Developing a Profitable and Satisfying Collaborative Practice

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Developing a Profitable and Satisfying Collaborative Practice

Time: December 5, 2013 to December 6, 2013
Location: Northcut Landing Building
Street: 5001 25th Avenue NE
City/Town: Seattle
Website or Map: http://www.northcutlanding.co…
Phone: (206) 524-7828
Event Type: training, for, litigators, collaborators, and, mediators
Organized By: Kevin R. Scudder
Latest Activity: Sep 8, 2013

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This training is geared for professionals who have expressed a desire to transition their practice from a litigation model to a client-centered process. You may have taken training(s) in Collaborative Practice or Mediation.  You may even have 'done some' of either.  You might be part of an organization of others who 'do some' of each.


Despite such efforts, most such professionals find that they are still making the vast majority of their income as a Warrior in the adversarial system, as opposed to serving clients in the Collaborative or Mediation model. This has caused many professionals who spent time and money to be trained and who really would prefer to have a different practice to believe that that it is not possible. 

This training was put together to address the disconnect between your desire to transition your practice from one steeped in the adversarial model to a client-focused non-litigation model while not having a negative impact on your income.  In this training we will provide you ideas, resources, and demonstrate proven models for new ways of practice from which you can gain personal satisfaction and increased income in your work.  http://www.mostenmediation.com/training/courses_developing_collaborative.html

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