Basic Skills for the New Mediator

Basic Skills for the New Mediator

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by Allan H. Goodman
     
 

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Basic Skills for the New Mediator provides "hands-on" instruction by an experienced mediator. The question-and-answer format is appropriate for self-instruction and for use as a training text. The questions are those asked by new trainees, and they are organized in chronological order of the mediation process. If you want to learn how to mediate, this

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Basic Skills for the New Mediator provides "hands-on" instruction by an experienced mediator. The question-and-answer format is appropriate for self-instruction and for use as a training text. The questions are those asked by new trainees, and they are organized in chronological order of the mediation process. If you want to learn how to mediate, this book gives the beginner the essential skills and provides valuable tips for experienced mediators.

Editorial Reviews

Nat. Institute for Dispute Resolution News
A methodical introduction . . . provides a detailed outline of what to expect, what to plan for, and possible flash points. -- (April, 1997)
Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution
. . . provides a no-nonsense resource which will be valuable to . . . a mediator long after he or she is "new."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780967097336
Publisher:
Solomon Publications
Publication date:
09/28/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
110
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Allan H. Goodman is an experienced mediator, arbitrator and a Judge on the United States Civilian Board of Contract Appeals. He is the author of the companion volume BASIC SKILLS FOR THE NEW ARBITRATOR.

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Basic Skills for the New Mediator 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the first edition of this book until my copy fell apart. I was delighted to see that Judge Goodman has written a revised second edition of Basic Skills for the New Mediator. It is clearly written by a mediator who knows what he is talking about. The detailed table of contents and the new index in the back of the book allow me to quickly locate and read a discussion of any topic. The author also invites his readers to ask him questions about mediation by email. Even though I am an experienced mediator, this book is valuable to me. If you want to learn how to mediate, or how to become a better mediator - buy this book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found Basic Skills For The New Mediator to be an excellent guidebook for all mediators, new and seasoned. As a mediator and trainer myself, I found topics that I had overlooked to include in my material. Allan Goodman writes with a style that encompasses readers of all levels, regardless of background or expertise. As the title suggests 'basic', without the unnecessary fluff that so many books on the subject contain. I am looking forward to reading Basic Skills For The New Arbitrator.