"What's Happening in Conflict Resolution" is a weekly round up of the all the ADR news, jobs, events and more. Check it out each week and view past versions [HERE]
Cinnie Noble- When a judge in a court makes a decision on legal issues in dispute she or he considers many things depending on the situation. It may be the relevant case law, statutes, written and oral evidence provided, witness statements, and other information. Decisions judges make are not always straightforward, and sometimes we may be shocked at their determinations on cases.
When we, who are not judges, make judgments about other people, we do so with far less data.
The Court Navigator Program trains college students, law students and other persons deemed appropriate by the Program to assist unrepresented litigants, who are appearing in Nonpayment proceedings in theResolution Part of Housing Court or the Consumer Debt Part of the Civil Court.
(Michael Wheeler, Professor of Management Practice Harvard Business School/From 250Words.com)
To become a more effective negotiator, stretch yourself. If you’re strong analytically, read about emotional intelligence. If you’re up to date on behavior research, dive into history to explore the tight connection between negotiation and leadership. (Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Team of Rivals is the place to start.) In that spirit I offer an eclectic collection of negotiation books, some better known than others, some of which may give you a new slant on this all important domain.
See what ADR experts are saying about CPR's new Rules, effective July 1, 2013.
in the month of March, held every Tuesday night from 7:00-7:30 pm CST/8:00-8:30 pm EST.
To participate, go to the designated link for each program or call-in live at 347-324-3591347-324-3591.
March 4th : Negotiation 101: Building Blocks for Getting What You Need
Co-Hosts: Pattie Porter and Stephen Kotev
March 11th: Conflict's Powerful Magnets: Identity, Emotions and Power
Guests: Zena Zumeta and Tricia Jones.
March 18th: Mediation Station - Deep Talk, Deeper Understanding
Guest: Gregg Fenten
March 25th : Navigating the Family Business Landscape
Guest: Ann L. Begler
Tom A. Kosakowski- IOA sponsors an annual writing competition designed to invite fresh academic insight on the role of the Organizational Ombuds, foster cross-pollination with other professional and academic communities, and endorse talent in the next generation of Organizational Ombuds.
News, Jobs, Events & More
Popular from last week: