Measuring success of community mediation is subjective. Success can and should be measured based on participant and community satisfaction, the sense of fairness, and longevity of resolution. It is difficult, but not impossible, to measure these perceptions.
This article is part two in a four-part series examining the mechanics in building successful community mediation. Is the process perceived as fair, and does mediation have the potential to achieve justice for the community?
The Community Mediation Process: Part One - Planning, Preparation and Design, Process, Evaluation and Monitoring. Community conflict is a fact of life. This year has created new and critical challenges that fuel social and cultural unrest. Many communities are turning to mediation as a way to achieve understanding, resolve conflict and create a better future... Continue Reading →
Be informed, selective and informed to find a revered arbitrator that express qualities in ethics, knowledge and organizational strength.
Jeff Sachs – “Lessons in Peace Making” seems an appropriate tribute to this Presidents Day. It was the Cuban Missile Crises of 1962. The key take away from this great read is that when the majority of decision makers felt that proliferation had reached a point of no return and that peace could not be achieved, President John F Kennedy’s vision was different.
Mediation is an essential skill for managers as they encounter conflict management situations almost daily. These skills offer managers structure to identify and deal with conflict.
Conflict resolution and dealing with anger in the workplace is one of the most difficult and awkward processes a supervisor/manager/director must face. We suggest 5 steps to deal with anger in the workplace.