This new and insightful book, is based on a program that author Gary Friedman, along with colleague Jack Himmelstein (a law professor and lawyer) and Norman Fischer (a Buddhist monk) has been teaching for the last 6 years. It entails conflict professionals to consider self-reflection, challenging typical conventions of conflict professionals by replacing them with a full and deep commitment to bringing all of one's self to serve others. It directs the reader to pay attention to emotional clues - to understand and communicate them. Essentiallyacknowledging and using self-awareness. Working from the inside out.
Whether you are a professional conflict resolver, litigator, mediator, or lawyerthis book is a must have resource to help increase clients' satisfaction.
|Publisher:||American Bar Association|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Gary Friedman is a mediation trainer, mediator, and attorney in Mill Valley, CA. As a mediator, and Co-Director at The Center for Understanding in Conflict, Gary has trained lawyers, law professors and judges in the Center’s method of mediation and a mediative approach to lawyering and collaborative practice.