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Please note this training is delivered via online long-distance learning through the Zoom platform. You will need a device that has a strong connection with the internet, along with a camera, audio and printer access. The following are comments from recent PSI training participants who used Zoom: “This course exceeded my expectations. I was hesitant to do it via Zoom but now believe it was the best thing I could do. I learned so much about how mediation work now a days on Zoom. I…Find out more »
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January 12-14, 19-21, 26-28, 2021
Live on ZOOM!
- Overview of Mediation
- Mediation Models
- How Mediators Diagnose the Causes of Conflict
- Conflict Styles: What You Bring to the Mediation Table
- How Mediators Facilitate Interest-Based Negotiations: Transitioning Parties from Positions to Interests
- The Mediation Roadmap
- Stages of Mediation: Preparation, Opening the Session, Sharing Perspectives and Exploring Issues in Depth, Problem-Solving
- The Art of Reframing: Dealing with Threats, Demands and other Toxic Language
- Cultural Issues in Mediation
- Ask a Mediator: Panel of Prominent Mediators Respond to your Questions
- Using the Mediation Caucus: When Should the Mediator meet Privately with Each Party?
- The Caucus Demonstration and Critique
- Mediating Money Matters
- Managing Emotions, posing Thoughtful Questions and Dealing with Apologies
- Coaching Parties to Raise Conflict Constructively
- Mediating Sexual Harassment Cases
- Dealing with Impasse
- Power Issues in Mediation
- Applications of Mediation
- Building a Mediation Practice
Judy Mares-Dixon, M.A., owner of Mares-Dixon & Associates, former Partner with CDR Associates, has worked in the conflict resolution field since 1986 as a trainer, mediator, coach, facilitator, consultant, and dispute resolution systems designer in the United States, Canada, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. She mediates contract disputes, collective bargaining agreements, sexual harassment, ADA and other EEO complaints. She mediates grievances, organizational conflicts, conflictsinvolving cross-cultural issues and public policy disputes.
Ms. Mares-Dixon has applied alternative dispute resolution procedures in the private and public sectors at the local, state, and federal levels. She has trained human resource personnel, union officials, managers, lawyers, advocates, social service personnel, educators, law enforcement personnel, community organizers, and medical professionals in mediation, negotiation, coaching, facilitation, resolving cross-cultural issues and dispute resolution system design.Find out more »
WHEN: January 26, 2021 @ 8:00 am – January 28, 2021 @ 5:00 pm Reserve January 27- Students work at home to research and create your business plan framework with access to the trainer for support and assistance. CONTACT Monica Lichtenberger to reserve your space. 719-266-8181 Email Learner Objectives: Section I Aligning Passions and a Mediator/Conflict Manager Career Clarify values and personal strengths Explore diverse roles and opportunities for mediators/conflict managers Mesh strengths with your career Section II…Find out more »
The Mediation Association of Colorado and the Association for Family Mediators of Ukraine invite mediators from Ukraine and the USA to share their frameworks of family mediation through observation of online role plays mediated by American and Ukrainian neutrals and to discuss the differences observed. There will be two rounds of simulation of two different family mediation cases. One by U.S. mediators and case participants and another by Ukrainian mediators and case participants. Between each 45-minute simulation, there will be time for discussion and questions.…Find out more »
February 17,18, 22, 23,24 8-5pm Description: Please note this training is delivered via online long-distance learning through the Zoom platform. You will need a device that has a strong connection with the internet, along with a camera, audio and printer access. The following are comments from former training participants: “This course exceeded my expectations. I was hesitant to do it via Zoom but now believe it was the best thing I could do. I learned so much about how mediation work now a days on Zoom. I…Find out more »
Creighton Law Review Symposium: Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Business Setting Friday, February 26, 2021 - 12:00pm - 5:00pm (Central Time)/11:00 am - 4:00 pm (MT ) The Creighton University School of Law and Creighton Law Review present the annual Creighton Law Review Symposium. Celebrating the Werner Institute’s 15th anniversary, this year’s topic is Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Business Setting. Learn how to get better results in negotiation, how to effectively mediate and arbitrate online, and how to mitigate risk in drafting arbitration…Find out more »