WEBINAR 2018 Series #1 : SCMA Presents Building your Mediation Skills and Practice with Nikki Tolt

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WEBINAR 2018 Series #1 : SCMA Presents Building your Mediation Skills and Practice with Nikki Tolt

February 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

SCMA Presents
Building your Mediation Skills and Practice with Nikki Tolt

 

 

Friday February 23, 2018

Noon-1:00 pm.

Online Webinar

SCMA Sustaining Members:  Free
SCMA Members: $25.00
Non-SCMA Members: $75

You have completed your training, now what? Realistic expectations regarding building a successful mediation practice.

Expert advice on effectively communicating with mediation participants, before, during and after the mediation session.

Please join SCMA Past President and Mediator, Nikki Tolt as she assists you with the following:

What is going on in the other room?

The importance of legal subject matter familiarity if you are mediating the litigated case

Practice tips specific to building a successful mediation practice.

And more!

Details

Date:
February 23
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.scmediation.org/scma-calendar/npe-events/?eid=3221

Organizer

Southern California Mediation Association
Email:
info@scmediation.org
Website:
www.scmediation.org

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