"Barefoot Mediator" Jane Gunn interviewed by "Win Win" Negotiator Derek Arden
"Barefoot Mediator" Jane Gunn interviewed by "Win Win" Negotiator Derek ArdenDerek is joined on Monday Night Live with Jane Gunn, President of the Royal Society for Mediators. Jane, a friend of Monday Night Live joins us again to update us on what is happening now in the world of mediation in today's increasingly conflict-driven world. hear about the conflicts that Jane has been mediating. Also her work as the President of the Society and what she learnt at the Kenyan conference for mediators last week.Derek Ardenhttps://derekarden.co.ukhttps://negotiatorspodcast.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/negotiatingexpert/Jane Gunnhttps://janegunn.co.uk/
Jane Gunn: Can inner harmony help avoid outer conflict?
Elevate with Dan Astin-Gregory
Can inner harmony help avoid outer conflict? As the world in which we live becomes increasingly divided on issues from Covid-19, Ukraine, identity politics, environmental issues, finances and more, people are dealing with an external and internal sense of conflict and this is putting pressure on individual relationships and the societal fabric. In this episode, we are joined by Jane Gunn, “The Barefoot Mediator”, an expert in the field of conflict resolution to discover how we can manage conflict in times of change, challenge and crisis and how you can help others around you to do the same. Join our podcast mailing list for details of future episodes like this http://www.danastingregory.com/podcast--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elevate-podcast/message
Jane Gunn - The Barefoot Mediator and Resolutionary Thinking
Being Human Hidden Depths
Jane Gunn is a mediator specialising in conflict resolution and shares her philosophy of how anyone can Think and Grow Free. Free from conflict, free from disputes and free to choose powerfully their way forward. Join us as we explore how collaboration fits into this purpose.
Mediator and Negotiator - Dispute Mediation - Story Of Impact If NOT Sorted
Dispute Mediation Discussed By Negotiator Derek Arden and Mediator Jane GunnNegotiator Derek Arden and Mediator Jane Gunn - Discuss arbitration, mediation, litigation, adjudication and empowerment options for the parties involved in disputes. Jane has recently helped a client of Derek role-play and rehearse a dispute mediation. Derek says how powerful the rehearsal was for - 1 - Increasing our leverage 2 - Putting our team in the strongest position possible 3 - Understanding where they were coming from On this Monday NIght Live, Derek and Jane have a fascinating discussion about different approaches to different disputes. 01:00 Introduction of Charming and Tough Jane 05:00 Process of Mediation 06:30 Cost of Conflict 08:00 Role Play Mediation - Story and Impact if NOT Sorted 14:00 Mediating Emotions 15:00 Difficult Case of Mediation 17:00 Hijacking - loss of face 22:00 Co Mediating 24:00 Process - Compass - Now, Explore, Solution, Walk 27:00 Men or Women Links referred to in Monday Night Live discussion Corona Bonus video - https://vimeo.com/399488305 Domination or Partnership https://janegunn.co.uk/being-a-partnership-agent-for-change-with-riane-eisler/Consciousness or Catastrophe https://janegunn.co.uk/consciousness-or-catastrophe-with-david-murrin/Derek Ardenhttps://derekarden.co.ukhttps://negotiatorspodcast.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/negotiatingexpert/Jane Gunnhttps://janegunn.co.uk
How to Deal With Difficult Meetings with Jane Gunn
You Are Not A Frog
In this episode, we hear from the expert in conflict management and mediation, Jane Gunn. She discusses important tips to keep in mind in order to host great meetings. Jane also shares some practical conflict management tips and how to make decisions that you and your team agree on. Episode Highlights[04:14] Why You Avoid ConflictYou may be afraid of your emotions or unconfident to navigate difficult conversations.[05:26] The Skill of Conflict ManagementThere are four ways to deal with conflict: fight, flight, freeze, or appease.[08:03] Conflict Management Within TeamsConflict is necessary. Some teams have too much, whereas others have too little.[09:46] The Power of Resolution Rethinking in Conflict ManagementNemawashi is a process of digging deep into issues to determine their impact on all sides.[12:22] The Importance of Consultations in Conflict ManagementConsulting in conflict management others allows people to feel heard. [15:51] Uncovering ConcernsA concern can be addressed during the meeting or through a personal follow-up with the concerned individual. [17:04] Framing a MeetingSet rules and expectations for the flow of the meeting.[18:44] The Elephant in the RoomAn anonymous poll can help people overcome the fear of speaking up.[23:30] Uncovering Conflict and Conflict Management in a Meeting Be clear on your criteria for making decisions within your team to avoid others from deciding based on their own viewpoint.[26:52] What Your Feelings are Trying to Tell YouIntuitive feelings serve to remind you to take the time to think rather than rushing a decision.[32:21] Hosting a Meeting Like a Dinner PartyTry to make it both fun and functional.[38:44] Your Role as a Participant in Meetings and Conflict ManagementAs a participant, you can use this structure: listen, don’t interrupt, and reflect back.[45:04] Our Responsibility as ProfessionalsWe have a responsibility to run effective meetings.[46:30] Top Three Tips for Making Meetings BetterThink about the meeting as a dinner party, make the meeting fun and functional, and find ways to let everybody have a voice and participate.[47:29] The Power of Resolutionary ThinkingThe course focuses on creating a better understanding of how we can manage change, crisis and conflict.Enjoyed This Podcast?Write a review and share this with your friends.Join the Shapes Collective Facebook group.Find out more about our training here.Email Rachel or reach her on LinkedIn or Twitter.Check out the Permission to Thrive CPD membership for doctors!Sign up now for the Shapes Toolkit Programs to help you take control of your workload, feel better, and beat burnout. Create your ideal week using the THRIVE Week Planner!Sign up here for more FREE resources.Become a member of the Resilience Team Academy! Sign-ups are open until the third of November.Support the show
Summer Replay Series: How To Do Conflict Well with Jane Gunn
You Are Not A Frog
Over the summer we’ve curated a series of past You Are Not A Frog episodes to help you reflect, take stock, and help you get some headspace as you prepare for what’s bound to be a busy and challenging Autumn. These episodes are some of my personal favorites and I’m so pleased to be able to share them again. This week….how to do conflict well, with Jane Gunn. This episode really changed the way I think about disagreement and interpersonal conflict. We’re all capable of having difficult conversations with patients and clients so why do we find it so hard to do it with each other? In this episode, Jane offers some fantastically helpful insights into conflict and offers some top tips about how to start to have these conversations - and stop conflict escalating into a nightmare situation. Listen to this episode here if you know that there are some issues that you have been sweeping under the carpet that you know you really need to address…Grab a cuppa, get the deckchair out, relax and enjoy!Find the original episode shownotes hereFind more episodes hereFind out more about our training programmes hereSupport the show
So many people find themselves avoiding the issue, keeping quiet so they avoid confrontation. It is a flawed approach which often leads to unhappiness, frustration and conflict. In today’s show we highlight the significant difference between confronting the issue and being confrontational. My guest Jane Gunn The BAREFOOT MEDIATOR shares her expertise in conflict resolution. She enables people to deal with difference and diversity in ways that are non-adversarial and solution focused. About The Show Are you the ‘Leader’ of your own life? Are you getting the best out of life – personally and professionally? Join us on ‘Leadership For Life with Gina Gardiner’ where you can enjoy interviews from a wide range of top experts who will share their insights and skills and where I will share with you the principles and strategies to help you live a happier more successful and fulfilling life - personally and professionally. About The Guest Jane Gunn, is an expert in the field of conflict resolution, a trained mediator and facilitator, known to her clients as “The Barefoot Mediator”. Author of 2 popular books “How To Beat Bedlam In The Boardroom And Boredom In The Bedroom” and “The AuthorityGuide To Conflict Resolution”, she has spoken at the United Nations, The White House and the European Commission. Jane helps people in all walks of life to become ReSolutionaries. Teaching them the basic skills of mediation, she enables people to deal with difference and diversity in ways that are non-adversarial and solution focused. Her mission is to create a tribe of barefoot mediators equipped to lead and inspire others in times of change, challenge and crisis. She has a powerful message supported bypractical tools and techniques that applies to organizations of all sizes across all sectors. Find out More: https://genuinely-you.co/user/1036 This Episode is Sponsored by: Take the PEP Weekly Challenge to dramatically reduce your stress and feelings of anxiety. Key reasons why PEP Weekly Tried and tested strategies proven to help Reduce the impact of stress Deal with anxiety Increase self confidence Simple and easy to incorporate into daily life Something to suit everyone Require no equipment Take positive action to deal with feeling anxious or stressed. Find Out More: https://pepweekly.com/index
In his second interview with Jane Gunn, the Barefoot Mediator, Andy Lopata asks Jane about the professional relationships that have had the most impact on her career. Jane gives him one example where she received the support and trust she needed from her senior partner despite the challenge of being a junior and a women in a male dominated environment. When relationships become challenging, taking a step back to think about it calmly is usually the best strategy. Jane recommends two books that have influenced her thinking.
The Role of Professional Relationships in Managing Conflict: Jane Gunn
The Connected Leadership Podcast
In this edition of the Connected Leadership Podcast, Andy Lopata discusses managing conflict in professional relationships with Jane Gunn, The Barefoot Mediator and former lawyer. If professional relationships underline executive success, what happens when conflict arises and threatens to breakdown relationships or collaboration? Jane explains how conflict is a process by which we express our disatisfaction with a person or a situation. A bad conversation or assumptions can escalate and cause resentment and misunderstanding. Strategies to overcome these problems include a clear mindset, a constructive response and mediation. Also important is a framework within organisations for managing conflict in these situations.
How to Transform Conflict into Collaboration with Jane Gunn
Speaking Business podcast
My guest this week is an expert in the field of conflict resolution, a trained mediator and facilitator. She is the Chair of the Board of Management of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is a former director and board member of the Civil Mediation Council of England and Wales. She helps organisations in times of change, challenge and crisis to stay ahead of the curve in transforming conflict into collaboration saving the cost and time of formal disputes or litigation and damaged relationships and reputation. Author of 2 popular books “How To Beat Bedlam In The Boardroom And Boredom In The Bedroom” and “The Authority Guide To Conflict Resolution”, she has spoken at the United Nations, The White House and the European Commission. Please give a warm welcome to my guest this week, Corporate Peacemaker Jane Gunn. Bio Jane Gunn is an expert in the field of conflict resolution, a trained mediator and facilitator, known to her clients as “The Barefoot Mediator”. She is the Chair of the Board of Management of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and is a former director and board member of the Civil Mediation Council of England and Wales (CMC). Author of 2 popular books “How To Beat Bedlam In The Boardroom And Boredom In The Bedroom” and “The Authority Guide To Conflict Resolution”, she has spoken at the United Nations, The White House and the European Commission. As the world in which we live becomes increasingly focused on the global unrest created by the rise of a pandemic virus, racial inequality, terrorism, climate change, financial instability and more, people everywhere are dealing with both the external and internal sense of conflict, constant fear and uncertainty this is creating, Jane is asking: What can we, as individuals, do to understand and transform this conflict? Are we being woken up to a deeper meaning and message? How do we find harmony and balance in a crazy world? Jane Gunn helps people in all walks of life to become ReSolutionaries. Teaching them the basic skills of mediation, she enables people to deal with difference and diversity in ways that are non-adversarial, and solution focused. Her mission is to create a tribe of barefoot mediators equipped to lead and inspire others in times of change, challenge and crisis. She has a powerful message supported by practical tools and techniques that applies to organizations of all sizes across all sectors. The stakes couldn’t be higher for businesses right now. Critical decisions must be made each day as to how businesses are going to survive and thrive in the weeks and months ahead. And yet the ability for many leaders and managers to think and decide clearly may be challenged by; Disagreements with colleagues Tensions with family members Internal conflict created by the times we are living in Jane has worked with organisations large and small including Cable & Wireless, The NHS, BAA, Bacardi- Martini, McLaren Racing, The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, ACCA and many more Jane’s skill is in getting people Talking about what matters most – both to them and to their organisation Motivated, energised and committed to what needs to happen next Her approach is both interactive and fun. Recorded on: 22nd July 2020 Links: More about Maria Franzoni Ltd Connect with Maria on Linkedin Connect with Maria on FaceBook To book any of the speakers featured on the Speaking Business podcast, click here Listen here: Libsyn Itunes Stitcher Spotify