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Mediation: Six Ways in Seven Days. Special Part of the Mediation Process
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Mediation: Six Ways in Seven Days. Special Part of the Mediation Process (Paperback)

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The present book is an English translation of the author's: "Mediation: Seks mader I syv dage", published earlier this year. It is a book that has been needed for a long time.As an experienced litigator and mediator, Hans Boserup addresses the frequently asked question: How come it is so difficult to mediate well when it looks so easy?As he will show you, the answer lies in learning the art of mediation within a variety of shades and contours. When countless ways of mediation surface, it is because each mediator is rooted within his own value system and professional experience, overriding most of the training available to mediators today. There are as many differences in how to manage the process of mediation as there are mediators.Do you or do you not want to steer or be steered? Can heart and brain really work together, or should life be left entirely to the brain? Should emotions be given space in conflict? Is it acceptable that just that which is clearly measurable be included? Can I solve conflicts with parties living in another world so different from my own?What conflicts contribute to absence caused by illness? And can we reduce them?

What contributes to improved sleep and concentration? And what contributes to harmony at home and in the workplace?This book is for consultants, neutral parties, shop stewards and managers. Teachers, doctors, psychologists, auditors and lawyers all meeting and being impacted by close conflict every day should read the book, too. The format and language are easy to read and digest, though you may want to go through it a couple of times.Designed as a seven-day training course for anyone who wants to learn more about the six primary modes of mediation, this comprehensive book also has the unique audio-visual supplement that further demonstrates and underscores the tenets and nuances of successful mediation.

Hans Boserup is an attorney admitted to the Danish Supreme Court, mediator and university lecturer. Through more than 3,500 litigations and other disputes, he has observed parties become elevated or paralysed by microdynamics activated by opponents or inattentive third parties. He has observed how microdynamics cause loss of health. He has noticed that trust in a community's protection mechanisms through unnoticed microdynamics have changed into disbelief, powerlessness and despair. He has trained more than 2,000 mediators in what is needed to solve conflicts and re-establish a more satisfying life for everyone involved. Fulfilling needs alone will not lead you all the way, a significant mediation concept that Boserup also addresses throughout the book. For fifteen years, Hans Boserup has been working with a variety of mediation methods used in countries all across the globe. Hans Boserup is an appointed mediator in a Danish appeals court. He has employed these mediation mainstreams described in this book with an achieved settlement rate of more that 90 per cent.

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