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  • MWI | Mediation Services | Negotiation Training | Mediation Training | Divorce Mediation Services - MWI
    About Restorative Justice Over the weekend I attended the 9th Annual Harvard Negotiation Law Review Symposium This year s topic was on restorative justice Restorative justice is a victim motivated model that suggests bringing together victims offenders and community members in order to repair harm caused by crime MWI Negotiation Blog The Dos and Don ts of Effective Meeting Facilitation By Chuck Doran and Stephanie Bailey Meetings are an integral fixture of every organization and yet they do not have the best reputation In a survey conducted by Salary com meetings are the number one productivity killer Even worse news A separate survey indicated that over half of the participants would rather do any unpleasant activity even go to the DMV than attend a status meeting and employees spend nearly nine hours of every work week preparing for or sitting in meetings The CEO of Mattel said his company lacked an innovative culture and finds bad meetings partially responsible Al Pittampalli author and meeting culture expert calls ineffective meetings weapons of mass interruption Despite the fact that poorly run meetings have become the laughing stock for cartoons like Dilbert and TV shows like The Office What Winning a Negotiation Really Looks Like and How to Win Your Next One By Chuck Doran and Stephanie Bailey I thought if we walked away still on good terms it meant I had lost I overheard someone say this quite recently regarding a disagreement with a close friend and I thought Huh how peculiar This seems to be the accepted mentality at least in much of the United States in times of conflict and negotiation Despite the efforts of Roger Fisher and William Ury negotiation is perceived as getting your own way If you walk away from a personal negotiation with the relationship still intact you didn t express yourself clearly enough If you walk away from a business negotiation and the other party seems pleased was too much given away too easily Not exactly This mindset illustrates the misconstrued message that negotiation is a game with one winner and How to Manage Your Emotions During a Negotiation and Keep the Bullies at Bay by Chuck Doran and Stephanie Bailey Negotiation has earned or perhaps always had a rather negative connotation It is a process that we use daily but for some reason negotiation is often thought of as a competitive battle where all of the parties involved walk away frustrated annoyed and or disappointed Regardless of the fact that negotiations take place on all levels small large intrapersonal group etc we seem to instictively build them up until they seem almost too big to handle Negotiating can be intimidating and disliked enough under normal circumstances but then comes the difficult reality sometimes you are going to negotiate against a bully or on the perceived short end of a power imbalance While the likelihood of making these negotiations completely painless is unlikely we re hoping that the following ideas will both validate your feelings

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  • MWI | Bankruptcy Mediation | Negotiation Training | Mediation Training | Divorce Mediation Services
    Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content About MWI What We Do Mediation Arbitration Services Auto Retail Franchise Bankruptcy Finance Mediation Commercial Mediation and Arbitration Divorce Mediation Real Estate Construction Workplace Employment ADR Services ADR for EAPs Dispute Resolution System Design Meeting Facilitation Organizational Ombuds Mediators Trainers Staff Mediators Arbitrators Trainers Mediation Mentors MWI Staff Board of Directors Industries Practice Areas Automotive Retail Bankruptcy Finance Services Commercial Real Estate Construction Workplace Employment MWI Public Service Initiatives About MWI s Public Services Court Consumer Mediation Program Eviction Mediation Program Family Mediation Program Planned Giving Program Women s Negotiation Program ADR Resources ADR Clause Articles Publications Hotels MWI Mediation Preparation Page MWI Court Mediator Login Case Referral Form Sitemap Sample Client Engagements About Our Logo Directions to MWI Contact MWI ADR Services Mediation Arbitration Services Meeting Facilitation Ombuds Services ADR System Design Divorce Mediation Overview Divorce Mediation Services Divorce Mediators Locations Resources Mediación en Divorcios Mediation Training Basic Mediation Training Programs Advanced Mediation Training Programs Sample Mediation Trainers Mediation Training Resources Secure Training Registration Form Negotiation Training Custom Negotiation Training Negotiation Services Sample Instructors Open Enrollment Workshops Resources Blogs Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation

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  • Opportunities - MWI
    Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Opportunities Mediator and Arbitrator Panel Openings MWI is seeking experienced ADR professionals from across the United States who meet the criteria outlined in the applications below Divorce Family Mediator and Arbitrator Application Franchise Mediator and Arbitrator Application Workplace Employment Mediator and Arbitrator Application Internships Click any of the links below to learn more about the MWI s Internship Program MWI

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  • Contact MWI - MWI
    Training Programs Sample Mediation Trainers Mediation Training Resources Secure Training Registration Form Negotiation Training Custom Negotiation Training Negotiation Services Sample Instructors Open Enrollment Workshops Resources Blogs Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Contact MWI The best way to get to know MWI and how we can help you is to contact us We re always happy to talk about how we can work with you to find your solution Call us at 800 348 4888 Email us at mailbox mwi org Live Chat click here Skype us at MWIinfo Connect with MWI on LinkedIn Follow MWI on Twitter MWIinfo Friend us on Facebook Visit us at 10 Liberty Square 4th Floor Boston MA 02109 get directions Please enter your name contact information and tell us what you are seeking We will contact you within one business day Your Name Invalid Input Your Email Invalid Input Subject Select Subject General Inquiry Negotiation Training and Consulting Mediation and Arbitration Services Mediation Training Dispute Resolution and Communication Workshops Organizational Ombuds Services Dispute Resolution System Design Other Invalid Input Message Invalid Input Type what you see Refresh Invalid Input Questions Please contact Chuck Doran Executive

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  • ADR Services | Mediation Services | Negotiation Training - MWI
    Excellence Blog Skip to content About MWI MWI is a nationally recognized dispute resolution firm based in Boston specializing in negotiation training mediation and arbitration services and mediation training MWI achieves success for our clients by maximizing their capacity to collaborate find solutions to difficult disputes and communicate effectively Founded in 1994 MWI has provided negotiation and dispute resolution services and training to hundreds of clients including Analog Devices BMW North America Bose General Motors Corporation KPMG the United States Postal Service and Visa International Since 2002 MWI has worked with Coca Cola to roll out their comprehensive employment dispute resolution program for 45 000 employees and managers nationally MWI takes great pride in our focus on customer service Our partnership approach to service delivery guides our process and enables us to fully understand our clients challenges and long term goals We use that understanding and relationship to develop programs and services that meet our clients needs match their organizational culture and exceed their expectations As a private 501 c 3 not for profit corporation MWI is also committed to serving income eligible clients through MWI s Public Service Initiatives that work to prevent homelessness with eviction mediation services provide mediation services to pro se litigants onsite at multiple Massachusetts District and Municipal Courts empower women to become more effective advocates for themselves and their children and provide mediation services to at risk children and their families never married parents and parents seeking divorce MWI also has expertise in meeting facilitation organizational ombuds services and dispute resolution system design Our services have helped countless organizations to resolve conflict more productively often resulting in significant reductions in litigation costs and the renewed ability to focus on external business issues Please contact Chuck Doran Executive Director at This email address is being

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  • What We Do | Mediation Services | Negotiation Training - MWI
    to content What We Do MWI is a nationally recognized dispute resolution firm dedicated to achieving success for our clients by maximizing their capacity to collaborate find solutions to difficult disputes and communicate effectively MWI has four core offerings Negotiation Training Consulting Mediation Services Arbitration Services and Mediation Training Negotiation Training Consulting Our customized corporate negotiation training workshops help professionals improve their ability to negotiate more effectively and build stronger longer lasting relationships with clients colleagues suppliers and others click here to read more Mediation Services MWI is nationally recognized provider of mediation services We have worked with thousands of parties since 1994 to reach valuable and sustainable agreements in a broad range of areas click here to read more Arbitration Services MWI provides commercial clients with arbitration services designed to resolve business claims quickly efficiently and economically click here to read more Mediation Training MWI s Basic and Advanced Mediation Training Programs provide participants with a comprehensive overview of dispute resolution theory and provide opportunities for participants to practice and develop their dispute resolution skills click here to read more For more information about what MWI can do for you please contact Chuck Doran Executive Director at This email

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  • Mediator | Negotiation Trainer | Arbitrator | Ombuds - MWI
    Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Our People MWI s success and ability to meet our client s needs comes from one primary source our people MWI has the most effective mediators arbitrators facilitators negotiation instructors mentors ombuds and mediation instructors from around the world Mediators Arbitrators MWI has over 300 mediators and arbitrators located around the country who are available to work with parties to resolve disputes from multiple industries and practice areas click here for sample mediator arbitrator bios Negotiation Mediation Instructors A majority of MWI trainers have served as lecturers and instructors at the Harvard Negotiation Project at Harvard Law School and have practical real world experience negotiating with Fortune 500 clients and vendors click here for sample negotiation mediation instructor bios MWI Staff MWI staff are committed to providing excellent service and support to each of our clients click here to meet MWI s staff MWI Board of Directors MWI s Board of Directors bring a wealth of experience and an ongoing demonstrated commitment to MWI and the field of ADR click here to meet MWI s Board of Directors Please contact Chuck Doran Executive Director at This email address is being protected from spambots You

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  • Industries & Practice Areas - MWI
    Basic Mediation Training Programs Advanced Mediation Training Programs Sample Mediation Trainers Mediation Training Resources Secure Training Registration Form Negotiation Training Custom Negotiation Training Negotiation Services Sample Instructors Open Enrollment Workshops Resources Blogs Bankruptcy Mediation Blog Divorce Mediation Blog Mediation Training Blog Negotiation Excellence Blog Skip to content Industries Practice Areas MWI s mission is to achieve success for our clients by maximizing their capacity to collaborate find solutions to difficult disputes and communicate effectively We have found success for our clients by understanding their goals and helping them find solutions specific to their industry MWI s Mediators Arbitrators and Trainers are experts in the field of dispute resolution and have decades of industry specific experience in the following areas Auto Retail Franchise Bankruptcy Finance Commercial Divorce Marital Real Estate Construction Workplace Employment For more information about the industries and practice areas covered by MWI please click the links above or email Chuck Doran Executive Director at This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Questions Contact Chuck Doran Executive Director Call 617 895 4026 Email cdoran mwi org Online Name Invalid Input Email Invalid Input Message Invalid Input Type what you see Refresh

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