Because the mediation process is only as effective as the mediator whomanages it, choosing the right mediator is critical. This column offers someobservations on how to make that choice. It also addresses the importance ofchoosing a mediator with a deep capacity to demonstrate empathy andconsiders whether gender influences that capacity.
DOING DUE DILIGENCE AND BALANCING THE CRITERIA
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