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Mallory Stevens LLC -- Mediation & Conflict Resolution Consulting
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The Impact of Emotion in Negotiation
No reason to let emotions get the better of us in negotiation and sabotage our chances for a positive outcome. Here's a new article of mine, "THE IMPACT OF EMOTION IN NEGOTIATION," co-authored with Alexander Zimmer, Esq., published in The RESOLVER, the Alte...
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Everyone wants to feel heard Conflict Resolution 101 By Mallory Stevens “ I was the one who
spent years taking care of mom when she was sick and there’s no way you’re getting that money.” “Enough with
the texting already!” “ Really ? That’s
the dumbest idea...
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The Value of the Organizational Ombuds in Gender-Related Issues in the Workplace
[This article originally appeared in the November 2012 issue of The Independent Voice , a publication of the International Ombudsman Association.) By Mallory J. Stevens An organizational ombuds office can be an indispensable, valuable resource and important...
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Why Litigate When You Can Mediate? -- Mediation Saves Money, Time & Stress
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condo board with a multimillion-dollar lawsuit, three years of aggravation and ulcers
all around. Everyone wants to feel heard, and,
particularly in conflict – when emotions are often inflamed – it’s
easy for understanding to be compromised and agreement ...
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Compromising Positions
There’s a
well-known story in the field of conflict resolution that tells of two sisters
fighting over an orange. They argue back and forth, forth and back, about who
better deserves to have it.  The older one says she deserves it because
she’s older, the y...
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A Case for Mediation (as published in Huffington Post May 13, 2015)
A multimillion-dollar lawsuit, three years of aggravation and an ulcer to boot. Everyone wants to feel heard, and, particularly in conflict - when emotions are often inflamed - it's easy for understanding to be compromised and agreement to seem impossible. ...
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Active Listening: Everyone Wants to Feel "Heard" When it comes to effective communication, paying attention, a passive skill, is only part of the equation. One strives not only to be “mindful” of what the other is saying or otherwise communicating, but also...
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