The Fuzzy Cat Perspective

The Fuzzy Cat Perspective

In this edition of the TMG blog Jane reveals one of the pivotal characters influencing her personal journey into the family mediation realm. Struck by the insight of a 5-year-old, Jane looks deeper into the meaning of the child’s writing to glean understanding of how the child was coping with her parent’s divorce. Have a read and see an example of how children make sense of big issues.

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Planning for and Managing Successions in Leadership

Planning for and Managing Successions in Leadership

In the latest entry for the TMG blog, Janet Grogan discusses her recent work in helping organizations deal with corporate leadership turnover. Using two examples, Janet describes different processes with very different results. This 3 minute read may provide some guidance on how to handle your workplace’s stressors.

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I Gotta Get to the Gym!

I Gotta Get to the Gym!

Matt reflects on the subject of biases related to the ADR world. Using himself as an example, he calls attention to the field’s need to self-monitor. Read Matt’s latest article and see how closely your experiences align.

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