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The Future of Mediation Project

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 This forum is dedicated to discussion of issues related to the Future of Mediation project, described below:The Future of Mediation This project, undertaken jointly by Noam Ebner and Alyson Carrel,…Continue

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Practical Tech Tools Course for Mediators and ADR Professionals

Started this discussion. Last reply by ADRhub.com - Creighton NCR Jul 9, 2013. 1 Reply

July 10th - August 7thTaught by: Dan Raineyhttp://www.thecenter.org/courses/ Continue

2013 ODR International Forum - Montreal!

Started May 12, 2013 0 Replies

Hi everyone -Registration for the International Forum on Online Dispute Resolution (Montreal June 16 - 18) is open at http://www.odr2013.orgThis…Continue

Associate Ombudsperson - UC Berkeley

Started Apr 23, 2013 0 Replies

Job Opportunity: University of California, BerkeleyAssociate Ombudsperson #15484 The Staff Ombuds Office is an independent department that provides informal conflict resolution and problem-solving…Continue

 

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Lainey Feingold commented on Noam Ebner's blog post ODR for All!
"Thanks for sharing our article!   Lainey"
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Build your negotiation counterpart a bridge to your side through use of Social Intuition

We’ve long known that to be a successful negotiator , it isn't enough to come up with a good offer. Great negotiators are able to engage their counterpart’s attitudes, emotions, and thinking patterns. Some of this has been captured in discussions of ‘empathy’ and ‘emotional intelligence,’ but much of it remains ineffable. Yup - it's vague enough, to require a vague word to describe it. In this…See More
Feb 14
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In Rod We Trust: Politics, Talking Sticks, and the Ongoing Crisis in Conflict Resolution

When I heard the reports last week of senators, meeting in a bipartisan effort to open the government, using a talking stick, my first thought was ‘that’s cute’. My second response was a sense of disquiet, which I didn’t know to pin down. It has nothing to do with the method itself – I’ve used talking objects myself; in fact, I’ve used them in working with groups long before studying…See More
Jan 29
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Negotiating via Text Messaging

We all negotiate via text messaging.Perhaps, for some, this only occurs on the fringes of negotiation: a request to move the venue of a meeting, or to correct a typo on a contract. Others may recognize that they have negotiated the sale of a car or a house, elements of a job offer, or even professional negotiations through this medium. Certainly, many of the family-and-friends -related interactions that texts on negotiations use as examples are now conducted via text.  One way or another, look…See More
Jan 22
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The Future of Mediation Project

 This forum is dedicated to discussion of issues related to the Future of Mediation project, described below:The Future of Mediation This project, undertaken jointly by Noam Ebner and Alyson Carrel, seeks to forecast the future of the mediation field and the practice of mediation. We’ve mapped out the change processes currently underway and identified the potential for changes in areas including: the provision of professional services, the actors in mediation processes, the design and delivery…See More
Oct 11, 2017
Noam Ebner commented on Noam Ebner's blog post Technology is changing negotiators... and negotiation
"The original article discussed in the short article above has recently been published in the Journal of Dispute Resolution, and can be downloaded here. "
Aug 8, 2017
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Technology is changing negotiators... and negotiation

Always nice when your work gets picked up by Harvard! Below is an article in the June 2017 issue of PON's Negotiation Briefings.See More
Aug 8, 2017
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Seeking Pasta Wars Translations!

Many of you have participated in the Pasta Wars simulation, and I've shared it, in the past, on ADRHub. Some of you have been kind enough to write (on the Hub, or privately) of your own work with the the simulation. So, I turn to you as I seek to make the simulation accessible by a wider group of educators and trainers.I know many people have used this Prisoners Dilemma simulation-game in different frameworks,…See More
Feb 27, 2017
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Student Writing Competition (JD and LLM students only, sorry :-( )

The Dispute Resolution Section of the New York State Bar Association and the American College of Civil Trial Mediators are proud to announce the inauguration of the NYSBA/ACCTM National Championship Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Student Writing Competition.A $10,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winning submittal as judged by the Editorial Board of the ACCTM American Journal of Mediation along with select Fellows of the College and members of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section.…See More
Feb 21, 2017
Noam Ebner commented on Noam Ebner's blog post Cooking with Conflict
"And a smaller scale example: This campaign from Canada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDuA9OPyp6I ;"
Feb 16, 2017
Noam Ebner commented on Noam Ebner's blog post Everything else in our lives has changed. What about negotiation?
Feb 15, 2017
John Lande commented on Noam Ebner's blog post Everything else in our lives has changed. What about negotiation?
"Hmm.  The link to my blog post doesn't seem to work.  So let me try again -- http://www.indisputably.org/?p=10342 ;"
Feb 14, 2017
John Lande commented on Noam Ebner's blog post Everything else in our lives has changed. What about negotiation?
"Noam is incredibly modest.  This article will be considered as a classic in our field, as I described in this post, Drop Everything and Read Noam's Masterpiece Right Now."
Feb 14, 2017
John Lande liked Noam Ebner's blog post Everything else in our lives has changed. What about negotiation?
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What is your profession and title?
Assistant Professor and Online Program Chair, Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, Creighton University School of Law
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
In addition to some 10+ years in mediation and negotiation practice, I've had the good fortune to teach these topics in beautiful places around the world. Most recently, I've been concentrating my teaching in one of the most beautiful places of them all: the Internet.
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
I'm looking forward to seeing how social and professional connections are formed between the wonderful people in this field, and to learn how to better the flow of knowledge and relationships in the online world.
Do you/your company have a website?
http://law.creighton.edu/wernerinstitute
What else do you want to tell the ADRhub.com community (what you are up to, what you would like to do in ADR, etc.)
Feel free to follow my work on SSRN!
http://ssrn.com/author=425153

Noam Ebner's Blog

ODR for All!

Posted on June 11, 2018 at 5:53pm 1 Comment

In ODR for All, put out on Mediate.come, David Larson and Lainey Feingold explain the need for Online Dispute Resolution systems to be designed with digital accessibility and disability accommodation in mind, right from the start. 

Summer Institute on Intercultural Communication with Michelle LeBaron & Karenjot Randhawa

Posted on June 11, 2018 at 5:48pm 0 Comments

Check out this workshop, entitled "Eye of the storm: Facilitating complex conversations in the midst of tumult," which will be given on July 16th-20th in Portland, Oregon. Flyer.pdf

Call for Proposals: Grad Student Research at ACR Annual Conference

Posted on June 11, 2018 at 5:43pm 0 Comments

Call for Proposals

Graduate Student Research Panels at

Association for Conflict Resolution

2018 Annual Conference…

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Getting to Yes Exercise: A Trisolan Map

Posted on April 9, 2018 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Once you have finished reading the assigned material from Getting to Yes, conduct the 'A Trisolan Map' exercise.

This exercise is designed to help you make the jump from understanding the innovative method you have learned to actually applying it - before you engage in negotiation simulations or in any real-life negotiations you have going on in your life right now.

This exercise has the benefits of being ungraded, and a solo activity (as opposed to the…

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Comment Wall (10 comments)

At 3:47pm on August 23, 2010, Susan M Diehl said…
Hi Noam! Ready for a new cohort to come in and engage you in lively debate about the Prisoner's Dilemma?
At 10:32am on August 24, 2010, Kim Hubble said…
Hey there! Thanks for friending me!!
At 7:20am on January 12, 2011, Deena Ramadan said…
Thanks Noam!
At 4:25am on March 19, 2011, David Silvera said…

  Thank you.

 

 

david

At 1:23am on March 21, 2011, Scott Clark said…
Thanks Noam!!
At 8:15am on July 22, 2011, John C. Turley said…
Shalom Noam:
I co-mediated the other day with a senior mediator who conducted the session contrary to most of what I learned at CU. Instead of following the principles of facilitative mediation, it was a gestalt session in the former, transformative and evaluative mediation. The mediator openly took sides with the plaintiff. Further, the mediator lectured both parties on "right conduct" and following the righteous path. A settlement was reached;however, this would be an interesting case study in what not to do. My head is still spinning. My plan is to avoid her in the future since I have enough bad habits already. I thought that you would be amused and certainly not aghast since you've probably seen and heard everything at this point. HOK A CHAINIK

JCT
At 7:12am on September 25, 2011, Firas Alsalih said…

Hi Noam,  Thanks for accepting my friend request.  I am very new to ADRHub and the ADR community, but I have applied to the online MS NDR program at the Werner Institute, so I hope we have a chance to meet (online and in person) in the very near future.  I am very excited about joining the program, and from the extensive research I've done, you certainly have developed one of the best online programs in the field.

Best regards,

Firas Alsalih

At 12:46am on October 21, 2011, Michael Hexner said…
Thanks for the death match, the ride and then class, not necessarily in that order. It's all been so much more than I expected...grudge match is on the slate...
At 4:21pm on October 26, 2011, Alec C. Stetzer said…
L-R - Benjamin, Me, Patrick, Morgan, Erin, Katherine
At 2:18am on May 7, 2012, Arik Segal said…

Thanks for the welcome Noam! Looking forward for learning more about this platform..

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