The Invisible Mediator – Participant Self-Determination in Mediation

Guest Blog Post by Paul Rajkowski Millions of words have been written in books, journals, internet comments and everywhere – all ideas and suggestions aimed at the mediators to improve their performance. There has been some good insight into improving Continue reading The Invisible Mediator – Participant Self-Determination in Mediation

Conflict and Creativity are Kissing Cousins

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  Guest Blog Post by Jagoda Perich-Anderson, M.A. –  Author of Conflict Tango   “Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas.” – Donatella Versace Complex and challenging conflicts benefit from a healthy dose of creativity to break out of deadlocks. Creativity Continue reading Conflict and Creativity are Kissing Cousins

Pastoral Mediation : Conflict in the Church

Guest Blog Post by Jesan Sorrells of HSCT on Pastoral Mediation Many of the information and recommendations in the article below have come through the works of Dr. M.K. Hope, Professor of Mediation at Cloverdale College and Director of Peace-Conflict Continue reading Pastoral Mediation : Conflict in the Church

Conflict and its Resolution from a Shamanic Perspective

Guest post by Marina Sala, Director of Choice Conflict Resolution   Conflict offers an opportunity to learn, grow and ultimately choose which of the two wolves we wish to feed. It also enables us to understand how our thinking shapes Continue reading Conflict and its Resolution from a Shamanic Perspective