NAFCM Webinar: Social Media for Community Mediation Centers

There's still time to register for this Thursday's webinar titled: "Grow Your Community Mediation 'Brand' through Fresh, Relevant Content," presented by social media maven Ben Ziegler. NAFCM members can register for this webinar for FREE!
Ben has a very informative and engaging presentation planned. Here are the complete details:
Date & Time
Thursday, January 10, from 3:30 - 4:30 pm EST (12:30 - 1:30 PST)
As a community mediation resource, you probably have many success stories and valuable experience to share. Become more valuable in your community through creation of fresh (regular), relevant online content. It is a great way to improve your image, increase morale, reward stakeholders, gain market share, and offer superior service.

This webinar will provide you a roadmap for creating, sharing, and working with, online content in ways that nurture your community mediation “brand”. Best practices, innovative examples, and success stories will be shared, from the broader community mediation field, and beyond.

You’ll leave this webinar inspired to make the most of what virtual collaboration and innovation can offer.
Learning Objectives
  1. Create online content that is of value to your stakeholders.
  2. Share your online content in ways that enhance stakeholder relationships.
  3. Apply your online content and relationships for local community innovation and benefit.

Ben Ziegler's Bio

Ben Ziegler is a mediator, collaboration consultant, and virtual facilitator. He works as a community mediator, is a mediator and mentor in the British Columbia Court Mediation Program, and has unique experience as an online mediator. As a consultant and facilitator he works with small groups and organizations, locally and virtually. He has published two e-books on Amazon, on collaboration and creative dispute resolution, is a regular blogger at Collaborative, and co-blogs at
Looking forward to seeing many of you in the webinar!
In community,
Justin R. Corbett

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