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Mediation In The Workplace

Author : Rebecca Jane Weinstein
ISBN : 1567203361
Genre : Business & Economics
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An effective tool for training in mediation and for developing a mediation program in the workplace, this book includes theoretical discussion, training exercises and an administrative guide with policies, procedures, and forms for program implementation.

International Clinical Sociology

Author : Jan Marie Fritz
ISBN : 9780387738277
Genre : Social Science
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Clinical sociology is a multidisciplinary field that seeks to improve life situations for individuals and groups. This book showcases the art and science of clinical sociology from around the world. It is the first book to present basic clinical sociology diagrams and models in addition to detailed histories of clinical sociology in the United States, Quebec, France, and Japan. A range of interventions are discussed in light of a region’s economic, social, political, and disciplinary history. The book presents illustrative case studies from leaders in the field, and it serves the need of graduate-level courses from around the world.

From Conflict To Cooperation

Author : Potter
ISBN : 0914171798
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Conflict - when handled effectively - is an opportunity to clarify expectations, build cohesiveness and create a problem solving atmosphere. From Conflict To Cooperation presents effective techniques for resolving disputes - powerful tools for managers, supervisors, coaches, parents, teachers, friends, counselors, neighborhood leaders, police officers and anyone caught in the middle of other people's disputes. Best selling author, Dr. Beverly Potter, shows how effective mediators can bring people together to produce creative solutions. From Conflict To Cooperation is a sensible manual filled with hands-on techniques, illustrations, and realistic scenarios. This book shows how to intervene to control bickering and hostile outbursts while uncovering how each party sees the issues. Using detailed examples, Dr. Beverly Potter demonstrates how to mediate an agreement between disputants which includes an action plan that specifies what will be done, who will do it and when.

When Push Comes To Shove

Author : Karl A. Slaikeu
ISBN : UOM:39015031844288
Genre : Business & Economics
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Fills the rapidly-growing need for hands-on guidance in resolving interpersonal disputes in all areas of life--including the workplace, the classroom, and courtroom-adjunct programs--offering a how-to approach to mediation. This book is a valuable tool for the growing group of lay and professional mediators, including volunteers and professionals in court-adjunct programs, attorneys, teachers, and social services, along with HR professionals and managers in organizations who need these core skills areas for their work. When Push Comes to Shove covers the basic interpersonal and communications skills needed to mediate conflict, presenting a five-step mediation process, and coaches the reader through each phase. It also addresses mediation on the fly where a more structured process is not possible or called for.

The Common Law Of The Workplace

Author : Theodore J. St. Antoine
ISBN : 1570185409
Genre : Law
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This second edition provides new information on ethics in arbitration, application of external law, and drug abuse and violence in the workplace.

Managing Human Resources Through Strategic Partnerships

Author : Susan E. Jackson
ISBN : IND:30000116104179
Genre : Business & Economics
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As well as highlighting the themes of strategy, teams, diversity, global issues and change, the text also follows the HR Triad (employee, line manager, HR manager) with the understanding that effective human resource management requires mutual unerstanding and collaboration from all levels of of management and employees.

Cper California Public Employee Relations

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105063150549
Genre : Industrial relations
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Skills And Training Directory

Author : Institute of Leadership & Management (Great Britain)
ISBN : 074944052X
Genre : Business education
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A guide to current best practice and new thinking at all levels, and a directory of the wide-ranging sources of information and support available to anyone involved in human resource development. This revised edition of Skills and Training Directory covers new trends, preparing for future skills requirements and applications.

Lawyers And Mediators

Author : Mavis Maclean
ISBN : 9781509904839
Genre : Law
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Do lawyers make matters worse, or do they provide information, advice and support which can help to prevent disputes arising or manage them when they do? Do mediators enable parties to communicate and reach agreements tailor-made to their needs? Or working outside the legal framework, do they find it difficult to protect weaker parties and access expert advice? What happens when lawyers become mediators? This book will describe the structure of service provision and the day-to-day work of lawyers, mediators, and lawyer mediators, drawing on empirical work carried out between 2013 and 2015 immediately after the recent changes to the management of divorce and separation within the family justice system. The reduction in legal aided help in 2013 and the failure of mediation to fill the gap in 2014?15 have given rise to a difficult debate. This book aims to provide an account of some of the practical effects of these policies through a description of the daily work of practitioners in the sector. It raises the question of whether we need to choose between traditional legal services and the new processes of private ordering or whether intermediate positions might be possible.

Developments In Administrative Law And Regulatory Practice

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ISBN : 1590317548
Genre : Administrative law
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