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ADRIM Family Mediation Conference
ADRIM Family Mediation Conference: Advanced Mediation 2 Day Trainin
Good Disruptions: Strategies for Identifying, Assessing and Managing the Challenges of FDR Practice
Day 1*: Friday November 24th [IN PERSON - Location: Norwood Hotel]
Day 2: Monday November 27th [VIRTUAL]
Please see the following webpage for more information: https://adrmanitoba.ca/adrim-family-mediation-conference-2023/
Welcome to Mediation Connection for 2023
Welcome back to the Mediation Connection Sessions for fall of 2023.
Our Next Mediation Connection will be Thursday November 23 from 7 – 8 pm. We are pleased to have Charmaine Panko join us. Charmaine will provide us with any updates in the Mediation Community, share her experiences and recommendations for Mediation practice.
Most of you know Charmaine, however, this is some basic information about Charmaine:
CHARMAINE PANKO L.L.B., C.Med., Q.Arb. Collaborative Lawyer, Mediator, Arbitrator, and Trainer Panko Collaborative Law and Mediation Prof. Corp. www.commonsenselawyer.com, Saskatoon 306.975.7151 cp Over a decade of experience as settlement counsel and neutral professional in all substantive areas of law including, though not limited to, employment and labour, insurance matters, estate disputes, separation and divorce, and physical injury claims, both as a private practitioner and as a contract service provider with the Government of Saskatchewan. A mediator, arbitrator, and case manager for disputes arising out of not-for-profit, family, and sports matters. Facilitator and trainer in negotiation, conflict resolution, collaborative law process, and mediation skills. Sessional lecturer at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan.
This will be a very informative Session with Charmaine sharing her expertise, experiences and passion for Mediation work. Hope that you can join us on Thursday November 23 from 7 – 8 pm.
Marg Romanow is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Mediation Connection
Time: Nov 23, 2023 07:00 PM Saskatchewan
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To reconvene Mediation Connection Sessions we will start with sharing of updates, questions and discussions regarding our Mediation practices.
Hope you can join us to discuss questions you may have or share your Mediation experiences
Mediation Connection will be held on a Thursday evening of each month, 7-8 pm via Zoom.
Zoom invitations for each Mediation Connection session will be sent out to this email group several days prior to the Mediation Connection session.
There is no cost to attend Mediation Connection. We are pleased to have John Seargeant, Q.Med, Bridges Communication Mediation Services join Reiny Ortega Cubas, Q.Med and Marg Romanow Q.Med in coordinating Mediation Connection.
If you are interested in joining Mediation Connection, please send an email to Marg Romanow at [email protected] to be added to the monthly Mediation Connection Zoom invitations.
Information regarding Mediation Connection:
The goal of the Mediation Connection is to provide a safe and supportive environment to practice Mediation skills. Mediation Connection will assist those wishing to improve their mediation skills and connect with like-minded Mediators dedicated to Mediation practice improvement and excellence. Mediation Connection provides Guest Speakers and educational sessions relating to Mediation Practice.
Specific Objectives for the Mediation Connection:
1. Provide an opportunity to practice Mediation.
2. Practice Mediation in a safe environment with others who have a common interest to learn more about Mediation.
3. Practice Mediation following the Six Step Mediation Process (PIECES) as outlined by Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada (ADRIC).
4. To Practice non-violent communication skills.
5. To allow Participants an opportunity to discuss Mediation issues in general, and to discuss new developments in the profession.
6. Provide critical feedback of the Mediator’s performance to allow learning and grow
7. Requests for Mediation Practice Role Plays for the purposes of Q.Med Designations may be accommodated.
If you know others who may be interested in Mediation Connection, please forward this information to them and ask them to email Marg Romanow at [email protected] to be added to the Mediation Connection email list.
Attendance at Mediation Connection is recognized by ADRSK for Continuing Education Credits.
Hope to see you at Mediation Connection sessions.
Reiny Ortega Cubas Q.Med, John Seargeant Q.Med and Marg Romanow Q.Med