Gini Nelson\’s Engaging Conflicts

September 28, 2006

Cyberweek 2006 Continues With Mediation Excellence Online

Over 400 people have been participating in the ongoing Cyberweek 2006 activities. I’m lucky enough to be helping with producing, promoting and presenting the three Cyberweek teleconferences, under John DeBruyn’s tutelage. John is an attorney and mediator in Denver who is fields ahead of most of us on what internet technology can do for us.

Tuesday our panel discussed the intersection of mediation, facilitation, coaching and teaching; yesterday, mediation excellence standards developing nationally, especially in Maryland and Colorado; and today’s panel discussion will include me and fellow bloggers Diane Levin Online Guide to Mediation, and and Robert Ambrogi’s Lawsites on the potential of blogs and blog-supported online activities and resources for professional development and networking. For more information go here: Mediation Excellence in Cyberspace. Participation is free and can be via either phone or Skype.

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  1. […] Tuesday our panel discussed the intersection of mediation, facilitation, coaching and teaching; yesterday, mediation excellence standards developing nationally, especially in Maryland and Colorado; and today’s panel discussion will include me and fellow bloggers Diane Levin Online Guide to Mediation, and and Robert Ambrogi’s Lawsites on the potential of blogs and blog-supported online activities and resources for professional development and networking. For more information go here: Mediation Excellence in Cyberspace. Participation is free and can be via either phone or Skype. Comments (0) […]

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