Thank you for inviting John Sturrock to join you at the recent workshop. John really enjoyed his time with you, and hopes that the insights which were shared will be useful to you going forward.
(John’s visit was sponsored by the New Zealand Law Foundation.)
The slides from the workshop are here. We shall be grateful if you would treat these as provided for your private use.
Here are some further resources which we hope you may find useful:
- Respectful Dialogue – John’s TEDx talk
- The Mediator’s Log: Read the story of a mediation from the mediator’s perspective, following a day in the life of a mediator from beginning to end.
- John’s Blog has some regular insights into the field of mediation and conflict management, including Building Blocks for Achieving the Best Result in Mediation, Mediation Games, Key Learning Points from Recent Mediations, and Dealing with Apparent Intransigence.
- Making the Best of Mediation: What marks out lawyers who do really well for clients in mediation? Recent article in the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland
- Johns chapter on leadership in mediation from David Richbell’s latest book, How to Master Commercial Mediation.
- John’s recent policy piece on Making Better Use of Mediation to Resolve Disputes in Scotland. (The original was published in Justice Matters: Essays on Improving Scotland’s Justice System)
- Black and white…or shades of grey? John’s article in Perspectives magazine about the framing of the Scottish independence referendum question
- Thinking Differently: Making a Difference Using Mediation Core’s book, published on our 10 year anniversary, represents an inspiring reflection on the way mediation can change how we do things – excerpts available.
- Our Resources page, which features videos, publications and other material you might find useful
- Reading List: Core’s extended list of recommended books
- Collaborative Scotland – this website, set up by John and Core for the independence referendum, is full of useful resources about dialogue and constructive conversations. We recommend it!
- Core e-Newsletter: click here to read our June newsletter – if you would like to receive future editions, please enter your name and email at the bottom of this page to subscribe