Problem Solving/Conflict Resolution:
The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution’s Guide to Dispute Resolution Processes can educate you on dispute resolution processes commonly used to resolve legal, community, school, public policy and many other types of disputes.
Bibliography of Recent Scholarship on ADR, by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, is a great tool to access current research on the field.
Got Conflict? – Download or stream this show to learn how to unravel your problems.
You’ve Figured Out What’s Wrong in the Office – Now What? Download this podcast to learn how to identify and respond to common workplace conflicts.
“How to Work with Someone Who Never Stops Competing,” by Zena Zumeta.
Download or stream this podcast on the Circle of Conflict. This concept is a great tool for learning how to analyze the sources of common and complex problems.
This archived podcast is outlines how you can use the Nested Theory of Conflict to understand the scale and scope of common to complex conflicts.
Pattie Porter, the Texas Conflict Coach, provides excellent weekly webradio episodes on all facets of conflict resolution and common conflicts.
Mediate Don’t Litigate: Part One -The High Cost of Going to Court
Mediate Don’t Litigate: Part Two – The Romance of Litigation
So You Are Going to Mediation – How Do You Prepare?
Professional mediators talk about Season 2 of the network television show Fairly Legal
Beyond the Myths, by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, provides answers to the most common myths and barriers to the use of mediation.
Frequently Asked Questions about Mediation and Negotiation, by Mediate.com
Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators, by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, is a great tool to evaluate the performance of any mediator.
The Role Of Attorneys In The Mediation Process, by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution, is a valuable resource for any counsel participating in mediation.
What is Conflict Resolution, by the Association for Conflict Resolution, provides an overview of conflict resolution processes.
Below is my webinar on this topic for Creighton University’s ADR Hub:
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Being-in-Movement®, created by Dr. Paul Linden, will teach you to develop an integrated mindbody state that embodies grace, power and radiant awareness to help improve performance. Informed by the Japanese Martial art of Aikido, BIM approaches the body as both an objective process governed by rules of physics and biology and a subjective process of lived consciousness governed by rules of awareness, emotion and energy. I began my training in the Japanese martial art of Aikido with Dr. Linden over a decade ago, and most recently, was awarded Level One training in BIM by Dr. Linden in March 2010. Paul is a wonderful teacher and a true innovator.
Mark Walsh at Integration Training offers excellent resources and coaching on somatics. His Youtube channel is an invaluable resource for easy to understand clips on the value and application of somatic skills.