Different cultures have set values and beliefs. When these come into play, mediators are challenged to draw on additional skills to assist parties reach a mediated outcome.
September sees the launch of Kato Collective, a curated list of industry leading mediators whose areas of expertise are as diverse and comprehensive as the experiences they bring with them.
As lawyers we often rely on our “brain power” to get us through those difficult negotiations and our physical health (and exercise more specifically) is what allows us to maximise its performance.
One of the biggest problems we face in negotiations is our own failure to move from a perspective that no longer best serves our needs. An ability to change our perspective is a form of Growth Mindset that I like to call, “suggestibility”.
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Many of us have chosen careers that are serious in nature - that play an important role in the lives of others. How then, do we separate our ego from that role? To learn to take our service seriously, but not ourselves?
A mediation I recently conducted and an article referred to me by one of my Harvard lecturers, David Hoffman, has provided some interesting insight into the way we experience success and how it may be harnessed.