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eBook Challenging Conflict: Mediation Through Understanding epub
  • ISBN: 1604420529
  • Author: Gary Friedman,Jack Himmelstein
  • Genre: Law
  • Subcategory: Rules & Procedures
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Bar Association; 1 edition (September 16, 2009)
  • Pages: 225 pages
  • ePUB size: 1538 kb
  • FB2 size 1195 kb
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Mediators and practicing lawyers using mediation should read this book. I use this book as required text for my Conflict Resolution students. It is a book that is basically broken down into true stories of conflict resolution

Mediators and practicing lawyers using mediation should read this book. The authors explain a model for mediation that is different from how most people usually expect a commercial mediation to be conducted. The model does not use caucusing at all and these writers explain that they will not mediate using the traditional model. It is a book that is basically broken down into true stories of conflict resolution. The authors break the stories with narrative guides of the concepts and integrate very well.

Challenging Conflict: Mediation Through Understanding. by Gary Friedman and Jack Himmelstein

Challenging Conflict: Mediation Through Understanding. by Gary Friedman and Jack Himmelstein. Published with Harvard's Program on Negotiation, this book provides an analysis of understanding conflict and offers a way to work together to make decisions that resolve disputes. The authors explain how to meet conflict itself in an effort to understand how individuals can relate to it, and use it effectively in mediation.

Conflict, Mediation Through Understanding By Gary Friedman and Jack Himmelstein 2008, American Bar Association

Challenging Conflict, Mediation Through Understanding By Gary Friedman and Jack Himmelstein 2008, American Bar Association. Even for the most avid of readers, there is just so much written out there that it is overwhelming to zero in on those must-read books.

decisions in the dispute resolution process. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time. Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern.

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by Gary Friedman (Author), Jack Himmelstein (Author). Divided into four parts-choosing to mediate, deepening understanding of the process, challenges in working together, and devising a resolution.

Challenging ConflictMediation Through Understanding. Challenging Conflict shows how, through mediation, parties can overcome conflict rather than remain within its grasp at enormous cost to themselves and others. This book is unusual in that it is very realistic about the complexity and challenges of conflict and still unrelentingly optimistic about peoples’ capacity, with the assistance of skilled mediators, to craft solutions appropriate to their needs and informed by the sense of fairness that can emerge from mutual understanding.

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Comments: (7)
Faugami
Mediators and practicing lawyers using mediation should read this book. The authors explain a model for mediation that is different from how most people usually expect a commercial mediation to be conducted. The model does not use caucusing at all and these writers explain that they will not mediate using the traditional model. It is a fascinating journey through ten real-life mediations that the authors conducted using this model and why they believe so thoroughly in it. Even if mediator/lawyer-reader decides not to use the model in practice there is much relating to constructive resolution of conflict that can be applied in the traditional mediation models and even in non-mediated conflict resolution discourse.
Nern
I believe that the understanding-based approach to conflict mediation as explained and demonstrated by case studies by Friedman is perhaps the best model I've seen thus far and I believe it lines up more closely with biblical conflict management principles than does the transformative theory of mediation (at least as presented by Bush and Folger). I understand neither of these books sets out to explore the biblical principles of conflict management and mediation, but I'm just saying that the understanding-based approach seems to more naturally align itself with Scripture.
Hellmaster
This book should be a must read for everyone who works with people in conflict. It is a unique and profoundly effective model for assisting people to reach mutually acceptable resolution of their conflicts through truly understanding their needs, as well as the needs of the others with whom they are in conflict. I have recommended it to my colleagues and we chose it as a book for our year long book study. It is one of the few books that I have read again and again, each time experiencing another "ah ha moment".
Nirad
I took this course a few years back and learned much about Mediation. Gary Friedman is a pro in every sense of the word. I was recently having lunch with a long term very experienced mediator. He has a different style and was interested in seeing Mr. Friedman's process which is more inclusive rather than separate meetings. I sent this as a gift. Much appreciated
Gribandis
I use this book as required text for my Conflict Resolution students. It is a book that is basically broken down into true stories of conflict resolution. The authors break the stories with narrative guides of the concepts and integrate very well.
Whitehammer
The mediation model is extremely well presented with cases, educative, and significantly persuasive. And, as a bonus, it is entertaining!
Ubranzac
Good mediation text book.
It is a great window into using a more transformative approach to mediaiton. I learned a lot from this book and I greatly look forward to re-reading it!
Michael Tramble J.D. -Mediator
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