What's Happening in Conflict Resolution [08.19.14]

"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].

A Cheat Sheet (infographic) for Negotiation In Different Cultures

Crisis Negotiation Techniques in Terrorist Incidents: It’s Been 10 ...

Ten years ago terrorists in Beslan, a town in North Ossetia Russia, seized a school full of children, in what is still one of the deadliest terrorist incidents to have occurred.  The incident provides valuable insight with respect to crisis and hostage negotiations that can assist negotiators and government officials to be better prepared if they were to be involved in a similar situation where negotiating with terrorists could be the best option to ensure the least amount of casualties are suffered. 

Read more [HERE]. 

Simulation game for international conflict resolution & negotia...

Noam Ebner- I’d like to share a simulation I’ve  recently written with co-authors Yael Efron and Nellie Munin: FlashPoint: Syria, 2014. FlashPoint is a simulation-game constructed as a teaching-tool for the topics of conflict analysis and resolution, collaboration, negotiation, mediation and public international law – or any blend of these topics.

The scenario is primarily fictitious – but still, it blends in and incorporates real events, history and detail, forming a ‘pseudo-reality’: a situation familiar enough to spark interest, motivation and identification, yet controlled and delineated to allow for maximum learning and skill-building (for more on this method, see this piece). Set, as it is, in a scenario right out of today’s headlines - the ongoing upheaval in Syria - it offers students the sense of applying their analysis and skills to real-world problems. 

Read more [HERE]. 

DVD - Practical Tips for Family and Divorce Mediators

Justine Borer- I'm pleased to announce that a DVD version of her seminar Practical Tips for Family and Divorce Mediators is now available for purchase on the Seminars page of her website www.justineborer.com.

The goal of Practical Tips for Family and Divorce Mediators is distinct.  Ms. Borer focuses on all aspects of the mediation process except for the mediation itself.  Viewers learn how to navigate the mediation business process, from the initial phone call to the signing of the Judgment of Divorce. Topics include billing, how to explain the mediation process to parties at the consultation, the role of consulting and review attorneys, websites, and marketing.

Read more [HERE]. 

It doesn't matter if you are attending the ACR Conference, you won't want to miss the out the audio podcast series featuring conference presenters below:

Listen Here: Ryan O'Connell- Reactive Devaluation

Listen Here: Darrell Puls & Stephanie Hixon- Building Harmony in Houses of Worship: Resolving Conflicts in Religious Communities

Listen Here: Patricia Porter, Melissa Marosy and Debra Healy

Eileen Barker- In this series, Eileen will show you step-by-step how to end the pain and suffering for once and for all. Discover how the power of forgiveness can enable you to heal your heart, heal your relationships — even those that are the most challenging — and heal your life!

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