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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Angel Alderete Interview]
    to meet together How did you handle it Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E Was timing of the discussions critical Did you ever need to wait or hurry up in order to get people to come together Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F When you brought the parties together how did you decide where to convene the meeting Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 Go to Full Topic File G How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File H Were there situations when a party came to the table but gave only lip service or refused to negotiate in good faith Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File I Would the parties look to you for guidance in constructing solutions or would they come up with their own solutions Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File J How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File What did you do to diminish tension between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File A Did the situation ever become violent or potentially violent What did you do to diminish that Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Did a party ever threaten to walk out of a mediation What did you do then Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Did a conflict ever escalate after CRS became involved How Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D How did you initiate de escalation Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Did you find yourself helping the parties strengthen their own capacity to deal with conflict Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Go to Full Topic File C Were their other types of technical assistance e g consultants referrals to other communities written materials Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D Did you help the parties prepare for mediation or any joint meetings Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A When you perceived a significant power imbalance did you try to level the playing field How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever provide assistance to one party without the knowledge of the other Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Angel_Alderete-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Leo Cardenas Interview]
    problems Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Tell me about your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File A How did you decide who would be at the negotiation table Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did representation questions ever become a problem How did you decide who would be allowed to speak for a group Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C How did you decide when to meet separately with the parties and when to bring them together Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File D When you brought the parties together how did you decide where to convene the meeting Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F Were there situations when a party came to the table but gave only lip service or refused to negotiate in good faith Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File G Were you able to increase trust levels between parties How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File H How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File I Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File J Did you provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Did you try to analyze or address power disparities between the parties How did power differentials effect the process Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A When you perceived a significant power imbalance did you try to level the playing field How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever try to use the power of the Justice Department to influence the situation or level the playing field Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File How would you describe your work in terms of your neutrality impartiality and objectivity in a case Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File A Did you address the issue of the fairness of the settlement Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you work on cases involving hate groups such as the KKK or neo Nazi groups Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Were there techniques you used to help you maintain your impartiality Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Leo_Cardenas-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Bob Ensley Interview]
    the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A How did you decide who would be at the negotiation table Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B How did you decide when to meet separately with the parties and when to bring them together Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File C Did the parties ever refuse to meet together How did you handle it Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 Go to Full Topic File E Were you able to increase trust levels between parties How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F Would the parties look to you for guidance in constructing solutions or would they come up with their own solutions Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File G How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File H How did you initiate de escalation Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File I Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File J Were their other types of technical assistance e g consultants referrals to other communities written materials Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File A When you perceived a significant power imbalance did you try to level the playing field How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever try to use the power of the Justice Department to influence the situation or level the playing field Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File How would you describe your work in terms of your neutrality impartiality and objectivity in a case Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A Did you have techniques for managing your emotions during case work Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever intentionally act as an advocate for one side Did you ever do this unintentionally Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Are there other aspects of the process that you used that are worth noting Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A What role does listening play in your work Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B How much direction did you give the parties in mediation Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File C Can you explain the difference between conciliation and mediation Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File D How did you

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Bob_Ensley-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Nancy Ferrell Interview]
    be truly intractable Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Tell me about your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File A How did you decide who would be at the negotiation table Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B How did you decide when to meet separately with the parties and when to bring them together Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File C Was timing of the discussions critical Did you ever need to wait or hurry up in order to get people to come together Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File E How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do to diminish tension between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File A Did the situation ever become violent or potentially violent What did you do to diminish that Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever separate people into small groups and work with them that way Interview Bookmarks 1 1 Go to Full Topic File Did you find yourself helping the parties strengthen their own capacity to deal with conflict Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Go to Full Topic File A Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File B Did you provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Did you try to analyze or address power disparities between the parties How did power differentials effect the process Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 Go to Full Topic File A When you perceived a significant power imbalance did you try to level the playing field How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you ever provide assistance to one party without the knowledge of the other Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Did you ever have a need to strike a balance between helping the parties reach a settlement and achieving equity Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File D Did you work on cases involving hate groups such as the KKK or neo Nazi groups Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E Were there techniques you used to help you maintain your impartiality Interview Bookmarks 1 Go

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Nancy_Ferrell-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Silke Hansen Interview]
    it necessary at times to help the parties define or prioritize their issues How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 Go to Full Topic File C Did you find yourself assisting one party to understand the other party s perspective Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File D Did you have effective techniques for persuading a party to reframe the problem to make it negotiable Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Go to Full Topic File Tell me about your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File A How did you decide when to meet separately with the parties and when to bring them together Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Were there cases where you never brought the parties together or never met with them separately Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File C Who set the agenda Who defined the ground rules and meeting structure Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File D How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E Who facilitated the discussions Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F Were there situations when a party came to the table but gave only lip service or refused to negotiate in good faith Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File G Were you able to increase trust levels between parties How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File H Would the parties look to you for guidance in constructing solutions or would they come up with their own solutions Interview Bookmarks 1 1 Go to Full Topic File I How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File What did you do to diminish tension between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 Go to Full Topic File A Did the situation ever become violent or potentially violent What did you do to diminish that Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File B How did you initiate de escalation Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File Did you find yourself helping the parties strengthen their own capacity to deal with conflict Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File A What techniques if any did you employ Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File B Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File C Did you provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 Go to Full Topic File D

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Silke_Hansen-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Edward Howden Interview]
    yourself assisting one party to understand the other party s perspective Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Did you have effective techniques for persuading a party to reframe the problem to make it negotiable Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File D How did you deal with seemingly intractable demands on a party s agenda for negotiations Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E How would you deal with a demand on one party s agenda that the other party said was non negotiable Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F Did key issues ever involve factual disagreements How did you deal with such problems Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File Tell me about your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 Go to Full Topic File A When you brought the parties together how did you decide where to convene the meeting Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do to diminish tension between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A Did the situation ever become violent or potentially violent What did you do to diminish that Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 Go to Full Topic File B Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Were their other types of technical assistance e g consultants referrals to other communities written materials Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File How would you describe

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Edward_Howden-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Bob Hughes Interview]
    your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A How did you decide who would be at the negotiation table Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File B How did you decide when to meet separately with the parties and when to bring them together Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Were there cases where you never brought the parties together or never met with them separately Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File D Was timing of the discussions critical Did you ever need to wait or hurry up in order to get people to come together Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File E When you brought the parties together how did you decide where to convene the meeting Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File F Who set the agenda Who defined the ground rules and meeting structure Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File G How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File H Were there situations when a party came to the table but gave only lip service or refused to negotiate in good faith Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File I Would the parties look to you for guidance in constructing solutions or would they come up with their own solutions Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File J How would you respond when you were called upon to carry messages between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File K Did a party ever threaten to walk out of a mediation What did you do then Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File L Did you ever separate people into small groups and work with them that way Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File Did you find yourself helping the parties strengthen their own capacity to deal with conflict Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 Go to Full Topic File A Did you provide technical assistance to the parties Can you give some examples Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B Did you provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do when you hit a brick wall in your effort to bridge differences between the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Did you try to analyze or address power disparities between the parties How did power differentials effect the process Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File How would you describe your work in terms of your neutrality impartiality and objectivity in a case Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 4 5 Go to Full Topic File A Did you work on cases involving hate groups such as

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Bob_Hughes-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Topics Addressed in the Interview - [Ernest Jones Interview]
    for your intervention At what point in the process Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B How did you determine your own role e g to act as an advisor conciliator or a mediator Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File What did you do to build and sustain trust with the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File A How important was it for you to gain the trust of the parties Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File B Was your race or ethnicity a factor in your ability to build trust with the disputants Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Can you recall any examples of when you served as a scapegoat or in some other way helped a party save face Interview Bookmarks 1 2 Go to Full Topic File How did you identify underlying issues Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A Did you find it necessary at times to help the parties define or prioritize their issues How did you do this Interview Bookmarks 1 2 3 Go to Full Topic File B Did key issues ever involve factual disagreements How did you deal with such problems Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File Tell me about your meetings with the parties when you were helping them to resolve their differences Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File A Who set the agenda Who defined the ground rules and meeting structure Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File B How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Interview Bookmarks 1 Go to Full Topic File C Were there situations when a party came to the

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/interviews_tc/Ernest_Jones-tc.shtml (2016-02-13)
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