Monthly Archives: March 2010

Joe Folger Interviewed about Transformative Mediation

Joseph Folger Below is a recent podcast interview of Joe Folger, the co-originator of the transformative mediation model.  It aired on February 16, 2o10 on Negotiate! a show on blog talk radio.  This is an excellent resource both for mediators … Continue reading

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Spirituality & Mediation

In this video, Zena Zumeta says that family and work are at the heart of who we are as people.  She goes on to stress the importance of working with the process and letting go of outcome.  I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Decluttering Web Pages

Arc90 is a New York based application and design firm that has an extremely useful tool for reading web pages. It works with Internet Explorer, Safari and Firefox.  Watch this video to learn more: more about “Readability – An Arc90 … Continue reading

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Human Fallibility

This from a piece in the online version of Tricycle magazine: We can never trace the ultimate consequence of our choices, but it’s safe to conclude that whatever we decide to do will be fraught with certain error and fall … Continue reading

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Nonviolent Communication

Here’s an interesting seven minute video from the Nonviolent Communication Blog illustrating parenting with non-violent or compassionate communication skills. more about “The Nonviolent Communication Blog » P…“, posted with vodpod

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‘Get Divorces Out of Court’

Here is an excellent piece on how to deal with family conflict (H/T: Debra Healey) written by Bruce Peterson, a self-described spiritual progressive and a judge in Minneapolis; he was the presiding judge of the Hennepin County Family Court from  … Continue reading

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