In this episode, Christopher Ernst, arbitrator, mediator, & neutral at Ohio ADR, shares his tips for how attorneys can effectively use mediation in the course of client representation.
In this episode, attorney and mediator Nathan Witkin, of the Outside Innovation Institute, discusses co-resolution and its implications for dispute resolution practitioners. Co-resolution is a new negotiation-coaching process, applying mediation methods within a framework for reliable cooperation across the table.
In this episode, Katherine Knapke, Chief Operating Officer of the American Negotiation Institute, joins us as both a guest and a co-host. Katherine shares her perspective as a new mediator and Veronica, host of Meetups with Mediators, shares her perspective as an experienced mediator.
In this episode, Cathy Geyer, Esq., Manager of the Dispute Resolution Section at the Supreme Court of Ohio, joins us to discuss the history of court-connected mediation in Ohio, what makes an effective court-connected mediator, and mediation styles common in court-connected mediation.
In this episode, mediator Charlotte Parsons discusses how she focuses on what is being communicated as a whole in mediation—rather than just the words that are being said— in order to help parties have a productive and empowering mediation.
In this episode, attorney and mediator Alex Sanchez discusses why he’s adopted a more flexible, solutions-focused approach to mediation and how he encourages productive conversations rather than bitter communications between parties.