Conflict Resolution & Nonverbal Communication Suggested Readings

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I will be presenting at the 10th annual ACRGNY (Association for Conflict Resolution- Greater New York Chapter) Conference this Thursday, June 23 starting at 8am.

My presentation is titled "Nonverbal Communication & Conflict Resolution: It Does Matter!"

For those attending (and even if you are not), here's some suggested reading and viewing prior to attending the workshop:

Mediation Failures to Be Blamed on Chairs (Mediate.com- article)

Brief Explanation of the METTA Acronym (NonverbalPhD.com- article)

Semiotics of Nonverbal Communication (NonverbalPhd.com- presentation)

Adaptors (self & object) (NonverbalPhD.com- articles)

Free Coffee & Rapport (Mediate.com- article)

Reflective Practice For Mediators (EnjoyMediation.com- video)

What Your Body Is Saying About You (Tweed Daily News- article)

[Register for the event HERE] [Read more on the event HERE] [Workshop descriptions HERE]

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Comment by Nicole Bohe on June 21, 2011 at 10:13pm
I read the Tweed Daily piece and had a question. It's going to sound sarcastic in writing, but it's not. How do you differentiate uncomfortableness and just bad habits - playing with jewelry or your hair can just be nerves/bad habits and not always indicate they are uncomfortable...right?
Comment by Jonathan M. Hernandez on June 22, 2011 at 2:15pm
Hey Jeff i read the tweed article, I must say, reading body language is no doubt one of my personal favorites when engaging in conversation. It says a lot about character, and permits us (the body language reader) to react accordingly.

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