Emotional Intelligence: A Critical Quality for Mediators

Mediator self-awareness, self-reflection and self-regulation, particularly in intercultural contexts are critical to ensuring a fair, orderly and safe as well as successful meeting environment. A mediator involved in the process must have a keen sense of his or her own emotions and their triggers in order to provide the most successful mediation environment. Class participants will be assessed on their understanding and learning of emotional intelligence and its implications for the mediator.

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Kathy Komaroff Goodman
Kathy Komaroff Goodman

Kathy is a founding Principal at ACCORD, a collaborative of conflict management and resolution specialists serving individuals and businesses. http://www.accordconflictresolution.com

Christine Straw
Christine Straw

Christine Straw is a community mediator and facilitator with interests in the dynamics that keep conflicts stuck and the shifts needed to move toward sustainable and satisfying solutions for all parties.

Completion of this course earns four (4) credit hours of interactive, virtual classroom time.

199.00 US Dollars Or other foreign currency equivalent at current rate

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