Cultivating Collaborative Professionals and Converting the Nay Sayers
So many professionals still don’t know about the Collaborative Process.
Essentials of a Collaborative Military Divorce
Divorces, where at least one party is in uniformed services, can present challenges for those unfamiliar with the military. This presentation provides an introduction to military divorce and the unique challenges they present with a specific focus on timesharing and military pensions using the collaborative process. Approval Period: 07/15/2022 – 01/31/2024 CLE Credits: General: 1.5
Developing Dialogue for Dynamic Teams
Words speak volumes. Research has shown that a single word can elicit strong cognitive and emotional responses.
Domestic Intimate Partner Violence – Two Sessions
In a role-play format, utilizing a case- scenario as its basis, this workshop will provide extensive information.
Attracting Collaborative Clients and Making Cases: Setting Your Intention Straight
How can we help trained professionals get more cases? It starts with helping them get clear about their “why”.
Money Matters – A Team Approach to Understanding the Emotional and Practical Needs of Clients
This workshop will explore how “Money Matters” differently to each client, and how it influences their decision-making process.
Utilizing the Ethical Standards to Debrief Your Collaborative Matter
Collaborative practice is unique in its use of team members from different professions of origin.
Survive & Thrive Using Social Media
Attendees will learn strategies to increase public awareness of the Collaborative Process and their practices through social media marketing.
Finding The Hidden Sum: Forensic Accounting in Collaborative
Hidden income, hidden assets, hidden spending… Yes!, these can be dealt with in collaborative cases.