Hans Boserup’s new book demonstrates and illustrates the detailed differences and commonalties between six mainstreams of styles in mediation.
Hans Boserup is an experienced litigator and mediator. Admitted to the Danish Supreme Court, a mediator and university lecturer. Professor of Law with three universities in Denmark, Sweden and Spain. With more than 3,500 litigations and involvement in various other disputes, Hans has a 90 per cent settlement rate. Additionally he has trained more than 2,000 mediators in the art of conflict. Currently he is working on a doctoral dissertation named: Discourse analysis of Rhetoric and Practice in a Variety of Styles and Models in Mediation
Hans Boserup addresses the frequently asked question, “How come it is so difficult to mediate well when it looks so easy?” The answer, as he will show you, is in learning the art of mediation within a variety of shades and contours.
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This book is for consultants, neutral parties, shop stewards and managers, teachers, doctors, psychologists, auditors and lawyers all meeting and being impacted by close conflict every day; should read the book, too.
Link to Hans Boserup @ http://uk.mediator.dk/32-new%20book.htm?gclid=CM2EjeeimLICFUJo4AodCT4AhQ
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