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During the month of July, please enjoy these previously recorded shows. We will return live every Tuesday night beginning August 6, 2013.
Victoria Pynchon’s new book is an adult primer on the difficult art of resolving, transforming or transcending conflict in your home, your workplace, your community, your state, your nation and your world. Victoria is an attorney who traded in her boxing gloves for the softer but no less difficult skills of helping lawyers and their business clients resolve their commercial disputes. Now she brings the wisdom of the courtroom and the mediation room to everyday conflicts and the difficult people in your life. Victoria mediates commercial disputes with ADR Services, Inc. in Century City, arbitrates business disputes for the American Arbitration Association and teaches women when and how to negotiate with her business partner Lisa Gates at SheNegotiates.com.
Join us as we talk with Victoria Pynchon, attorney-mediator and arbitrator who spent the first 25 years of her legal career litigating and trying business disputes for her clients. She now mediates and arbitrates those same disputes, helping business people resolve their conflicts as effectively and expeditiously as possible. Her book, A is for Asshole, the Grownups' ABCs of Conflict Resolution is an adult primer on resolving conflict and negotiating resolution.
For more information click on: : She Negotiates and ABC’s of Conflict
Social media and the Internet are transforming society, providing new benefits but also new hazards. Some have suggested that online communication and collaboration may lead to decreased civility, mutual understanding, and communicative clarity, as compared with face-to-face methods. Such negative trends can occur, but are they inevitable? We have been investigating whether online communication tools can actually support more skillful communication and deeper mutual understanding, especially in situations involving conflict, controversial topics, or differences in goals and perspectives.
Leah Wing serves on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst. She has been a mediator and trainer for educational institutions, government agencies, and non-profits since 1985. She is the founding director of the Social Justice Mediation Institute. Leah, co-director of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution, heads it's Art of Conflict Transformation program.
Tom Murray is a Senior Research Fellow at UMass with degrees in Computer Science, Educational Technology, and Physics. He has been PI for several federally funded research grants. He has an interdisciplinary orientation and has published in the areas of deliberative dialogue, cognitive tools, inquiry learning environments, adaptive hypermedia, online collaboration, ethics education, applied philosophy, and knowledge engineering over 25 years.
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