Party-Directed Mediation: Helping Others Resolve Differences (2nd Edition) free PDF book may be downloaded from http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/ucce50/ag-labor/7conflict/
Media to support Party-Directed Mediation: Video, audio and other media is meant for the training of mediators, facilitators, students, and others interested in conflict management, communication, and interpersonal negotiation skills.
Interpersonal Negotiation Skills-001-V. Video and slide presentation on Interpersonal Negotiation Skills (Chapter 4 of PDM) given at California State University Stanislaus around September 2013 before faculty and staff. Topics covered include 3-minute talk, miniature hammer, positive fermentation, avoiding defensiveness and a host of other negotiation techniques for dealing with interpersonal differences without contention. Special thanks to Kelly Mode and Jerome Anderson. February 2014. Duration: 102 minutes (Or, 141 minutes youtube without slides.)
NPA-001-V. Introductory pre-caucus of subordinate, a graphic designer, in a Negotiated Performance Appraisal (NPA). Contention is not an issue between the subordinate and her supervisor. Only subordinate is depicted in the video. Some noise interference. February 2010. Duration: 45 minutes.
NPA-002-V. Introductory pre-caucus of supervisor, in vendor management enterprise, in a Negotiated Performance Appraisal (NPA). Contention is not an issue between the supervisor and her subordinate. Only supervisor is depicted in the video. The supervisor is a master praiser, and needed little coaching in this area. Extensive coaching in terms of how to respond to List III. February 2010. Duration: 68 minutes.
Responding without defensiveness-001-V. This presentation introduces four specific steps for effectively transforming even the most provocative personal attacks into something constructive. Listeners may wish to also read Chapter 4 of Party-Directed Mediation, Interpersonal Negotiation Skills. April 2012, Duration: about 10 minutes plus homework.
Thanks. I wish to thank the many individuals who have volunteered of their time and who have been willing to share their thoughts and feelings in these video and audio presentations. Some of the circumstances have been changed.
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