Building and Sustaining Your Peacemaking Practice: Innovative Tools for Collaborative Professionals & Mediators (Advanced Training) – Tampa, FL
February 22 - February 23
$495 by January 10, 2019, $545 after January 10, 2019. Fee becomes non-refundable after January 10, 2019. Continental breakfast and lunch included in cost. Trainers: Adam B. Cordover, Tampa, FL; Enid Miller Ponn, Weston, FL; Kevin R. Scudder, Seattle, WA; Robert Merlin, Coral Gables, FL; Brian Galbraith, Barrie, ON (CAN); Melissa Sulkowski, Erie, PA
There are communities around the world in which Collaborative and Mediation work have been embraced by professionals and clients. One of the common elements that tie these communities together is that quality practitioners are never satisfied with what they know, how they apply their skills, and in what areas of practice their skills are applied. In this highly interactive training, learn strategies and techniques that have been successfully implemented in communities around the world. Practice leading edge methods to strengthen your teams, provide effective feedback, and address conflict before and when it arises. Explore innovative techniques designed to increase your work with clients who choose out-of-court legal processes like Collaborative Practice and Mediation.
- Learn tips and tricks for creating more out-of-court work, including but not limited to Collaborative Practice and Mediation.
- Model how practitioners have transitioned from a traditional practice to one focused on out-of-court / peacemaking work.
- Differentiate yourself from your own legal community.