaborative divorce. Easy to read, expansive, and chock-full of resources, it is bound to become a classic." —Constance Ahrons, PhD, author, The Good Divorce and We're Still Family, and professor emerita, University of Southern California "Family law is changing. As more people realize that the adversarial process is expensive, degrading, and stressful, they look for alternatives and find it in various forms of alternative dispute resolution. Woody Mosten is the nationally recognized leader of this movement, and his book on collaborative practice literally will be 'The Handbook' we will all follow." —Garrett C. Dailey, Esq., CFLS, AAML, president, Attorney's BriefCase, Inc.

112 Ways To Succeed In Any Negotiation Or Mediation

Author : Steven G. Mehta
ISBN : 9781438983936
Genre : Law
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Everybody negotiates, even if they dont realize it. The problem is that most people dont know how to negotiate effectively. In this book, you will learn powerful techniques that have been successfully used in real-world negotiations to get the maximum results in any negotiation. 112 Ways to Succeed in Any Negotiation or Mediation will turbo-charge your negotiating skills regardless of your experience and will help to put more dollars in your pockets because you will make better deals. 112 Ways to Succeed in Any Negotiation or Mediation takes you through all aspects of negotiating from the before the negotiation to closing the deal. You will learn many proven and little known secrets in social science that can make the difference between a good deal and a great deal! You will discover: How to make an opening offer When to negotiate What to do during negotiations What barriers exist to successful negotiations Why the location of negotiations matters Ten most common mistakes made in negotiations. And 112 Ways applies to every negotiation regardless of size or environment: Businesspeople can use it to increase their bottom line Lawyers can negotiate better terms for their clients Salespeople can strike better deals Any person can learn to communicate and negotiate every aspect of life better

Conflict Resolution

Author : Tom Lansford
ISBN : PSU:000064704661
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Each title explores a specific issue by placing expert opinions in a unique pro/con format, exposing readers to many sides of a debate which promotes issue awareness as well as critical thinking.

Journal Of Dispute Resolution

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924112293455
Genre : Dispute resolution (Law)
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The Handbook Of Dispute Resolution

Author : Michael L. Moffitt
ISBN : 9781118429839
Genre : Law
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This volume is an essential, cutting-edge reference for all practitioners, students, and teachers in the field of dispute resolution. Each chapter was written specifically for this collection and has never before been published. The contributors--drawn from a wide range of academic disciplines--contains many of the most prominent names in dispute resolution today, including Frank E. A. Sander, Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Bruce Patton, Lawrence Susskind, Ethan Katsh, Deborah Kolb, and Max Bazerman. The Handbook of Dispute Resolution contains the most current thinking about dispute resolution. It synthesizes more than thirty years of research into cogent, practitioner-focused chapters that assume no previous background in the field. At the same time, the book offers path-breaking research and theory that will interest those who have been immersed in the study or practice of dispute resolution for years. The Handbook also offers insights on how to understand disputants. It explores how personality factors, emotions, concerns about identity, relationship dynamics, and perceptions contribute to the escalation of disputes. The volume also explains some of the lessons available from viewing disputes through the lens of gender and cultural differences.

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