Segment 1 - Cinnie Noble – Conflict Management to Conflict Intelligence – Creator of The Cinergy Model of Conflict Management Coaching, Cinnie Noble. Today on The Coaching Show!
Segment 2 - Cinnie Noble – The “Not So Merry” Go-Round of Conflict, and other tools for Conflict Management Coaching. Today with Cinnie Noble on The Coaching Show!
Segment 3 - Prof. Robert C. Bordone – Identity versus Intention – Negotiation from the Zero Sum Opportunity and how to address it, from the head of the Harvard Law School Negotiation and Mediation Program. Today on The Coaching Show!
Segment 4 - Prof. Robert C. Bordone – Open Ended Questions, Changing The Frame and more practical applications of Negotiation and Mediation Skills with the Director of the Harvard Law School program on Negotiation and Mediation. Today on The Coaching Show!
Cinnie Noble is the founder of CINERGY® Coaching, a division of Noble Solutions Inc. She is a lawyer, mediator, certified coach, and a former social worker who has studied and practiced a range of conflict management services for over 20 years.
Cinnie has extensive experience as a conflict management practitioner and consultant and as a professional coach, specializing in conflict management coaching. A pioneer in the development of conflict management coaching as a coaching specialty, she created the CINERGY model in 1999.
Cinnie has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from the University of Toronto; a Bachelors of Social Work (Honours) from York University; a law degree from the University of Windsor; and a Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School. She completed courses with Family Mediation Services of Ontario; Harvard Law School; and CDR Associates’ course on Mediating Employee Relations Disputes. Cinnie is a graduate of Coach U and is certified by the International Coach Federation, as a Professional Certified Coach.
A former board member of the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF), Cinnie currently hosts ICF’s Community of Practice on Conflict Management Coaching. Cinnie is also a member of the Association for Coaching, International Association of Coaching, International Coach Federation, International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations and Peer Resources Network.
Cinnie is an active member of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) and one of the first people to become a member of its Academy of Advanced Practitioners. She chairs ACR’s Workplace Section Conflict Coaching Committee and is also a member of the ADR Institute of Ontario, Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum, Mediators Beyond Borders, Peacemakers Trust, and World Mediation Forum.
Cinnie is a much sought-after speaker and regularly presents nationally and internationally, on conflict management coaching. A former instructor at the University of Toronto in its Certificate in Continuing Studies in Dispute Resolution program, Cinnie developed two courses entitled, “Workplace Dispute Resolution” and “Coaching Conflict Management”. She taught Family Mediation at Atkinson College, York University, Alternative Dispute Resolution at the University of Windsor Law School and is a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School, in their Masters of Law (Alternative Dispute Resolution) program.
Cinnie is the author of “Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model”. She also co-wrote (with Ed Modell and Diane Brennan) a chapter entitled “Conflict Management” in: Wildflower, L. and Brennan, D. (2011) “The Handbook of Knowledge-Based Coaching” (Jossey-Bass). Cinnie is co-author (with Leslie Dizgun and Paul Emond) of the book “Mediation Advocacy: Effective Client Representation in Mediation Proceedings”, published in 1998. Her book “Family Mediation: A Guide for Lawyers”, was published in 1999. Previous book publications are: “Handi-Travel: A Resource Book for Disabled and Elderly Travellers” (1985 1st edition, 1987 2nd edition – Canadian Rehabilitation Council for the Disabled); “The Disabled Traveller” (1991 – Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors), an update of the book entitled “The Handicapped Traveller: A Guidebook for Travel Counsellors” (1982 – Canadian Institute of Travel Counsellors). Cinnie writes extensively for the online newsletter Mediate.com and other publications. Feel free to visit the ARTICLES LINK of the site, to access many of her articles. http://www.cinergycoaching.com
Robert C. Bordone, Thaddeus R. Beal Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
Most students at Harvard Law School know Professor Bob Bordone as the lead instructor for Harvard Law School’s flagship Spring Negotiation Workshop. In 2007, the graduating class selected Bob as the recipient of the Albert Sacks-Paul Freund Teaching Award, presented annually by the student body to one member of the Law School faculty for their teaching excellence, mentorship of students, and general contributions to the life of the Law School. He was a finalist for the same award in 2012 and 2013, the only faculty member in the history of Harvard Law School to be a finalist for this distinction three times. Bob also teaches, at various times, courses on dispute resolution, leadership, dispute systems design, and multi-party negotiations. He is Founding Director of the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, which the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) selected to be the recipient of its 2010 Problem Solving in the Law School Curriculum Award. He also serves as a Member of the Executive Committee for the Program on Negotiation and teaches in their Harvard Negotiation Institute and the Senior Executive Education seminars.
As a professional facilitator and conflict resolution consultant, Bob works with individual and corporate clients across a spectrum of industries. He specializes in assisting individuals and groups seeking to manage conflicts in highly sensitive, emotional, or difficult situations. His corporate clients have included Premera Blue Cross, Health Net, Gap, Inc., Fidelity Investments, Nestlé, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, Exelon, and Microsoft. In addition, he has worked on projects with nonprofit, educational, governmental and cultural institutions such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Massachusetts General Hospital, Princeton Regional Schools, Dartmouth College, Fort Wayne, Indiana Schools, the U.S. Department of Justice, the United Way, the International Criminal Court at The Hague, DePaul University, and the Vienna School of Economics and Business Administration.
In addition, he has taught negotiation to attorneys at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the National Association of Realtors, and the international law firms of Weil, Gotshal, & Manges, LLP, Freshfields, Braukhaus, & Deringer, Lowenstein, Sandler, LLP, Crowell & Moring, LLP, Shearman & Sterling, LLP, and Clifford Chance, LLP.
Bob’s research interests include the design and implementation of dispute resolution systems, the development of a problem-solving curriculum in law schools, and ADR ethics. Bob is the co-author of two books: Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes (Aspen, 2013) and The Handbook of Dispute Resolution (Jossey-Bass, 2005). The Handbook of Dispute Resolution was awarded the 2005 Book Award from the National Institute for Advanced Conflict Resolution, awarded to a book published in the United States that shows the best promise of promoting and contributing to the field of conflict resolution. Bob has also authored a number of articles including “Negotiation Teaching in Law Schools,” a working paper published in Negotiation Pedagogy: A Research Survey of Four Disciplines, 11 (2000); “Teaching Interpersonal Skills for Negotiation and for Life” in the Negotiation Journal (October 2000) and “Electronic Online Dispute Resolution: A Systems Approach—Potential, Problems, and a Proposal,” 3 Harv. Neg. L. Rev. 175 (1998). He has written numerous case simulations used in Harvard negotiation courses and at other American law schools, and his writing and commentary have appeared in various print and broadcast media outlets including The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, CNN’s Situation Room, and BBC Radio.
A summa cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College, where he majored in Government, and a cum laude graduate Harvard Law School, Bob clerked for the Honorable George A. O’Toole, Jr. of the United States District Court for Massachusetts. He has also worked at the Washington D.C.-based law firm of Crowell & Moring, the New York-based law firm of Cravath, Swaine, & Moore, the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Boston Consulting Group. He is a member of the bars of NY, NJ, and the District of Columbia.
Bob currently serves as the Associate Editor of the Negotiation Journal and as a member of its Editorial Advisory Board. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Harvard Mediation Program and is faculty adviser to the Harvard Mediation Program, the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Harvard Negotiators, HLS Lambda, and the HLS Catholic Law Students Association. He also serves on the Board of Visitors of the William Jewett Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth College.
As the Director of HNMCP, Bob is responsible for the overall functioning of the clinic, and directly supervises some of the clinical projects. http://www.law.Harvard.edu\negotiation