November 30th, 2017

Is there a correct way to handle conflict? What are the effects of poor conflict management? Conflict in the workplace might be inevitable, as employees have different personalities, goals, and opinions. Conflict management is one of the core trainings we offer for managers and supervisors. Learning how to handle conflict efficiently is a necessary skill for anyone in management and the key to preventing it from hindering employees’ professional growth. Conflict resolution is only a five-step…

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October 17th, 2017

Common Mediation Questions   Mediation is a great way to solve traditional legal Common Mediation Questions disputes and can be a much cheaper, quicker and more pleasant process than litigation. Not too many people are very familiar with mediation, however, and most people have questions about whether the process is right for them. Here are some of the most common mediation questions and their answers. Can my case be mediated? Typically, only civil cases can be mediated. The…

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September 21st, 2017

Mediation Path will help you develop mediated solutions to the personal and business conflicts in your life. You can mediate no matter where you already are in the process – before or after deciding on divorce/separation, or when a dispute arises in your business or relationship, before engaging attorneys, or during the process of negotiating with attorneys or with the help of a therapist. Mediation is a safe, neutral and voluntary process to resolve a variety of neighbor, workplace and…

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June 28th, 2016

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Most developmental psychologists agree that what differentiates leaders is not so much their philosophy of leadership, their personality, or their style of management. Rather, it’s their internal “action logic”—how they interpret their surroundings and react when their power or safety is challenged. Relatively few leaders, however, try to understand their own action logic, and fewer still have explored the possibility of changing it. They should, because we’ve found that leaders…

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