Neuroscience in ADR: Strategies for Responding to Neurological Reactions in Clients, Counsel and Yourself
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
The human brain is hard-wired to respond in times of stress. For you as a lawyer and/or ADR professional, understanding how this brain function works gives you valuable insight into the experiences of your clients, counsel and even yourself in the ADR context. Join our expert faculty to get critical advice on what you can do to respond to neurological reactions and mitigate any negative impact on the ADR process. Gather the knowledge you need to help you keep ADR processes on track, and enhance the likelihood of resolution.

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Eric Gossin, Stancer, Gossin, Rose LLP
Angela Bradley, Angela A. Bradley Workplace Investigation and Mediation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Leadership
Natalie Boutet, Boutet Family Law

The Art and Neuroscience Bringing Balance to the Mediation Table
Suzanne Sherkin, Highborn Communications

What is "Power " in Dispute Resolution?
Hilary A. Linton, Riverdale Mediation Services

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