Monthly Archives: March 2017

How to Prepare for Large Group Mediations

There have been many articles written about mediation and what clients should do to prepare for their first mediation session. These activities including being on time, speaking to your mediator before hand, and even bringing snacks to the meeting. This … Continue reading

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People-oriented Mediation

Charlie Young, an experienced mediator, has come to learn that mediators often forget about the most important part of the mediation: the people. Everyone gets so caught up in the monetary and concrete topics surrounding mediation that they forget that … Continue reading

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Elements of a Successful Mediation Consultation

A mediation consultation can be an anxious time for clients. For most people, it is their first time in mediation and they simply do not know what to expect. In order to get the ball rolling towards a successful mediation, … Continue reading

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The Mediator’s Ethical Filter

There are many times when a mediator is removed from the mediation process because he or she is not neutral or has a conflict of interest. Since neutrality is one of the cornerstones of the mediation process, using an ethical … Continue reading

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