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Having mediated many recently-filed cases in half-day sessions, I know: Early mediation works; half-day sessions are ample in the majority of cases; and most settle and yield satisfying results with less damage to heal from. Of all, the greatest thing … Continue reading
Private caucuses are the most effective forums for communication in mediation. Private caucuses liberally allow you to inform, receive and reflect. As well, they provide the opportunity to measure the pace of reaching conclusions and disclosing information – individuals can … Continue reading
Even though conflicts don’t always resolve at mediation, it is far from true to say that those efforts don’t yield value! Parties who earnestly engage will walk away with more than they came with – be it a better understanding … Continue reading
Virtually every mediation I conduct begins with a need to adjust my expectations. The reality in the room is simply impossible to predict. I bring attention to this because it is often pivotal in the process of mediating and its … Continue reading