Conflict may arise in any situation where people are in contact.
A number of people offer training in mediation; unfortunately a lot of hot air comes with it. We offer you a very concentrated and demanding training and practice.
Those who have learned basic mediation often want a superstructure in the form of advanced methods. We want to give you that superstructure.
The empathetic mediation model that dominates ordinary training is not useful to all parties. Perhaps only 2/3 of the parties can benefit from it. If you want to get your settlement rate high (over 90% without pushing the parties), you need to learn additional methods that do not require much empathy. You have to learn::
Narrative mediation and
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THANK YOU !!! Hans. Your guidelines have proved their value. I never realized the existence of so many ways in mediation. Now I can design ways that benefit my parties best. This is marvellous. Being a mediator for 8 years your lessons have convinced me that I still have much to learn. I did not know that there were so many similarities between systemic and narrative mediation; and yet so many differences. The way you describe the differences and similarities between transformative mediation and community/social/generic mediation created clarity that I've been looking for a very long time. Your presentation of the micro dynamics and their importance has changed the way I work with conflicts completely.
To practice these postmodern mediation methods one must understand the theory behind and think of an alternative way. But then the reward waits.
Start your mediation with empathetic mediation, but get the last 1/3 of the parties on board by offering systemic, narrative or transformative mediation.
We will, with this website and our free e-mail course, help you become a better mediator.
We want to fit you out to make a difference, whether you need to help yourself or you want to mediate between other parties.
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In 1992, Doctor of Laws Hans Boserup, who is behind mediator.dk, imported mediation to Denmark. He has been practising mediation since, is the author of several textbooks and has taught mediation at several universities internationally. He is internationally considered as the one with the widest foundation and the widest experience in mediation.
When I supplemented empathetic (generic) mediation with systemic, narrative and transformative mediation, my settlement rate increased from 70% to 95% without pushing the parties.
Conflict resolution by mediation can be used for all kinds of conflicts - including conflict of laws. Eg.: Conflicts inside in companies, organizations and institutions. Conflicts between institutions and citizens. Bullying at workplace and at school. in construction and construction, mediation is used both for prevention conflict through partnering and for settlement of specific conflicts. Partnering implies compliance with quality, time and price as well as job satisfaction. Conflicts in the school world involve children, teachers, management and parents across the board.
Mediation is often the only sustainable way out of the conflicts.
Mediation is performed in quite different ways. The starting points can be as different as, for example: emotional experiences, risk assessment, communication and postmodern thinking and decision making. Different kinds of mediation lead to different course and outcome. There are not many who know.
Unresolved conflicts are the source of discomfort, stress, illness and other absence. Unresolved conflicts cost money - a lot of money.
Conflicts are not a question of if; but about when. The art is more about getting well through the conflicts than avoiding them.
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The basic principles of mediation
Mediation is always voluntary for the parties who at any time may leave the negotiations..
Mediation is based in confidentiality. This applies both to the parties as well as to the mediator.
The mediator is neutral and does not come with pre-determined proposals to resolve the conflict.
The mediator does not come with any legal assessment of the conflict.
The mediator manages and directs the negotiations.
What kind of conflicts can be resolved by mediation?
Both conflicts that may be brought before the courts and conflicts that as a rule do not get to that point, are suitable for mediation, for example:
Business Conflicts of breach of contract.
Conflicts in companies with more than one owner (eg. Medical practices, accountancies or lawyer partnerships) on motion or resolution.
Conflicts in the workplace between groups / departments, or individuals.
Conflicts related to inheritance matters, neighbor disputes, etc.
Conflicts related to the dissolution of marriage.
Conflicts in schools and educational institutions.
With certain types of conflicts the final result cannot be achieved by debate alone. Consider, for instance. separation by mediation. The parties may agree on whether they want a divorce and the terms.
How long time does a mediation take?
Most mediation negotiations can be completed in a single day or a few meetings. The meetings usually last from a few hours to an entire day. A mediation can begin quickly, and although there may be several meetingsinvolved, it can be completed within a time frame of a few weeks or at most a few months.
A solution is good:
When both parties feel like winners.
When both parties' interests and needs are taken into account.
When there are more costs to breaking the agreement than in keeping it.
When the parties can have a good mutual relationship in the future.
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