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February 2022

Top Tips for Starting an ADR Practice

February 15 at 12:00 pm PST
$47

Date February 15, 2022 Time 12 PM PST • 3 PM EST • 9 PM CET Cost $47 All webinars are free for CUC Connect members. Click here to learn more. You've taken mediation and conflict resolution trainings and have begun developing the skills you need to serve clients in conflict, but how do you make that your day job? In this webinar, Catherine Conner and Melanie Rowen will discuss concrete tips for starting your own practice that includes or is…

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March 2022

Virtual Mediation Revisited: What have we learned over the last two years of doing mediation online?

March 17 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
$47

Date March 17, 2022 Time 12 PM PDT • 3 PM EDT • 8 PM CET Cost $47 All webinars are free for CUC Connect members. Click here to learn more. With so much of our work involving non-verbal cues and how it feels to be "in the room" with our clients, the pandemic fundamentally changed how we work with conflict. In this webinar, we'll explore the challenges and opportunities presented by holding difficult conversations online and examine how mediation and…

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April 2022

Power: Understanding or Coercion?

April 12 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT
$47

Date April 12, 2022 Time 10 AM PDT • 1 PM EDT • 7 PM CEST Cost $47 All webinars are free for CUC Connect members. Click here to learn more. Central to our approach to conflict is to maximize the potential of the power of understanding in the three dimension of self, other and external realities. Understanding is a quite different and challenging alternative to the power of coercion. These dimensions have a potential power to transform and help guide…

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May 2022

Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them

May 10 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
Online
$47

Date May 10, 2022 Time 12 PM PDT • 3 PM EDT • 9 PM CEST Cost $47 All webinars are free for CUC Connect members. Click here to learn more. Everybody lies (and gets lied to), every day. As mediators, journalists, lawyers and negotiators, we encounter more lies than most. In conflict, there are countless incentives to exaggerate, embellish, omit and deceive. So what do we do? How do we know if someone is lying? And how do we deal…

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