1st May 2013 workshop by Peter Adler at the CIArb Bloomsbury Square, London
For experienced Mediators Only
This is a one day workshop which is about self-awareness, sharing practice and ensuring we are at our BEST every time we mediate.
“We all have our particular niches and styles but all of us want to learn, grow, do good work and thrive. That means we must connect our own skills and authenticity to the challenges that present themselves. This one day workshop will explore the linkages between diagnosis, analysis, intuition and action. We will unbundle some of the pieces of our work, explore the different styles and think through the rules of thumb and heuristic short cuts that connect our inner and outer journeys. Come prepared to celebrate differences, think hard, and map your future growth as a problem solver, dispute resolver and enhancer of communication and negotiation.
Cost: £350 + VAT which includes lunch and refreshments. Payable in advance of the day.
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In conjunction with the MATA 10th Anniversary event, in which Peter Adler is running a two day workshop on Mastery in Mediation, we are delighted to make available to you this distinctive paper, in which he explores the dangers of being too familiar with what we do.
Peter delves into ones habitual behaviours of falling from unconscious competence (i.e we do it well without knowing it) to conscious incompetence (i.e we are on autopilot).
This paper forms a back drop or companion to the two day workshop which he will run on 10th and 11th July at Cumberland Lodge where he will look at mastery in a comparative sense. The aim of the workshop is to:
- Explore the inner and outer geographies of mediation
- Arouse intellectual and emotional curiosities
- Celebrate and inspire the totality of our work and its variations.