Mediation Continuing Education Recorded Library

Creating Settlement Options in Mediations: Strategies for EEO/Mediators

This comprehensive course is designed to equip Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Mediators with the essential skills and strategies necessary to facilitate successful settlements in workplace disputes. Drawing upon principles of conflict resolution, negotiation theory, and EEO law, participants will delve into the intricacies of mediation processes tailored specifically to address EEO matters.

Keep This Boat Afloat: Navigating the Waters of Project Management

Navigate the Stormy Seas of Business with Confidence In "Keep This Boat Afloat: Navigating the Waters of Project Management," experienced project manager Alex takes the helm at Innovatech, a technology firm on the brink of disaster. Through his journey, readers gain invaluable insights into turning around troubled projects and steering them to success.

Human Resources As A Third-Party Neutral (1CME)

This course is designed for HR professionals who are tasked with navigating a range of workplace issues, ensuring effective communication, and fostering resolution between managers and employees. Participants will learn to act as neutral third-party mediators, addressing various conflicts such as performance, attendance, role clarity, communication styles, personality clashes, and favoritism.

EEO Qualified Neutral COURSE -Self paced(2CEU)

Becoming a Qualified EEO Neutral Mediator To become a qualified mediator for Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) disputes, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) sets specific requirements. These requirements are designed to ensure that mediators have the necessary knowledge, skills, and ethical grounding to effectively mediate EEO disputes, which often …

Lunch and Learn: “Restorative Justice and Creative Restitution – Shifting the Paradigm”

This Lunch and Learn is designed for individuals seeking to deepen their understanding on how restorative methods can lead to healing, accountability, and constructive community building. This class offers a dynamic and comprehensive overview of restorative justice's fundamental principles, victim-offender reconciliation processes, and practical restitution strategies. During this class, ADRA’s Program Manager, Katelin Morey, will host a discussion surrounding her graduate work in Peacemaking and Conflict Studies and the intersection of restorative justice and the law.

Lunch and Learn: Who Gets the Embryo? Ongoing Developments in Mediation and the Law

This course explores the complex legal and ethical issues surrounding the disposition of embryos in cases of assisted reproductive technology (ART) through the lens of mediation. Participants will examine the legal framework governing embryo disposition, ethical considerations regarding reproductive autonomy and the rights of potential future children, and the role of mediation in resolving disputes. Through case studies and discussions of recent developments in law and society, participants will gain insight into the evolving landscape of ART and the challenges and opportunities for resolving disputes in a fair and equitable manner.

EEO Qualified Neutral COURSE (2CEU)

Becoming a Qualified EEO Neutral -Mediator: EEOC Requirements To become a qualified mediator for Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) disputes, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) sets specific requirements. These requirements are designed to ensure that mediators have the necessary knowledge, skills, and ethical grounding to effectively mediate EEO disputes, which often involve sensitive and complex issues.

Co-parenting; Clinical Implications and Skill Building(1CME, IPV) Lunch & Learn

This course will help clinicians to work with clients to help them better communicate with each other, learn how to put their children first, manage their stress, reduce conflict, develop effective de-escalation strategies and more. With approximately 50% of the population in the US experiencing divorce, many clinicians find that they do not have the skills or the training to help their clients with co-parenting issues. This course will provide practical knowledge and hands-on skills to support clients struggling with the co-parenting process.

LEAN SIX SIGMA

This online self-paced course delves into the transformative world of Lean Six Sigma, a synergy of methodologies that has redefined process improvement in business. As a comprehensive guide, it introduces the foundational principles of Lean Six Sigma, a methodology that blends the efficiency-focused Lean process with the data-driven precision of Six Sigma. The course is designed to unveil the strategies for optimizing business processes, minimizing waste, and surpassing customer expectations across various industries.

Co-parenting Counseling: Clinical Implications and Skill Building (4.5CME, IPV, DIV)

This course will help clinicians to work with clients to help them better communicate with each other, learn how to put their children first, manage their stress, reduce conflict, develop effective de-escalation strategies and more. With approximately 50% of the population in the US experiencing divorce, many clinicians find that they do not have the skills or the training to help their clients with co-parenting issues. This course will provide practical knowledge and hands-on skills to support clients struggling with the co-parenting process.

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