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Conflict Coaching

Time: March 11, 2015 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: City of Bellevue City Hall
Website or Map: http://www.kcdrc.org/wp-conte…
Phone: 303-604-1960
Event Type: training
Organized By: Robin Amadei
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2015

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Event Description

Approved for 16.25 CLEs for attorneys, with .25 in Ethics.

Approved for 19.5 CEUs for licensed social workers, marriage & family therapists, and mental health counselors.

A 3-day training in Conflict Coaching by Robin Amadei. This workshop is ideal for professionals wanting to add conflict coaching to their practice or to enhance the conflict coaching skills they already have.
As a result of this training, participants will be able to:
• Distinguish conflict coaching from other related and similar processes.
• Observe and practice conflict coaching with feedback from experienced coaches.
• Refine listening and questioning skills.
• Learn to coach clients in communication skills.
• Manage psychological dynamics
• Discuss where and how conflict coaching can be effective.
• Address the ethics of a conflict coach.


Early Bird Rate $ 595 until February 25th 

Standard Rate $650 until filled ; class size limited to 21 participants

Active DRC of KC Vol ; Early Bird Rate 550 Before Feb 25th Standard Rate $ – 600

To register, complete the form at this link, and submit it according to the instructions. Conflict Coaching Flier

Robin Amadei, JD, is the owner of a training, mediation, facilitation, workplace assessment and conflict coaching organization. Her mission is to help people become excellent communicators and problem solvers, empowering them to resolve conflict, enhance skills, meet goals for success, and move ahead in their lives. Robin provides training for corporations and the government in the areas of conflict management, negotiation skills, facilitation, mediation skills, diversity, and effective communication.

Since 1994, Robin has been an adjunct professor at the University of Denver, teaching programs that address conflict management; ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution); Processes and Practices in Negotiation; Mediation; Agreement Writing for Mediators; and Conducting Workshops and Trainings. Due to her excellent reputation as a professor, she was invited to conduct training for University staff in the areas of conflict management, effective communication, and negotiation.

Robin’s many federal government clients include: US Environmental Protection Agency, US Forest Service, US National Park Service, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Bureau of Land Management, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, and The National Institute of Science and Technology.
Her mediation practice is focused primarily in the employment (government and private sector), real estate, and business areas, as well as in family disputes. She is certified as an administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and uses this instrument to enhance organizational team building.

Robin is considered to be a leader in the mediation community and is a published author in the field of mediation and teambuilding in organizations. She has participated in two international mediation initiatives, served on a US AID grant, and consulted with and trained faculty and students at Tbilisi State University, Republic of Georgia in mediation. In addition, Robin is providing facilitation and process assistance for Engineers without Borders-International in the Mideast.

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