For any of you who are interested in neurobiology and how recent discoveries in this field may be applied to mediation, Neuroawareness.com is organising two programs that may be of interest to you:
“Neurobiology Applied to Mediation”
Professional development workshop
June 13, 2011 from 9:00 AM-12:30 AM
DePaul College of Law, Chicago
For further information, see: http://www.neuroawareness.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/invitati...
“Neuroawareness.com: Online Development Program for Dispute Resolution Professionals”
This live online program will help you find your own answers to these questions, reflect upon your personal profile and professional practice, and provide you with practical tools and techniques you can use in the future. It provides for the first time a solid bridge between the latest research in neuroscience and mediation. The course involves a combination of live online classes, group discussions, self-assessment questionnaires, self-reflection, case studies and quizzes, using a cross-culturally trained staff of highly qualified and experienced practitioners. Participants will be encouraged to maintain a learning diary throughout the program and should be prepared to dedicate approximately 3 hours of their time per week (including time spent in online sessions) during 3 months to maximize the benefits of the course. Each weekly session is limited to 10-20 participants in 1.5 hour online seminars, to allow a good level of interaction. Join other participants from Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Scotland, and the UK in this Internet-based teaching program that will take place in 14 weekly sessions of 1.5 hours each using state of the art e-learning software. Each weekly session is given live twice a week to accommodate participants located in different time zones. Recordings will also be made available to participants who are unable to attend a weekly live session. To participate, participants will only need a PC or Mac with an Internet connection, a microphone and speakers.
For further information, see: http://www.neuroawareness.com/program_for_dispute_resolution_profes....
Jeremy Lack, Esq.
ADR Neutral & Attorney-at-Law
23 ave Beau-Séjour
Tel: +41 79 247 1519
Fax: +41 22 789 7901