Continuing Education

James Gilman

James Gilman

James has 25 years of experience as a mediator and 15 years of experience teaching a college course in mediation, conflict resolution, and leadership. Since the mid-1990s, James has been engaged in teaching, training, and actively mediating/resolving conflict. He taught a college level course, Mediation: Theory and Practice, which was a required course for students in a Leadership Program at Mary Baldwin University. James has regularly trained student leaders, at the University, in conflict styles and mediation techniques; he also trained leaders in various organizations, such as leaders in the Episcopal Diocese of Southwestern Virginia. In addition, James was a liaison between law enforcement and the mental health community in Staunton, Virginia, and between public school students and school officials. He is also the author of How to Resolve Conflict: A Practical Mediation Manual.

Courses Taught

Mediation, Conflict Resolution, and Leadership

How does one resolve conflict while preserving the dignity and integrity of all involved? Through an equitable process that offers a framework for collaborative resolution. Designed to provide professionals and leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to negotiate and manage conflict, this course examines the various causes of conflict, responses, and how personal style can benefit or burden toward positive resolution. See Textbooks and Supply Lists for required textbook.

Th 6:30pm–9pm Jan 25Feb 22 (5 sessions) $165.00
On Campus: CC Bldg, Room 3345 (Main Campus, Map)
9600 College Way N Seattle WA 98103
Winter Quarter
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