The mediation process: practical strategies for resolving conflict
Provides mediators and other professionals who use mediationsuch as lawyers, therapists, and personnel managerswith comprehensive, step-by-step instruction in effective dispute resolution strategies.
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How Mediation Works
Initial Contacts with the Disputing Parties
Selecting a Strategy to Guide Mediation
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