Family Mediation UK Is In A Mess

family mediation uk

Please note, in this article I often use the term ‘family mediation uk’ rather than just ‘family mediation’ to emphasise I am only aware of and talking about its practice in the UK rather than elsewhere.   As a mediator Continue reading Family Mediation UK Is In A Mess

Using Conflict as a Natural Resource

Conflict as a Natural Resource

Conflict as a Natural Resource When we train mediators at CAOS Conflict Management we do an exercise called 4-word-build where we look at the different perspectives attendees on the course have about the idea of ‘conflict’. Almost always the predominant Continue reading Using Conflict as a Natural Resource

Conflict and Creativity are Kissing Cousins

creativity and conflict

  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 Management Skills and Practices for a More Engaged Workforce

Alan Sharland provided this webinar for ASTD.org – ASTD is the American Society for Training & Development – to support its Community of Practice for Workforce Development in creating steps towards a more engaged workforce. The webinar draws upon the thinking that underpins Continue reading Conflict Management Skills and Practices for a More Engaged Workforce

Social Media Tips for Resolving Disputes – Do they work?

competitive response to conflict

As a fairly busy user of social media I often come across ‘How to’ articles and ‘Top Tips’ articles about ways of responding to, or communicating about a conflict. However their effectiveness as tips for resolving disputes is, in my Continue reading Social Media Tips for Resolving Disputes – Do they work?

Underlying Philosophies of Mediation 3 – Impartiality

One of the more commonly recognised  Philosophies of Mediation is that of impartiality, however it is not always clear in literature what the term actually means and how it manifests within the process and experience of having mediation. Impartiality within Continue reading Underlying Philosophies of Mediation 3 – Impartiality