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Kathleen Kauth

Handling Conflict in Chaos

(3/27/20)Kathleen Kauth

Right now, we are adjusting to an entirely new set of parameters for our lives.

Cinnie Noble

Burying the Hatchet

(2/21/20)Cinnie Noble

In some research I did a few years ago, I found that the initial altercation or even a set of circumstances that started tension between many people can begin a trajectory that escalates over time (even if no external conflict occurs).

Phyllis Pollack

Watch Out for the Non-Verbal Cues!

(2/16/20)Phyllis Pollack

One of the latest blog posts from the Harvard Negotiation Project notes the importance of understanding body language in negotiations.

Nicole Wilmet

My Favorite Resource Featuring Howard Herman

(2/07/20)Nicole Wilmet

This month, I spoke with Howard Herman, Director of the ADR Program for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, to learn about his favorite ADR resource.

Jacqueline Burnett-Brown

Minding Your Tongue: How to Recover from a Slip and Fail

(1/31/20)Jacqueline Burnett-Brown

Whether it is a minor slip of the tongue or an entire foot in the mouth, either can lead to some uncomfortable moments followed by the instinct to explain what was “really meant.”

Cinnie Noble

Preparing for that Dreaded Conversation

(1/24/20)Cinnie Noble

“By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail,” Benjamin Franklin.

Cinnie Noble

Connecting With Our Values

(1/17/20)Cinnie Noble

“It is not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” Roy Disney

Carrie Gour

5 (Perhaps Unexpected) Ways to Reduce Legal Fees When Getting a Divorce

(1/10/20)Carrie Gour

For anyone going through a litigated or high conflict divorce which can be very expensive, Kathleen Wells, lead partner at Wells Family Law shares her top 5 tips for keeping costs down.

John Lande

Somewhere Between Reasonable and Crazy

(1/03/20)John Lande

The very touching Netflix movie, Marriage Story, provides an unusually realistic depiction of divorce dynamics.

Denise French

Mediation versus Court in Divorce

(1/03/20)Denise French

“I’ll get my day in court!” ……. “The judge won’t like what you did!” …….. “I’m going to spread your dirt all over the courtroom!”

Eleni Charalambidou

Dispute Resolution and the Catalyst for Change in Cyprus: A Fellow’s Journey

(1/03/20)Eleni Charalambidou

As mediators and dispute resolution promoters, we are people’s people.

Natalie J. Armstrong

Building Breakthroughs: Video Interview with Louise Phipps Senft

(12/12/19)Natalie J. Armstrong, Louise Phipps Senft

By creating a space for change, Louise helps people get back on track so they can work more successfully with their advisors.

Roseann Vanella

Holiday Gift Giving Guidelines for Divorced Parents

(12/12/19)Roseann Vanella

Recently, a divorced parent asked me my opinion on how to go about giving holiday gifts to her children.

Joy Rosenthal

What to Do After You Get Your Divorce Judgment

(11/29/19)Joy Rosenthal

When we submit your divorce papers to the court in order to obtain a Judgment of Divorce (JOD), the terms of the Settlement Agreement become the law.

Phyllis Pollack

Happy Thanksgiving !!!!

(11/22/19)Phyllis Pollack

Thanksgiving is in a few days, and I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Happy Turkey Day!

Lorraine Segal

Culture Clash in Conversations at Work

(11/22/19)Lorraine Segal

Is it an interruption or a cultural difference?

Cinnie Noble

Peace Within

(11/15/19)Cinnie Noble

Being at peace within ourselves, interacting peacefully, caring about peace, looking peaceful and engendering peace.

Jamie Costello

Mediation vs. Arbitration vs. Litigation: The differences you need to know about in business

(11/15/19)Jamie Costello

As a business owner, it’s extremely important to familiarize yourself with dispute resolution and the processes you need to take depending on the severity of a case.

What a Himalayan Adventure Taught Me About Connection and Dialogue

(11/15/19)Henry Yamposky

Join Henry as he shares his Himalayan motorcycle adventure through pictures and video as well as what he learned about identity, connection, and dialogue.

Eric Slepak

RSI Publishes Report on Improving Pre-Mediation Screening for Intimate Partner Violence through Proposed Online Tool

(11/08/19)Eric Slepak

Over the past year, RSI has been working on a project researching and exploring whether and how an online tool could improve the frequency and competency with which mediators screen for intimate partner violence (IPV) prior to mediation.

Cinnie Noble

Conflict: Getting In Our Own Way

(10/25/19)Cinnie Noble

It happens, at times, that we get in our own way when a conflict erupts or is about to.

Arran Heal

Can We Ever Deal With Unconscious Bias?

(10/25/19)Arran Heal

Having mature, self-aware conversations takes a good level of skills – what we call Conversational Intelligence.

Amy Robertson

Eat, Drink, and Remarry: How to Get a Divorce Worth Celebrating

(10/25/19)Amy Robertson

I was watching the news recently when a segment came on about a California couple who co-hosted a Divorce Party. Now this had my attention!

Phyllis Pollack

The Reality of Impasse: Show me the money!

(10/11/19)Phyllis Pollack

It is funny how sometimes the stars align to suddenly highlight an issue that was nowhere in my conscious brain before then.

Maria Simpson

The Anchoring Effect

(10/10/19)Maria Simpson

The anchoring effect is a form of bias in favor of the first piece of information we hear during a negotiation, often the other person’s goal.

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