Entries by Kevin Brown

Brexit And The Tragically Flawed Mediator

Kluwer Mediation Blog Kluwer Mediation Blog Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube BREXIT, CONFLICT, CROSS-BORDER MEDIATION, DIALOGUE, EUROPE, MEDIATION PROCESS Brexit And The Tragically Flawed Mediator Greg Bond/August 5, 2016 Bond & Bond Mediation and Coaching, Germany If Brexit were an ancient Greek tragedy, David Cameron would be the tragic hero. I woke up early on 24 […]

WORLD MEDIATION SUMMIT 2016 SUMMARY

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS AT THE THIRD WORLD MEDIATION SUMMIT 2016 Isabel Álvarez Martin1, Virginia Cifre Berenguer2, Ricardo Gandarias Tena3, Inés Martin-Palomino Diaz-Cordoves4 , Virginia Cifre Verenguer,(Traducción). ABSTRACT For the third consecutive year The World Mediation Summit 2016, entitled “THE ART OF MEDIATION: DESIGNING OUR DESTINY.” was held in Madrid, Spain at the Faculty of Law, […]

WMS 2016 Feedback-Kennedy Institute Research Group (KIWMRG), Ireland

Feedback from the three presenters of “Bridging the Gap between Workplace Mediation Research and Practice”, Kennedy Institute Research Group (KIWMRG), Ireland This was the first time that the KIWMRG had attended the World Mediation Summit although members of the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland have attended in the past. We presented to a number of the […]

MEDIATION AS AN ART: WHAT DAVINCI AND THE MASTER MEDIATOR HAVE IN COMMON

MEDIATION AS AN ART: WHAT DAVINCI AND THE MASTER MEDIATOR HAVE IN COMMON By Ana Sambold Leonardo di ser Piero da Davinci, more commonly known as Davinci was not only one of the greatest painters of all time. He was a brilliant philosopher, mathematician, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, engineer, geologist, astronomer, botanist, writer, historian, poet, cartographer, […]

Dealing with Cultural Barriers in Negotiations

Dealing with Cultural Barriers in Business Negotiations How to Overcome Cultural arriers to communication BY KATIE SHONK — ON MAY 19TH, 2016 If you negotiate regularly on the job, you probably have engaged in multiple business negotiations with counterparts from other cultures. Negotiating across cultures can significantly expand your organization’s reach and bring great rewards. Yet negotiating cross-culturally also […]

Interview-Lee Jay Berman, President American Institute of Mediation

Lee Jay Berman President, American Institute of Mediation   QUESTIONS   Please answer those questions you consider more appropriate:   What requirements do you think a good mediator should have?   I don’t think that mediators should have any requirements or prerequisites, other than a basic 40-100 hour mediation training course. Any other license or […]

A fresh start for peace in the Philippines?

A fresh start for peace in the Philippines? May 8 2016: The Philippines goes to the polls in a general election next week. Rey Ty asked Bishop Reuel Marigza if a change in government might jump-start a long-running peace process. The Role of the Church in the Peace Process Bishop Reuel Marigza is the General Secretary […]

Beverly R. Tarr updated Interview

Beverly R. Tarr QUESTIONS   Please answer those questions you consider more appropriate: What requirements do you think a good mediator should have?   A good mediator needs to be patient, non-judgmental, possess good interpersonal and reality testing skills. S/he must also be robust in controlling the process itself but not the outcome. A good […]

3RD ANNUAL WORLD MEDIATION SUMMIT-MADRID

by Florence de Vesvrotte 3RD ANNUAL WORLD MEDIATION SUMMIT-MADRID An international summit that makes Madrid THE meeting place for local and international mediators (www.worldmediationsummit.com For its 3rd year in a row, the World Mediation Summit is taking place in Madrid this coming June, at the prestigious Complutense University. Here is why you should attend. Conflict […]