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  • Mediation Training FAQs - MWI
    many opportunities will each participant have to mediate Will each role play be accompanied by a single coach for the duration of the role play or will trainers be floating between sessions Ask Post Training Support Opportunities If you re looking to mediate following a mediation training it s critical that you develop a plan to meet that goal Find out if your training provider offers such opportunities and what is the fee if any Since 1994 MWI has provided quality mediation training to thousands of professionals organizations and corporations around the world Click here for additional information about what to look for in a mediation training program Q What are the differences between the weekday and weekend Forty Hour Mediation Training Program A The main difference between the two programs is the format MWI s Forty Hour Weekday Mediation Training Program is a consecutive five day Monday through Friday format with each day running from 8 30 AM to 5 00 PM MWI s Forty Hour Weekend Mediation Training Program is designed for people who would prefer a weekend and evening schedule The Weekend Forty Hour program consists of seven sessions taking place over two full weekends Saturday Sunday Saturday Sunday 8 30 AM to 4 30 PM each day and three Wednesday evenings from 5 00 PM to 9 00 PM Q Who attends MWI s mediation training programs A Since MWI started offering mediation training in 1994 a consistent pattern has developed A third of the participants tend to be members of the legal community attorneys probation officers and judges another third are from the mental health field therapists counselors social workers and psychologists and the remaining participants are business consultants administrators and graduate students In addition the weekday program has a greater number of professionals from

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  • Kardasis bio - MWI
    Zealand and Australia She has been a trainer and coach for MWI for many years and has participated in MWI s Forty Hour Training Executive Training Summary Process Training and the MWI Mediation Program at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University In addition Arline regularly provides coaching for law students in their mediation classes at Suffolk Law School and Boston College Law School Arline s industry experience includes ADR work in the state judiciary US government human resources eldercare family and business and corporate areas Arline co authored Mom Always Liked You Best A Guide for Resolving Family Feuds Inheritance Battles and Eldercare Crises published in 2011 She also co wrote When Aging Issues Lead to Family Conflict for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Trainings and Workshops Association for Conflict Resolution ACR Family Section 2011 National Meeting in Minneapolis MN and 2007 in Cape Cod MA Environmental Protection Agency EPA Atlantic Ecology Division in Narragansett Rhode Island 2010 The 3rd World Summit on Elder Mediation Chicago IL 2010 The Family Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York 2010 ACR Elder Decision Making and Conflict Resolution Section Teleseminars 2009 and 2010 The Judges Institute at the Connecticut Probate Assembly 2009 ACR Annual Meeting in Austin TX 2008 The North Shore Community Mediation 2008 Massachusetts Association of Councils on Aging 2008 Martha s Vineyard Mediation 2007 Framingham Court Mediation Services 2007 North Shore Elder Services 2007 Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Arline served as a founding tri chair of the Elder Decision Making and Conflict Resolution Section of the Association for Conflict Resolution She served for many years on the Board of Directors of the Association for Conflict Resolution New England Chapter and is the former Vice President of the Chapter Arline was the Newsletter Editor of the Chapter for

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  • Josh Hoch | Mentor - MWI
    family cases has mediated over 650 cases and has served as a mentor to over 160 mediators As Director of Mediation Arbitration Services at MWI Josh manages MWI s Mentor Program serves as a mentor to mediators and manages mediations and arbitrations referred from individuals companies EAP s therapists attorneys the Massachusetts BMC District Court Departments the Probate and Family Court Department and the Land Court Department of Massachusetts Trial Court System He is a member of MWI s training faculty and leads advanced divorce eviction and corporate mediation trainings Josh is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts AFCC and served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Chapter of AFCC from 2005 to 2012 Josh has been featured in the Boston Globe and on the award winning New England newsmagazine television show Chronicle where he provided information about marriage divorce and the use of divorce and family mediation in Massachusetts Representative Matters Has served as a mentor to over 160 mediators Oversees 18 mediators who provide free on site divorce and family mediation services to the Norfolk Probate and Family Court Division Creates customized individual mentor programs to help mediators achieve desired goals Has mediators mentees observe his divorce mediation sessions Debriefs cases with mediators via phone and Skype Observes mediators mediate court cases and provide feedback and tools to increase effectiveness Teaches advanced mediation workshops and trainings to new and experienced mediators Dedicated to helping mediators put theory behind practice and understanding their role as mediator Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Received recognition for outstanding performance and lasting contributions to the MA AFCC Chapter an organization that assists families in conflict through education research and services Served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Chapter of AFCC 2005 2012 Member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts AFCC Member of the Massachusetts Council on Family Mediation MCFM Appeared on the award winning New England newsmagazine television show Chronicle where he provided information about marriage divorce and the use of divorce and family mediation in MA Featured as a mediator in a Boston Globe article Serves as Treasurer of an annual fundraiser for Jimmy Fund Clinic patients and their families Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted Leads a Peer Supervision Group for divorce mediators providing services to the Norfolk Probate and Family Court Department February 2014 present Provides individual mentoring to mediators looking to increase their effectiveness as mediators 2003 present New England Law Boston Ethical Standards Presenter 2005 present Community Mediation Trainer The Prepared Summary Process Mediator 2013 Liaison for Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Mediation Practicum 2001 2011 A Child s Voice in Court How to Get It How to Interpret It and How to Use It Panel Speaker 2008 Coca Cola Enterprise Inc Trainer Trained over 950 employees dispute resolution and communication skills and educated over 1700 employees through briefings Florida Georgia Louisiana Texas New York Vermont 2004 2006 Harvard Law School Intern Fair Cambridge MA Presenter 2005 Boston

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  • Bennet Mentor bio - MWI
    It was clear that she brings a lot of experience knowledge and passion to the table and her suggestions were incredibly practical and simple meaning imminently understandable and applicable Mediation student Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School Dispute Resolution Experience Victoria Bennet is a mediator trainer facilitator and consultant providing services throughout New England since 2003 She has mediated a wide range of court referred government agency and private disputes including commercial employment contract tort foreclosure family divorce juvenile community and criminal cases Vicky has extensive experience training people from diverse backgrounds in conflict resolution skills including custom workshop design and one on one executive coaching As a consultant she advises business owners and executive teams on partnership and board issues and managing workplace conflict Representative Industries Workplace Human resources Court Mediations including Harassment Prevention and Eviction Family Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Mediator U S Equal Employment Opportunities Commission Mediation Panel Mediator Boston Bar Association Boston Municipal Court ADR Panel Mediator ADR Network Superior Court Mediation Panel MWI Mediation Panels Probate and Family Court Juvenile Court District Court Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted MIT Sloan School of Management designed and presented negotiation skills workshops MWI mediation training team MWI Executive and Mediation Trainings MWI Mediation Training at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Administrative Office of the Trial Courts Conference Mediation Coach MWI Mentor Program Guest Lecturer Representing Clients in Mediation Suffolk University Law School and Boston College Law School Mediation training team Boston College and Suffolk University School of Law Mediation coach Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School Mediation and Dispute Resolution Seminar Managing Growth Navigating Conflict While Building Your Enterprise Massachusetts Institute of Technology Effective Communication in Conflict 495 128 HR Collaborative Mediation Skills Training Roger Williams University Middle East Partnership Initiative Student Leaders

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  • DiGiammarino Mentor bio - MWI
    providing stewardship for a public education system serving over six thousand students Robin holds a Master s Degree in Occupational Therapy and she incorporates her expertise working with clients and her supervisory experience in clinical settings into her work as a coach trainer and mentor Since 2007 Robin has provided supervision and coaching to new mediators in the MWI Mentor Program Robin enjoys mentoring adult learners providing opportunities for mentees to sharpen their mediation skills and reinforce good habits Representative Matters MWI MA District and Municipal Court panelist for civil and advanced civil cases housing evictions family and probate disputes Pilot program in the Quincy District Court Harassment Prevention Orders Boston EEOC Office Employment discrimination cases MassHousing Public housing disputes Tenant s Assistance Program TAP Numerous private disputes involving dissolution of business partnerships Honors Memberships and Professional Activities Association for Conflict Resolution New England Chapter member ASTD American Society for Training Development MassUMA Working Group Co Chair Mediator Training Definition Committee 2006 09 Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted The Community Builders Annual Conference Hyannis MA Presenter 2014 Fitchburg State University Fitchburg MA Mediator and Consultant 2014 Aspiring Leaders NOVA Workforce Development Division USDA Boston MA Trainer 2013 Attleboro MA High School Peer Mediation Training Co Trainer 2013 Autistic Self Advocacy Network Focus Group Boston MA Facilitator 2013 Tips Tools for Mediating 258E District Court Cases MWI Boston MA Presenter 2013 Advanced Mediation Refresher Training MWI Boston MA Trainer 2012 Cary Memorial Library Foundation Professional Advisors Lexington MA Facilitator 2012 Partnership for Community Schools PCSM Malden MA Trainer 2010 America Speaks Framingham MA Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism Facilitator 2009 Tufts University Medford MA Negotiation Course Guest Speaker since 2009 Dept of Public History UMASS Amherst MA Mediation for Historians Trainer 2008 Massachusetts Association of School Committees MASC Conference Hyannis

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  • Loring Mentor bio - MWI
    personally look for is Scott because his skills and abilities as an unbiased mediator are superior Resident Services Coordinator Dispute Resolution Experience Scott R Loring is a mediator and mentor with MWI and a coach and facilitator in private practice A mediator since 2006 Scott and has mediated over 130 cases in the District and Municipal Court Departments as well as the Suffolk Probate and Family Court Department in the areas of housing divorce business partnerships family business and mediating to stay married Scott provides coaching to new mediators during mediation training programs helping them understand and practice the role of the mediator and he is a frequent speaker on the topic of Communication Skills Representative Matters Has co mediated over 130 cases Facilitated large group conversations among residents and staff at apartment buildings Often observes mediators and provides feedback and tools for improving their mediation skills and technique Teaches advanced mediation skills workshops to new and experienced mediators Committed to helping mediators uncover and reframe interests with effectiveness efficiency and empathy while remaining truly neutral Honors Memberships and Professional Activities New England Chapter of Association for Conflict Resolution Boston Facilitators Roundtables BFR Mass Bay Organizational Development MB ODLG Family Firm Institute FFI Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching ORSC International Coaching Federation ICF Lectures and ADR Trainings Conducted Non Violent Communication in Mediation and in Life Parts One and Two Presenter The CPR of Communication Content Pattern Relationship Presenter Negotiation Skills for Harvard School of Dental Medicine Boston University School of Dental Medicine and North Eastern University School of Dental Medicine New England Business Brokers Association NEBBA Children s Hospital Safety Department Somerville Cambridge Elder Services SCES Social Work in Progress Empathy Skill Development and Implementation for Harvard School of Dental Medicine Boston University School of Dental Medicine and North

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  • Mediation Training | Secure Mediation Training Registration Form - MWI
    advanced mediation training program please identify when you completed your initial basic training program minimum 30 hours the name and phone number of the training provider and your experience as a mediator if any Invalid Input Please select a training and program dates from the options below If using a credit card or a PayPal account please select PayPal and follow the prompts If sending a check or paying with a credit card over the phone please select By Check or call with Credit Card and call 617 895 4027 to speak with Allison McBratney Thank you Select Program Please select Running Effective Meetings Facilitation Training Divorce Mediation Training Forty Hour Weekday Mediation Training Forty Hour Weekend Mediation Training Housing Eviction Mediation Training Negotiation Skills Workshop Refresher Mediation Program Train the Trainer Institute Invalid Input Available Dates Please select a date Please select a program date Program Price Invalid Input Choose Payment Method PayPal Credit Card Check Call with Credit Card Other please contact MWI at 617 973 9739 If using a purchase order please provide the following information Purchase Order Invalid Input Account Name Invalid Input Additional Information Invalid Input Please enter all of the letters and or numbers below and click Submit Registration Invalid Input DISCOUNTS Early enrollment discount is available A 5 discount in addition to the early enrollment discount is available for groups of four or more from the same organization Please call 617 895 4026 for details NOTIFICATION A confirmation email will be sent within two business days of MWI receiving your registration CANCELLATIONS TRANSFERS Cancellations must be made in writing A full refund is available up to 21 days before the start of a program for registrations that have not been previously transferred Cancellations received between 21 and 14 days before the start of

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  • Negotiation Training | Negotiation Skills - MWI
    Getting to Yes the training workshops feature the key elements of the Harvard model widely known in the field as integrative bargaining interest based negotiation or principled negotiation Fisher s ideas have been implemented and proven throughout the world in all sectors of society from corporate mergers to the resolution of intra organizational conflicts Sample Negotiation Coaches and Consultants click on a picture or name below to read more Michael Dickstein Chuck Doran Michelle Wecksler Matt Thompson Justin Wright Each program will be tailored to your needs We start with a diagnostic phase where a Negotiation Assessment analysis provides a baseline understanding of the current culture strengths and needs We then proceed with our tailored foundational on site Negotiation Excellence Workshop that enables blended learning that includes engaging the participants ahead of time lectures demonstrations hands on simulations live feedback coaching and post workshop blended learning opportunities using email phone and on line tools MWI s Negotiation Excellence Workshop enable participants to improve skills by preparing conducting and reviewing multiple simulated cases in addition to learning the theory of negotiation effectiveness The program focuses on the following areas Structure the negotiation process in a way that promotes joint problem solving and collaboration to meet the needs of all parties while producing longer lasting more durable agreements How to be tough on the substance and say no in a way that does not damage the working relationship Respond to challenges threats and other difficult behaviors Identify and articulate your unique value proposition in a competitive market Influence those you do not have direct authority over i e lateral players clients etc Understand the needs and goals of all parties in a negotiation Generate creative agreements maximizing total negotiated value and leaving nothing on the table For more information about MWI s

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