Archives for March 2014

The Mediator, The Artist

When describing a mediator’s role to clients I often use the analogy of an artist. When the mediator first enters into a conflict, they are much like a painter. They begin with a blank canvas.   As they speak to each person involved in the conflict a coloured brush stroke appears.  With each person’s new […]

Leopards Can Change Their Spots!

There are many stories and even research out there that says change is difficult. Studies have found that even people diagnosed with a chronic illness do not make lifestyle changes despite coaching and advice. Smoking is another area where despite the warnings some people continue to smoke. The image to the right is a photograph […]