Royal London Group Negotiation Skills Day:
Finding Constructive Solutions to Difficult Problems
John Sturrock enjoyed working with you on 19 May. We hope it was useful!
To access the slides from the workshop, click here. We shall be grateful if you would treat these as provided for your private use.
- John’s article on human due diligence
- A review of William Ury’s Getting to Yes – with Yourself by John Sturrock, which originally appeared in The Scotsman.
- Core’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)
- The Mediator’s Log: Read the story of a mediation day from the mediator’s perspective, gaining a view of the process from beginning to end
- John’s Blog has some regular insights into the field of mediation and conflict management.
Some books John referred to – and a few others:
- “Mediating Dangerously”, by Kenneth Cloke
- “The Dance of Opposites: Explorations in Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution Systems”, by Kenneth Cloke
- “Manuscript Found in Accra”, by Paulo Coelho
- “The Art of Thinking Clearly”, by Rolf Dobelli
- “Humble Inquiry: The Gentle Art of Asking Instead of Telling”, by Edgar Schein
- “Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-System to Eco-System Economies”, by C. Otto Scharmer and Katrin Kaufer
- “Together: the Rituals, Pleasures and Politics of Cooperation”, by Richard Sennett
- “Mandela’s Way: Lessons on Life”, by Richard Stengel
- “Getting to Yes” Fisher, Roger Fisher and William Ury
- “Getting to Yes with Yourself”, William Ury
We are running a Summer School entitled Using Mediation Skills as a Leader: more information here.
The Challenge of Climate Change
John mentioned our events next week. Just in case these are of interest, click here!
If you have any questions at all about using mediation, please contact our Manager of Mediation Services, Miriam Haboubi.