Susan M Diehl
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  • Ann Arbor, MI
  • United States
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Susan M Diehl replied to John C. Turley's discussion Employment ideas for new mediation and ADR practictioners
"Sure John, I will be out of town on the 17th, but I have heard of the ANDRI offering.  Enjoy and make some great contacts."
Mar 2, 2011
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Mar 2, 2011
Susan M Diehl replied to ADRhub.com - Creighton NCR's discussion ADR Book Club: Read. Engage. Learn.
"Hi Jeff--I'm in.  Hope you're well!  Susan"
Mar 2, 2011
Susan M Diehl replied to John C. Turley's discussion Employment ideas for new mediation and ADR practictioners
"John, this was great advice.  Do you currently volunteer at a community mediation center?  I have worked with the Dispute Resolution Center in Ann Arbor since I have gone to Creighton.  I took my 40 hour training in Michigan there and…"
Mar 2, 2011
Susan M Diehl posted a blog post

Discipline: Are you Focused on your 95%?

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.comI was shocked recently as I read a blog entry on change by Tony Schwartz on the Harvard Business Review Online.  In it, he states that 95% of our behaviors are habitual, and only 5% are consciously self-selected.   How can this be?  Are we so programmed that we literally only choose to do things 5% of the time?  This hit home for me in particular, since I believe so strongly that…See More
Feb 9, 2011
Susan M Diehl and Yanira Alemán-Torres are now friends
Jan 31, 2011
Nathaniel Dean and Susan M Diehl are now friends
Nov 30, 2010
Susan M Diehl left a comment for Nathaniel Dean
"Hi Nate, I hope all is going well with your practicum and your work with the Navy. Welcome to the ADR Hub! Susan Diehl"
Nov 30, 2010
Susan M Diehl commented on Matthew J Starman's blog post Member Spotlight
"Lynsee, what a wonderful spotlight! I'm so happy to see that you have landed a position in the ADR field. That is terrific. I hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving and that your design business is going well. Take care and be well throughout…"
Nov 26, 2010
Jeff Thompson commented on Susan M Diehl's blog post Know who you are: Living your Values
"Susan, My condolences for your loss. Although i never met your your father, i assure you his values live on- in you you! I fortunate enough to know you and can honestly (and publicly) say you possess those same traits. I am happy you shared this…"
Nov 21, 2010
John C. Turley commented on Susan M Diehl's blog post Know who you are: Living your Values
"Susan, I will remember your father in my prayers. I have encountered the same disconnect between stated and actual values within the Fortune 100 Companies. It is disconcerting. JCT"
Nov 21, 2010
Susan M Diehl commented on Susan M Diehl's blog post Know who you are: Living your Values
"Thanks for your kind words Noam and Kipp."
Nov 20, 2010
Noam Ebner commented on Susan M Diehl's blog post Know who you are: Living your Values
"Susan - I'm so sorry to hear that. It was so powerful to hear how the way he lived his life rippled back to support you in these very hard days. Stay strong. Noam"
Nov 20, 2010
Kipp McKenzie commented on Susan M Diehl's blog post Know who you are: Living your Values
"Hello Mrs. Diehl, I am sorry to hear about your father. My condolences to you and your family. And this blog is right on target. One does need to live their values each day, and not be swayed by the negativity that permeates the fabric of the…"
Nov 19, 2010
Susan M Diehl posted a blog post

Know who you are: Living your Values

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.comIt seems that many employees are increasingly disgruntled by theiremployer’s failure to “walk the talk”. When an organization proclaimsit believes in something, but then behaves in a way that is contrary tothose beliefs, the results are dire. Just today, I heard an example of acompany communicating to its employees that it had instituted a processfor global sales to promote…See More
Nov 18, 2010
Susan M Diehl posted a blog post

The Power of One

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.comThe power of one: one voice, one direction, one result. I am speaking of the power of one team--aligned and guiding those around them swiftly, purposefully and cohesively. The results of sustained alignment are dramatic. How often have you seen teams performing at this highest level of alignment--not often I suspect. The reasons are varied: 1. No shared…See More
Sep 23, 2010

Profile Information

What is your profession and title?
Business Advisor and Mediator
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
Practicing lawyer for 20+ years, volunteer mediator, 100+ hours of mediation training, MS in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
What, if any, ADR organizations or groups do you belong to?
ABA Dispute Resolution Section, WCBA ADR Section, Michigan Bar ADR section
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
Referrals, information on mediation and ADR, professional community
Do you/your company have a website?
http://www.thebusinessmediator.com
What other ADR related sites do you visit?
mediate.com, aba.org

Susan M Diehl's Blog

Discipline: Are you Focused on your 95%?

Posted on February 9, 2011 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.com

I was shocked recently as I read a blog entry on change by Tony Schwartz on the Harvard Business Review Online.  In it, he states that 95% of our behaviors are habitual, and only 5% are consciously self-selected.   How can this be?  Are we so programmed that we literally only choose to do things 5% of the time?  This hit home for me in particular, since I believe so…

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Know who you are: Living your Values

Posted on November 18, 2010 at 8:01am 5 Comments

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.com



It seems that many employees are increasingly disgruntled by their employer’s failure to “walk the talk”. When an organization proclaims

it believes in something, but then behaves in a way that is contrary to

those beliefs, the results are dire. Just today, I heard an example of a

company communicating to its… Continue

The Power of One

Posted on September 23, 2010 at 2:56pm 0 Comments

Originally posted at www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.com





The power of one: one voice, one direction, one result. I am speaking of the power of one team--aligned and guiding those around them swiftly, purposefully and cohesively. The results of sustained alignment are dramatic. How often have… Continue

The Difference between Settlement and Resolution

Posted on August 5, 2010 at 9:59am 0 Comments

First published in www.thebusinessmediator.blogspot.com



Have you ever "resolved" an issue, only to have it rear its ugly head months, even years later? I recently met with someone who was involved

with a past conflict, and found that the interaction triggered

unanticipated anger, hurt and other emotions. The relationship, which I

had tried to keep intact, had a tail of lingering bad feelings. Why…
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Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 4:06pm on August 23, 2010, Noam Ebner said…
You reading my mind again? I was just working on intake-issues for the new group coming in! Looking forward to it, a great deal :-)
At 8:41am on October 27, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear SUSAN
I would like to greet you and be your friend, and collaborate

Samuel

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