More than 50 sessions cover a wide variety of dispute resolution topics, ranging from current issues, communication, negotiation and advocacy, to interpersonal skills applicable, to both work and personal life.
Presenters will include:
- Bruce Edwards (The Changing Mediation Table)
- Ken Cloke (The Art of Asking Questions)
- Rhea Settles (Civility-Based Conduct in the Workplace)
- Gary Friedman (How Conflict Professionals Can Use Self-Reflection)
- Andrea Luoma (Beyond “I Win and You Lose”)
- Bob Stains (Wise Facilitation)
- Nina Meierding (Why Do We Lie?)
Other sessions include Emotional Intelligence for Lawyers; the Business of Mediation; Introduction to Liberating Structures; Restoring, Rebuilding and Reconnecting in the Workplace; Transforming Conflict, Transforming Lives; Managing “Truth Decay” in Mediation; Implicit Bias and Gender; What Every Mediator Needs to Know About Psychology; Shapeshifting to Resolve Housing Conflicts; and much more.
Thursday, March 28th, 2019 - Registration 9:30am-10:30am, Sessions 10:30am-5:15pm (Lunch on your own), Reception 5:30pm-7pm
Friday, March 29th, 2019 - Registration & Check-In 8am-9am, Sessions 9am-3:30pm (Lunch provided)
William H. Gates Hall
4293 Memorial Way NE
Seattle, WA 98195
10.25 CLE Credits (9.00 Law & Legal Procedure Credits; 5.50 Ethics Credits; 10.25 Other Credits) are pending
REGISTRATION AND FEES
Early Bird (by March 14, 2019) registration fees: Both Days $280; Thursday Only $170; Friday Only $190.
The full schedule, workshop descriptions and presenter bios are available on the conference website at nwdrconference.org.