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
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
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
I am very grateful to my good friend Adam Shaw for the opportunity to integrate his videos of tips about important things to consider when someone close to us is dying. Adam has years of experience of working as a Continue reading Resolving Personal Conflict with Someone who is Dying
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?
One of the most powerful aspects of mediation in terms of its capacity to support the resolution of conflict is that it adopts a ‘no-blame’ approach to the situation in dispute and those involved. This is one of the significant Continue reading Underlying Philosophies of Mediation 4 – No-blame Approach
You may struggle to think of a resolved conflict in your life. It is often the case that we resolve our conflicts so effectively we hardly notice that we have done so. Hopefully, if you can think of a resolved Continue reading Effective responses to Conflict – Creating The ‘3-Cheers For Conflict’ -Learning, Connection and Insight