Ready to mediate

Ready to mediate

Ready to Mediate – a participant’s guide to preparing for mediation

When – Wednesday 18th October 2017

Where – Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android https://demio.com webinar

What time – from 11 am – 12 noon (EDST)

How to book:  Click on this link to book for this Demio platform webinar – https://my.demio.com/ref/QjBaYSnxiWkngdIH

Event Cost: This is a free event 

About the Event

Ready to Mediate – a participant’s guide to preparing for mediation

Outline of the presentation

  • Gathering your Thoughts & Preparing for a Difficult Conversation
  • Making Your Opening Statement at Mediation
  • What to Take to Mediation Checklist
  • Questions/comments

About the Host

This event is hosted by Rebecca Carroll-Bell from RCB Mediation Services.

Rebecca provides Mediation, Communication Training and Conflict Resolution Coaching services. Her goal is to take the angst and bewilderment out of everyday conflict.

Find out more about Rebecca and RCB Mediation Services. http://mediationawarenessweek.org.au/rebecca-carroll-bell/

Other #AuMAW2017 Events

Ready to mediate

In this live webinar Rebecca Carroll-Bell will give you insider tips for how to prepare for mediation including gathering your thoughts and preparing for a difficult conversation, making your opening statement at Mediation and a handy what to take to mediation checklist.

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Webinar – D-FINE How to prepare and manage difficult conversations

Webinar – D-FINE How to prepare and manage difficult conversations

This webinar by Malcolm Guy from MIM Mediation is focused on preparing for having difficult conversations.

Learn a structured method to prepare and have conversations that are difficult for you to have with or without the support of a mediator.

When: Wednesday 18th October 2017
Time:  7pm (AEDT)
Venue: Online webinar
Booking: Call Malcolm on 0403 583 927 or visit http://mimmediation.net/

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Webinar – D-Fine How to prepare and manage difficult conversations

Webinar – D-Fine How to prepare and manage difficult conversations

This webinar by Malcolm Guy from MIM Mediation is focused on preparing for having difficult conversations.

Learn a structured method to prepare and have conversations that are difficult for you to have with or without the support of a mediator.

When: Tuesday 17th October 2017
Time: 1pm (AEDT)
Venue: Online webinar
Booking: Call Malcolm on 0403 583 927 or visit http://mimmediation.net/

 

 

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Gillian Enterkin

Gillian Enterkin

Logical Mediation Website

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Logical Mediation

Logical Mediation is a specialist mediation service run by principal Mediator Gillian Enterkin. Gillian will be co-hosting a webinar on Autism Awareness and Mediation for Mediation Awareness Week 2016.

Gill is a NMAS Accredited Mediator and a Family Dispute Resolution with a background in high school teaching and a passion for dispute resolution.

She has an understanding of the potential consequences of family conflict in terms of escalation into family violence.

She has specialist expertise working with families impacted by parents or children on the Autism spectrum and non-heterosexual couples or families where children identify as non-heterosexual.  Her services are inclusive, non-judgemental and informed by an understanding of the complexities experienced by clients where mainstream services do not adequately meet their needs.

Contact Logical Mediation

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Gillian Enterkin

Gillian Enterkin

Mediator

Contact Gill for more information about the Logical Mediation events during the Mediation Awareness Week on 0419 262 775

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Autim Awareness and Mediation

Autim Awareness and Mediation

Autism Awareness and Mediation

When – Thursday 8th December 2016

Where – Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/4192627750

What time – from 7pm to 8pm (EDST)

How to book:  Click here to go to the Eventbrite Event Booking System event

Event Cost: This is a free event

About the Presenters

The presentation is a collaboration between Mediator Gillian Enterkin from Logical Mediation and Autism Expert Berinda Karp.

This information webinar will explain how a specialist approach to family dispute resolution mediation can help families experiencing conflict that is compounded by the challenges of having family members on the Autism spectrum. It will provide insights and an understanding of the help that is available for the whole family where one or more members have a lived experience of Autism.

Book in Via Eventbright for instructions on how to join the webinar live and / or to receive a recording after the event.

 

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MIM Mediation

Malcolm in the Middle Website MIM Mediation MIM Mediation is a dispute resolution service that focuses on helping clients to interpret conflict and respond in an appropriate way. Services include: D-FINE Method - How to prepare and manage for difficult conversations...

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Gillian Enterkin

Logical Mediation Logical Mediation is a specialist mediation service run by principal Mediator Gillian Enterkin. Gillian will be co-hosting a webinar on Autism Awareness and Mediation for Mediation Awareness Week 2016. Gill is a NMAS Accredited Mediator and a Family...

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Autim Awareness and Mediation

Autism Awareness and Mediation When - Thursday 8th December 2016 Where - Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/4192627750 What time - from 7pm to 8pm (EDST) How to book:  Click here to go to the Eventbrite Event Booking System event Event Cost:...

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How to use the #AuMAW2017 hashtag

How to use the #AuMAW2017 hashtag

This is a basic,basic tutorial on the use of hashtags.

What is a Hashtag?

A hash tag is any word or series of letters that follows a #

They are used in social media to make it easy to tag and categorize information. They work like a filter to help people using the social media platform to find information on a specific topic.  They can be general like #mediation (which will find anything that anyone has posted with the mediation hash tag) or specific like #AuMAW2017 (which will find what is posted this year related to the Australian Mediation Awareness Week)

It is especially useful on platforms like Twitter – https://twitter.com/  where trends are highlighted using Hashtags.

How should I use the Hashtag?

A good first step is to save a search you do on a hash tag that you want to keep an eye on. How you do this will depend on the social media platform you are on.

Twitter instructions

Step One: Search for the hashtag

I’ll do an example with #AuMAW2017.  The twitter search field is on the top right

Step Two:  Save the search

Once you’ve done the search click on More Options to open the drop down menu

Then if you want to further refine the search for example only seeing tweets that use the hash tag or only from people you follow.

I don’t know why you’d click that option because how are you going to make new virtual friends if you only look at content from people you already know?

Anyway once you have done that you can click Save this Search.

Step Three: Revisit Saved Searches

Click in the Search Twitter box again and your saved searches will be available for you to click on.

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Step Four: Get rid of the people who can’t spell Mediation

Not literally of course but if you come across people using the #mediation when they mean #meditation you can mute their posts (or politely let them know the difference between mediation and meditation) It is more than a T

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