Conflict Solved: Doc Peg is IN
For human resource professionals, government leaders and mediators.
What Not to Do with Employee Complaints, quoted by Rebecca R. Hastings, SPHR for SPHR, Online. 2011
Managing Conflict in the Workplace, in Stephen E. Condrey (ed.) Handbook of Human Resource Management. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 1998 (Herrman)
Leaders Respond Effectively to Conflict, in The Handbook for Georgia Mayors and Councilmembers . Georgia Municipal Association. 2011
Conflict Resolution, in Betty Hudson and Paul T. Hardy (eds.) Handbook for Georgia Mayors and Councilmembers. Carl Vinson Institute of Government, The University of Georgia, in cooperation with the Georgia Municipal Association. (fourth edition). Athens, GA: Vinson Institute of Government, 2005 (Herrman)
Conflict Resolution, in Betty Hudson and Paul T. Hardy (eds.) Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners. Carl Vinson Institute of Government, The University of Georgia, in cooperation with the Association County Commissioners of Georgia. (fourth edition). Athens, GA: Vinson Institute of Government, 2002 (Herrman)
Public Administrators as Conflict Resolvers, PA Times. 22 (#6), 1999 (Geiger & Herrman).
Resolving Conflict: Strategies for Local Government, Herrman edited this volume, Washington, D.C.:International City/County Management Association (ICMA). It includes two original chapters by Herrman, Introduction andFinding Help. 1994
Mediation in a Regional Setting: Facilitating Dispute Resolution and Decision Making. Special Report for the National Association of Regional Councils, Washington, D.C., 1987 (Herrman)
Mediator Reflections on Practice: Connecting Select Demographics and Preferred Orientations, Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 20 (# 4), 2003 (Hollett, Herrman, Eaker & Gale)
The Assessment of Mediation Outcomes: The Development and Validation of an Evaluative Technique, Justice System Journal. 23 (# 3), 2002 (Hollett, Herrman, Eaker & Gale)
Considering Effective Divorce Mediation: Three Potential Factors, Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 19 (# 4), 2002 (Gale, Mowery, Herrman & Hollett)
Supporting Accountability in the Field of Mediation, Negotiation Journal. 18 (# 1), 2002 (Hollett, Herrman, Eaker, Gale & Foster)
Defining Mediator Knowledge and Skills, Negotiation Journal. 17 (# 2), 2001 (Herrman, Hollett, Gale & Foster)
Exploring Deeper Wisdoms of Mediation: Notes From the Edge, Peace and Conflict Studies 6 (#1), 1999 (Herrman)
On Balance: Promoting Integrity Under Conflicted Mandates, Mediation Quarterly 11 (# 2), 1993 (Herrman)
ADR in Context – Linking Our Past, Present, and a Possible Future, Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 3, 1989-1990 (Herrman)
In Support of Variety: On the Need for Refined Matching of Dispute Resolution Processes and Cases, International Journal of Group Tensions. 17(1-4), 1987 (Herrman)
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