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The paradox of leadership: Cooperating to compete, following to lead
Bernie Mayer, The Paradox of Leadership: Cooperating to Compete, Following to Lead, Queens U. IRC Res. Briefs, Aug. 2016.
Conversation with Bernie Mayer
Bryan Hanson, Michael Miller & William J. Leggio, A Conversation with Bernie Mayer, 2 Creighton J. Interdisc. Leadership, 2 (2016), at https://ojs.creighton.edu/index.php/CJIL.
Pursuit of happiness and resolution of conflict: An agenda for the future of ADR
Arthur Pearlstein, Pursuit of Happiness and Resolution of Conflict: An Agenda for the Future of ADR, 12 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal 215 (2012).
Interest in human happiness is at least as old as the advent of philosophy. It is framed in American society in terms of "the pursuit of happiness," starting with the Declaration of Independence.' The intensive study of ...
Conflict paradox: Seven dilemmas at the core of disputes
Bernard S. Mayer, The Conflict Paradox: Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes (2015).
Methodology in action: On consistency, accuracy and proficiency in mediation
Ran Kuttner, Methodology in Action: On Consistency, Accuracy and Proficiency in Mediation, 13 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 141 (2011), (reviewing Transformative Mediation: A Sourcebook -- Resource for Conflict Intervention Practitioners and Programs (Joseph P. Folger, Robert A. Baruch Bush & Dorothy J. Della Noce eds., 2010).
Over seventeen years have passed since the first edition of Bush & Folger’s The Promise of Mediation. Edited by Bush and Folger together with Dorothy Della Noce, Transformative Mediation: A Sourcebook offers a new and ...
From positionality to relationality: A Buddhist-oriented relational view of conflict excalation
Ran Kuttner, From Positionality to Relationality: A Buddhist-oriented Relational View of Conflict Escalation, 20 Peace & Conflict Stud. 58 (2013).
Through a theoretical analysis, this paper suggests that the Buddhist philosophy and psychology offer a unique contribution to our understanding of conflict escalation and the potential for its transformation from a ...
Is the conflict specialist a leader? Revisiting the role of the conflict specialist from a leadership perspective
Ran Kuttner, Is the Conflict Specialist a Leader?: Revisiting the Role of the Conflict Specialist from a Leadership Perspective, Neb. Mediation Ass'n Newsl., Oct. 2010.
Using philosophy to teach dispute resolution
Ran Kuttner, Using Philosophy to Teach Dispute Resolution, Teaching Negotiation, Winter 2010, http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs079/1101638633053/archive/1102921839993.html#LETTER.BLOCK10.
From adversity to relationality: A Buddhist-oriented relational view of integrative negotiation and mediation
Ran Kuttner, From Adversity to Relationality: A Buddhist-oriented Relational View of Integrative Negotiation and Mediation, 25 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 931 (2010).
This article elaborates on the philosophical tenets of the Buddhist worldview and lays theoretical ground for the mindfulness-based practices that are advocated for in recent ADR literature. It will follow the claims of ...
Wave/particle tension in negotiation
Ran Kuttner, The Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation, 16 Harv. Negot. L. Rev. 331 (2011).
Using the wave/particle duality, a central principle in quantum physics as a metaphor, this article describes two different modes of human interaction that a negotiator should be aware of when conducting her negotiations-within, ...