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December 11, 2014

Your Biases Do You Check Them At The Door When Mediating?
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Biases, Prejudiceness, Uneducated about other people cultures and their beliefs, have been an on-going negative saga in our nation, for centuries, the United States of America, one of the most revered and most powerful countries in this world. In the 1960s, for example, this country witnessed some of the most brutal and unforgettable violence towards its citizens of color and women; because, human beings allowed their biases to come into play. Not being able to recognize your biases in life is damaging not only for you; but, for those you encounter in your life on a daily basis. Along with my guest Reginald C. Campbell, we are going to discuss the importance of being able to distance yourself from your biases when conducting Professional Mediations.
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Mediation and Biases

It is vital to be mindful of your biases. We all have them, whether they are against others or favor certain things. But how does a professional mediator keep their own biases from coming into play during a mediation. We discuss with special guest Reginald C. Campbell.
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