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Tips for Effective Communication – Tip Eight

Tip Eight – Appreciate the Power of Word Choice Combined with Non-Verbal Cues By now it should be clear to those of you who have been following the posts on the Tips for Effective Communication, that effective communication involves more … Continue reading

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Tips for working with people in conflict: Trees; A Mediation Lesson-Learned.

(Author’s Note:  This is a long blog posting.  If you prefer, you can click here to read the same article in our Articles section.) Tips for working with people in conflict: Trees; A Mediation Lesson-Learned.  This is a new line … Continue reading

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Continuing our discussion on tips for effective communication…

Twelve Tips for Effective Communication – Tip Five: Communication is Not Just Speaking So far in our on-going discussion in which we will ultimately offer “Twelve Tips” for effective communication, we have discussed four ways to help you improve your … Continue reading

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Continuing our series on tips for effective communication …

Twelve Tips for Communication Tip Four: Listen Comprehensively – the Many Levels of Listening Listening involves more than just hearing. In this post, our focus is on understanding comprehensive listening: listening in the broadest and most powerful sense.  This concept … Continue reading

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Tools for Effective Communication: Third Tool

Tools for Effective Communication: Third tool: Understanding Styles. So far, we have discussed two tools designed to help you approach an important communication: setting a goal for the outcome and planning the communication before jumping into it. Perhaps most of … Continue reading

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“How Leading Lawyers Think” A book review by Monique McKay, LL.M. and Robert Creo, J.D.

Preface: The following is a book review co-authored by professional colleagues, Monique McKay and Robert Creo. Ms. McKay and Mr. Creo are the co-founders of the Master Mediator Institute, which is a non-profit organization that allows mediators, executives, negotiators and … Continue reading

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Twelve Tips for Effective Communication; Tip Two: Plan Your Communication

Have an outcome in mind and a plan to get there. – Any important communication warrants advance planning.  You wouldn’t build a house without a floor plan.  Don’t have important meetings or discussions without a communication plan. My last posting … Continue reading

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