Book Club Version 3: Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model by Cinnie Noble

 
We are happy to announce the popular book club will be back June 1st.  This book will be Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model.  

The author, Cinnie Noble, will be the co-moderator for this addition of the book club allowing you the unique chance to not only engage other professionals but also the author!
An added benefit to purchasing her book and being part of the club is Cinnie donates a portion of the proceeds to Mediators Beyond Borders.
About the book:

Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model is a comprehensive and dynamic book about coaching people on a one-on-one basis, to improve their skills for managing and engaging in their interpersonal disputes. The text not only describes the research-based coaching model that uniquely combines conflict management, coaching and neuroscience principles. It also shares many forms and ideas that support a coaching practice.

Conflict Management Coaching is aimed at coaches, mediators and other conflict management practitioners, HR professionals, leaders, lawyers, psychologists, social workers and others who work with people in conflict.

Read more about the book and where to purchase it here:

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Hello Book Club Members:

I am looking so forward to interacting with you during the month of June for ADRHub's virtual book club- featuring my book Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model.

 

My co-moderator is Tammy Lenski who is a dear colleague and incredible contributor to the ADR field. Before our first club 'meeting', Tammy will tell you about herself - for those of you who may not know her -  and I will share a little about me too.

 

AS you know, the 'meetings' take the form of on-line discussions. If you have a chance to read the Introduction and Chapter 1 of the book for the first week, please do. Each week during the month of June we'll focus on 2 chapters. On a weekly basis, one or both of us will pose a few questions beginning June 3 and moderate the conversations as they unfold.However, if you have other questions you want to ask about the book or the concepts -  outside of the 2 chapters of the week -  please feel free to post those whenever you wish.

 

By the way the book is currently available in soft copy (http://tinyurl.com/conflictcoaching) and will be available in digital format in a few weeks (I am hoping).If you want notice of when that occurs, please contact me directly at info@cinergycoaching,com and just put the words - Digital Format -  in the Subject line.

 

If you have any questions or comments before June 3, please post them here or contact me directly if you prefer (cinnie@cinergycoaching.com).

 

Oh, and I am sorry to say you will have to bring your own refreshments :)

 

Warm regards,

Cinnie

www.cinergycoaching.com

Hello everyone -- and Cinnie! I'm delighted to be part of the book club discussion of Cinnie's wonderful book and look forward to our conversations in June. Cinnie's book is a must-read so those of you participating are in for a treat.

I'll tell you a bit more about myself later but for now just wanted to say hello and welcome!

Tammy

The ADR Book Club is an excellent forum for expanding one's knowledge in our field.  It is invigorating to meet new friends and to review the various perspectives that spring forth from the discussions.  From the previous sessions, the discussion leaders do a superb job of stimulating further thought and reflection.  I highly endorse the ADR Book Club and I look forward to participating in the upcoming session.  I just ordered the book and I am excited about using the new ideas in my mediation sessions.  This is one of the ways to grow as a professional within our dynamic field.  Take every opportunity to learn from the leaders that you meet.  A Creighton education with the guidance of subject matter experts is a powerful combination.

John C. Turley, MS 2010 

I am so sorry I just realized that I put a comma and not a period in the email address to send to if you would like information on when the book is out in digital format.  The correct email is info@cinergycoaching.com.

Thank you John and I am looking forward to beginning our discussions to-day. 


 
John C. Turley said:

The ADR Book Club is an excellent forum for expanding one's knowledge in our field.  It is invigorating to meet new friends and to review the various perspectives that spring forth from the discussions.  From the previous sessions, the discussion leaders do a superb job of stimulating further thought and reflection.  I highly endorse the ADR Book Club and I look forward to participating in the upcoming session.  I just ordered the book and I am excited about using the new ideas in my mediation sessions.  This is one of the ways to grow as a professional within our dynamic field.  Take every opportunity to learn from the leaders that you meet.  A Creighton education with the guidance of subject matter experts is a powerful combination.

John C. Turley, MS 2010 

Good morning, Cinnie and everyone! I promised a brief bio before we dive in. Here it is:

A former college dean and vice president, I founded Tammy Lenski LLC, a full-time conflict resolution and negotiation consulting firm serving organizations and individuals worldwide, in 1997. I've been mediating, coaching, consulting, and training since that time.

I served for a decade on the core faculty of the nationally recognized Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies program at Woodbury College. I'm presently a guest lecturer at Lipscomb University’s Institute for Conflict Management in Nashville and a faculty member in Marlboro College Graduate School’s Health Care Administration program, where I teach negotiation and conflict resolution.

My 2008 book, Making Mediation Your Day Job, is available in print and digital editions worldwide and I'm proud that it's won several publisher and independent press awards. I've been blogging conflict resolution at Lenski.com since 2002.

I live in NH with my husband, Rod, a college professor. If you care about my full bio, you can find it at http://lenski.com/bio/.

Hi Cinnie,

I'm looking forward to the book club and the discussions with you! I actually talked to you in August 2010 when I interviewed you about the CINERGY model, the premises it is based on, how it works, measuring success, etc. It's great to be able to work with you again! Congratulations on the book, too!

Best regards, Andre

How great to hear from you Andre and yes, I do recall the interview.

Thank you for the congratulations on the book and for joining in on these discussions.  I look forward to more conversations.
Andre Jackson said:

Hi Cinnie,

I'm looking forward to the book club and the discussions with you! I actually talked to you in August 2010 when I interviewed you about the CINERGY model, the premises it is based on, how it works, measuring success, etc. It's great to be able to work with you again! Congratulations on the book, too!

Best regards, Andre

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