2019 Annual Meeting

$180.00

The 2019 CFLCW Annual Meeting will feature Nina Meierding, JD, an international trainer in mediation, collaborative practice and strategic negotiations.

Registration is now available at this early discount price. The registration fee will increase later in the year.If you wish to include your registration as part of an installment plan do NOT pay here but contact Susan to make arrangements.

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WHEN THE RIGHT ANSWER AT THE WRONG TIME IS THE WRONG ANSWER: Understanding Readiness, Pacing, and Timing in Mediation, Negotiation & Collaborative Law

The 2019 Annual Meeting will be held on Friday, November 1 at Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee from 8 AM to 4 PM.

Nina Meierding, JD, a national leader in the field of conflict resolution, will be the featured speaker and trainer at the 2019 CFLCW Annual Meeting on November 1, 2019 at the Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee. Nina will present and facilitate a unique session in a revamped meeting format this year.

The 2019 CFLCW Annual Meeting will feature Nina Meierding, JD, an international trainer in mediation, collaborative practice and strategic negotiations.

While some cases reach impasse based on a disagreement about substance, many fall apart because of a breakdown in the process.  This Annual Meeting will focus on effective and efficient preparation, negotiating the process and potential sources of resistance and customized techniques to break impasses.

Nina Meierding has assisted in the resolution of over 4,000 disputes and has conducted training throughout the world, including Canada, Sweden, Ireland, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and India. She has consulted and trained many groups – including court systems, corporations, medical agencies, governmental agencies, school districts, small and large business entities, and individuals in the areas of conflict resolution, cross cultural issues, management skills, and negotiation skills.

Nina will draw from research in the field and her experience as a family law advocate, a mediator in over 4,000 cases, and as a trainer for almost 30 years. Come prepared to learn practical, usable skills that are applicable to advocacy, collaboration, or mediation cases.

What you will learn:

  • The four stages in negotiating and navigating a case
  • Different types of readiness levels: process, substance, psychological
  • Working as a team – formation, dynamics, and their impact on the process
  • Psychological biases that can create process impasses
  • Pro-active skills in preventing impasses in process
  • Personalized and made-to-order techniques to break through specific sources of resistance
  • Use of internal and external professionals to manage the process

This unique session will begin at 8:30 AM and the afternoon will conclude by 4 PM. Continuing Education credits will be available for all attendees.  The 2019 CFLCW Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon will he held from 12 Noon to 1:15 PM and the cost of the luncheon is included in your registration.