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Mediation, Strategic Trust and the Seven Elements

Thursday, 13th December 2019

"It is trite that developing trust with parties and as between the parties is a vital part of the mediation process and what makes it work. This is of course easier said than done. I have previously written on trust in “Trusting Thoughts” (12 August 2012) and “More Reflections on Trust” (14 August 2015). I would like to focus my final entry for 2019 on exploring the interconnection between the Strategic Trust and the Seven Element frameworks. 

For those who are unfamiliar with these two frameworks, it would be useful to briefly review them before exploring the interconnection. 

The Seven Element framework has its roots in the Harvard Negotiation Program. It provides a way to prepare for, navigate through, analyze and measure progress in, resolving a conflict. While it is typically taught and deployed in the context of negotiation, it is equally applicable in facilitative, interests-based mediation. 

The Seven Elements are:"

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Source: National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law
Language: English
Contact: Joel Lee

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