Dr Greg Bond

Mediator and Trainer
Greg was born in the UK and lives and works in Germany. He teaches mediation, negotiation and cross-cultural communication in commercial law, management and MBA programmes at the Technical University of Wildau, Berlin, Germany, where he also coordinates an internal conflict advisory service.
  • Works in business and organisations as a mediator, trainer and facilitator, particularly in workplace mediation, dialogue processes, peer coaching, and corporate team development
  • On the academic advisory board of the master’s in mediation at European University Viadrina in Frankfurt / Oder.
  • He is a professor in mediation at New Vision University Tbilisi
  • Master’s in mediation from European University Viadrina and a PhD in German literature from the University of Nottingham
  • Published widely on mediation, blogs regularly on the Kluwer mediation blog, and has edited two books on mediation: International Commercial Mediation Training Role-plays (2016, with Colin J Wall), and Mediation Practice: 8 Cultures, 16 Cases, 128 Creative Solutions (2017)
Posted 4 Dec 2020
The question recently occurred to me whether we would have reached the kinds of online worlds of work we now have in many fields without the need to do so due to Covid-19. Would it have happened anyway, just more slowly and perhaps with different nuances?

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