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  • Say Yes in a NegotiationOctober 16, 2017

    How to Say Yes in a Negotiation Lots of negotiation texts make a lot of the concept of being able to disagree without being disagreeable. Given significantly less attention is the concept of been able to agree without being disagreeable or how to say yes in a negotiation. In this post I’m going to r … Read more »

  • Life Saving Negotiation: A Case StudySeptember 7, 2017

    Highly persuasive negotiation techniques that allow you to continue the conversation while looking for an agreement are important in a myriad of circumstances. One of the most obvious examples of when highly persuasive techniques are important are when you undertake a life saving negotiation. In his … Read more »

  • Spectrum of Mediation: Facilitative MediationSeptember 5, 2017

    This is the long over due second of a three part series on the spectrum of mediation. If you missed it, check out part one on evaluative mediation.The spectrum of mediation hosts three main types or styles of mediation. They flow from the most direction and influence from the mediator to the least. … Read more »

  • 3 Mediation Location RulesAugust 22, 2017

    I was asked by a client where their mediation should be performed. It got me thinking that I should probably share what goes into the decision about mediation location. For me it’s pretty much an even split on the question of who books the location for a mediation. Sometimes it’s the parties and oth … Read more »

  • Mediator Codes of Conduct CanadaAugust 15, 2017

    Mediator Codes of Conduct Canada Mediators in Ontario are not regulated by legislation. However, all three professional organizations for mediators require members to abide by mediator codes of conduct. Two of the organizations, Ontario Association of Family Mediators (OAFM) and Family Dispute Resol … Read more »