Coexisting with the families we create. My summary from the sharing session held Meena Waghray, Mediation Skills Trainer at OutOfCourt.In on the topic "Conflict Resolution at Home." 1. It is important to express the acknowledgement upfront. When your family members speak to you, always respond, something like ... "I heard you.." .. "Ah so you … Continue reading Coexisting with the families we create.
As a young-in-age mediator, another step ahead. Here's some sharing from my mediation diary.. From past 8 months, since my return to India from Hong Kong, I have been going ahead meeting people as part of my field-research to understand the diverse perspectives of people here towards mediation. Mediation in India exists since ages. But … Continue reading As a young-in-age mediator, another step ahead.
Walking alone alongside the whole community. The world is talking. A year back, there wasn't as much alarm as today, i.e. around me. to specifically focus on conflicts or options as to how we would like to resolve our own conflicts. There are several communities - global level, national level, at city level, at individual … Continue reading Walking alone alongside the whole community.
4 weeks of mediation advocacy. It was on 04 May 2019 I landed in Bengaluru, India - with two motives. One, to return to my home country. Two, to start my full-time private mediation practice. A decision to travel from a country which had no single day of 'no-mediation task' to a country which has … Continue reading 4 weeks of mediation advocacy.
As a young-in-age mediator. With an aim to be that one person who can assist people in resolving their conflicts and disputes, I joined the legal profession. In the earlier days, as a young lawyer, I spent my time in and around the court premises with my fellow lawyer friends and senior lawyers to understand … Continue reading As a young-in-age mediator.