By Liv Larsson
IS IT attainable to assist folks resolve THEIR CONFLICTS with no GETTING SUCKED IN your self? sure! and there's a particular set of talents which makes it more likely that your efforts might be winning. This ebook, step-by-step, teaches you ways to develop into a good mediator. upload perform, perform, perform (and a few self-reflection), and you'll quickly have a good time your first successes in assisting humans to attach, no matter if you're a dad or mum, instructor, enterprise supervisor, counselor or peace employee. except that, you'll get an excellent origin in Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent verbal exchange (NVC), on which this very down-to-earth method of mediation relies upon, and plenty of solutions to functional questions. Take the opportunity to benefit mediation from Liv Larsson, an skilled coach who has taught peacemakers in violent conflicts in Thailand and Sri Lanka (and to many others in Western nations) and who applies the exact same talents to unravel conflicts in her relatives!
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The exercises in the book can be changed to fit these situations. I use examples from my own experiences, as well as some from the experiences of others. To protect these people or groups, some changes have been made regarding personal information and places. Good luck! 1. Rosenberg, Marshall (2008), We can work it out. Puddle Dancer Press. ↵ Chapter 1 Mediation What is mediation? Conflict always contains gifts. Mediation can be seen as an opportunity to open a present that until now has been wrapped up, and as a result to be able to finally appreciate the gift inside.
One of the obstacles you may encounter when trying to mediate is the view that a conflict stems from someone doing something wrong, and that justice must be administered. This means that someone be punished, in order to put things right. If we do not find the guilty person, we want to find a scapegoat that can be sacrificed, as we long for harmony and for things to go back to normal. The intention is good, but we often miss the target. It is easy to miss the fact that there is something in the system itself that leads to conflicts.
Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me. Rev. ” I guess that for the person who makes such statements, respect, integrity and the freedom to choose are very important. Respect and integrity are important to me as well. At the same time, I feel sad when I think about the above statements, because I often hear people seeing conflicts as private affairs. In my opinion, it is better to intervene “too often” than “too seldom”. I would like to see more of us try to mediate when we see that people are not able to connect with each other, instead of trying to avoid it out of the fear that someone will get irritated or not like what we are doing.
A Helping Hand, mediation with Nonviolent Communication by Liv Larsson