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If you’ve already asked for my free article, “Seven Steps for Effective Problem Solving,” please check your email. Or you can download the article from here. I hope it offers you value. I’d welcome any responses or questions you may have. You may also be interested in my recent book, Embodied Conflict: the neural basis of conflict and communication. You’ll find information below.

In addition to my mediation, facilitation, and consultation services, I’m also available for speaking engagements across the United States and Europe for your university, business, or government agency.

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Thanks for your interest in my free article, “Seven Steps for Effective Problem Solving.” I hope it offers you value. I’d welcome any responses or questions you may have. Don’t hesitate to be in touch if you have questions about or need my mediation, facilitation, or consultation services, or to discuss a particular situation you are facing. And know that I’m also available for speaking engagements across the United States and Europe for your university, business, or government agency.

You may also be interested in my recent book, Embodied Conflict: the neural basis of conflict and communication. You can read excerpts from the book at https://www.mediate.com/articles/HicksEmbodied1.cfm, or order the book at www.routledge.com/9781138087118 or wherever you buy your books.
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Enjoy this 13-page PDF Download of the “Seven Steps to Effective Problem Solving” by Tim Hicks. This brief article will give you a road map for moving from disagreement to agreement.
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More from Tim Hicks:

My book, Embodied Conflictwill help you understand why so many conflicts happen between us and why they are so often difficult to resolve.

  • Why do we like to be right?
  • Why are we so attached to our point of view?
  • Why is it so difficult to listen to someone with whom we disagree?
  • Why is it that so many perceptual biases like implicit bias and confirmation bias get in our way?

The answers to these and other questions are found in the way our brains work. This book will give you a deeper appreciation for the challenges of communication and relationship. It includes many case examples and suggestions for how we might improve our conflict resolution practices to take into account the neural reality of our conflict experience.

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