A fundamental purpose of dispute resolution practitioners is to help people make decisions about processes, procedures, and issues in managing their conflicts. This post lists concepts to help people make decisions about the choice of dispute resolution process, specific procedures in a given process, and resolving issues in dispute. In resolving disputes, people should consider the value of plausible options and the future tangible costs and intangible costs and interests of continuing the dispute. The post lists specific cognitions, possible actions, and practitioner interventions promoting good decision-making.
Concepts That Can Help Practitioners Help Parties Make Decisions in Disputes
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