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18 SEP 2016
Category: Mediation Author: Petros Zourdoumis Comments: 0

Applying Cynefin Complexity Theory to Mediation

Cynefin is a Welsh word that means we are influenced by multiple factors in our environment that we can never fully understand.  It is a good way to describe the complex world we are experiencing in this early part of the 21st century. Read a very interesting paper written by... 

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26 APR 2016
Category: Mediation Author: Petros Zourdoumis Comments: 1

Are we Missing the Point? – A Young Mediator’s Perspective about Mediation in India

There is a TV commercial going around which begins with flashes of hard-hitting questions such as: what is the age of the universe? What is the meaning of life? Etc. It then moves on to simpler questions like: What is your favourite colour? Do you like pizza…? Then, suddenly, the screen blacks out. You see a silhouette of a motorbike appearing from the dark with a deep voice in the background saying ...

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26 NOV 2015
Category: Mediation Author: Petros Zourdoumis Comments: 1

Five Reasons Why Mediation Should Be Offered in the Workplace

Mediation works very well for cases involving employment issues for a number of reasons such as savings in cost and time, maintenance of the employment relationship, confidentiality, improvement in the management functionality of your business and better morale among employees.

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27 MAY 2015
Category: Mediation Author: Petros Zourdoumis Comments: 0

Shadow Parties in Mediation

Author/Source/Copyright: Jean-Marie Crahan, ADR Attorney, Mediator, Arbitrator, Special Master

In mediation that occurs as a part of the litigation process the attorneys for the parties and the parties themselves must appear.  At times, however, resolution may be hard to reach if there is someone else upon whom an individual relies for...

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15 MAR 2015
Category: Mediation Author: Petros Zourdoumis Comments: 0

Minnesota Considers Moving Divorce out of Court

Source/Author/Copyright: Dan Simon  http://www.transformativemediation.org

“In our culture, court means contest – it means a fight. . . we’ve culturally viewed divorce as a battle” says Bill Doherty. Doherty is a longtime marriage and family therapist and the former head of the University of Minnesota’s Graduate Marriage and Family Therapy Program. Last week, he introduced... 

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