Edmonton: January 15, 2016

M & M CAFE – MEDIATION MENTORSHIP CAFE

I have decided to create the M and M Cafe to provide an opportunity for new, or past, graduates and working mediators to come together to co-create some mentoring opportunities.

This first meeting of GREAT MINDS will be hosted by me at my office. If the event gets too big we can move downstairs to the Cafe.

GOAL for the first meeting will be to hear from graduates who are experiencing a slump since graduating and are struggling to get meaningful experiences practising their skills, contribute to their community, and have access to those of us with years of experience. Once we have created a list of the challenges you are facing then we can work together to brainstorm some possible options to fill the gap between training and applying what you have learned in a meaningfull way.

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Eventbrite - M & M Cafe- Mediation Mentorship Cafe

Edmonton: April 11, 2016

LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION

Whether you are leading a company, department, labour union or a case file through conflictual negotiations or mediations, understanding how our brains work during those processes will give you some much needed insight. Gain an understanding of how brains work when we try to manage our emotions, when we need to focus our attention, make a decision or analyze the behavior of another person. What are the main biological processes and mechanisms driving the behavior of parties, counsel, their advisors and neutrals before and during a negotiation or mediation? What are the influences of culture, gender, age on those behaviors? How can we optimize negotiation and mediation preparation, processes and practices?

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Eventbrite - LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION

Calgary: April 14, 2016

LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION

Whether you are leading a company, department, labour union or a case file through conflictual negotiations or mediations, understanding how our brains work during those processes will give you some much needed insight. Gain an understanding of how brains work when we try to manage our emotions, when we need to focus our attention, make a decision or analyze the behavior of another person. What are the main biological processes and mechanisms driving the behavior of parties, counsel, their advisors and neutrals before and during a negotiation or mediation? What are the influences of culture, gender, age on those behaviors? How can we optimize negotiation and mediation preparation, processes and practices?

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Eventbrite - LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION

Victoria: April 18, 2016

LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION

Whether you are leading a company, department, labour union or a case file through conflictual negotiations or mediations, understanding how our brains work during those processes will give you some much needed insight. Gain an understanding of how brains work when we try to manage our emotions, when we need to focus our attention, make a decision or analyze the behavior of another person. What are the main biological processes and mechanisms driving the behavior of parties, counsel, their advisors and neutrals before and during a negotiation or mediation? What are the influences of culture, gender, age on those behaviors? How can we optimize negotiation and mediation preparation, processes and practices?

To find out more or register, click the button below:

Eventbrite - LEADERS APPLYING NEUROBIOLOGY TO NEGOTIATIONS AND MEDIATIONS