The Art of Conflict Management
Practical Strategies for Complex Disputes and High-Conflict Situations
Anxiety, frustration, stress, burnout, and many similar and familiar emotions and feelings that we deal with on a daily basis…Why happiness seems so far away sometimes?Why is there always something that comes and wipes out the joy and smiles, descending like the goddess of night, bringing the familiar sense of dread, leaving us hopeless and frustrated? But… is it really the case? Are we that hopeless in the face of negative emotions? Should we really let these emotions define us? How can we grow out of these feelings, and how can we embrace happiness? Embrace Happiness is a proven method and a time-tested approach to improving your quality of life by teaching you step-by-step techniques that you can practise on your own and create meaningful changes in real life: significant results you might have thought impossible to achieve. This book is a unique result of two decades of research and practice in merging the Eastern philosophy of Dao and Western sciences of human behaviour, psychology, and conflict management to successfully manage change and transformation in our daily lives. Happiness might seem far away, and you will need to practise and commit to becoming a happier you, but soon you will realize how easy and practical it is to achieve results. Read this book and start your happiness journey today, and ask yourself why, why not choose to live a happy life?
“A must-read for those who want to expand their practice into more complex and high-conflict cases.”You have seen how conflict can emerge, grow, branch out, deviate, change shape, and expand during a mediation process, and the deeper the conflict, the more complex the dispute resolution process.In response to this challenge, Dynamic Mediation has been developed by Ali Soleymaniha, an experienced transformation coach and mediator, as a practical model for managing high-conflict and complex disputes by uniquely combining and merging Cybernetics, Conflict Management, Systems Science, and Change Management.The core idea of this model is for the mediator to manage the transformation process for all disputants, helping them move away from rigid, immovable, and sometimes non-realistic positions towards reaching a sustainable agreement—an agreement that is viable and can endure the test of time and future challenges.Read this book to discover the power of transformation and change management in mediation.
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