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March 2019

Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Being Clear and Calm – First Spring Course – Session 1 of 2

Friday, March 22 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

Being mindful gives conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, negotiators, facilitators, coaches, attorneys, arbitrator, human resource personnel, and psychologists - to name a few) the opportunity to respond skillfully to whatever is arising in the moment, even in the heat of conflict. To strengthen your ability to be mindful at work and play, you will be introduced to mindfulness meditation. This 4-hour course increases mental acuity and focus, promotes freedom from habitual judgments and reactions, builds our capacity to be fully present…

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Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Being Clear and Calm – First Spring Course – Session 2 of 2

Saturday, March 23 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

Being mindful gives conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, negotiators, facilitators, coaches, attorneys, arbitrator, human resource personnel, and psychologists - to name a few) the opportunity to respond skillfully to whatever is arising in the moment, even in the heat of conflict. To strengthen your ability to be mindful at work and play, you will be introduced to mindfulness meditation. This 4-hour course increases mental acuity and focus, promotes freedom from habitual judgments and reactions, builds our capacity to be fully present…

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The Art of Asking Questions – Session 2 of 2

Tuesday, March 26 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00
Asking questions in dispute resolution

Through questions, it is possible to discover, in the thick of discord, how to free ourselves from its all-consuming grip, how to gain insight into what got us stuck, transform the ways we interact with our opponents, turn criticisms and complaints into openings for improvement, and evolve to higher levels of skill in conflict resolution. Through skillful questions we can begin to move into the heart of conflict and initiate open, honest, vulnerable conversations that allow people to work through…

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April 2019

Politics, Dialogue and the Evolution of Democracy: How to Difficult, Contentious and Other Hot Political Topics – Session 1 of 2

Tuesday, April 9 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

We are in the midst of a global political crisis, filled with hostility, hatred and personal attacks, and half the people won't talk to the other half. The problem is, we haven’t figured out yet how to talk to each other about political ideas and beliefs, or discuss our disagreements in ways that might lead to learning, win/win outcomes, increased empathy, mutual understanding and joint problem solving. Yet we are all citizens of the same countries and care about their future. Join Ken Cloke as…

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The Neuroscience of Conflict – Session 1 of 2

Friday, April 12 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00
The Neuroscience of Conflict

This course will focus on social neuroscience to help understand human behavior in conflict. Our brain, as a network of billions of pulsating neurons, does not operate in social isolation. Join BRDGES for an interactive journey through the cutting-edge research of neuroscience from molecular to social, learning more about how our brain operates, how the different structures of the single brain are interconnected and how they relate to other parts of our body. The course will discuss the process within the organism in conflict situations, and…

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The Neuroscience of Conflict – Session 2 of 2

Saturday, April 13 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00
The Neuroscience of Conflict

This course will focus on social neuroscience to help understand human behavior in conflict. Our brain, as a network of billions of pulsating neurons, does not operate in social isolation. Join BRDGES for an interactive journey through the cutting-edge research of neuroscience from molecular to social, learning more about how our brain operates, how the different structures of the single brain are interconnected and how they relate to other parts of our body. The course will discuss the process within the organism in conflict situations, and…

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Politics, Dialogue and the Evolution of Democracy: How to Difficult, Contentious and Other Hot Political Topics – Session 2 of 2

Tuesday, April 16 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

We are in the midst of a global political crisis, filled with hostility, hatred and personal attacks, and half the people won't talk to the other half. The problem is, we haven’t figured out yet how to talk to each other about political ideas and beliefs, or discuss our disagreements in ways that might lead to learning, win/win outcomes, increased empathy, mutual understanding and joint problem solving. Yet we are all citizens of the same countries and care about their future. Join Ken Cloke as…

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Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Being Clear and Calm – Second Spring Course – Session 1 of 2

Friday, April 26 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

Being mindful gives conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, negotiators, facilitators, coaches, attorneys, arbitrator, human resource personnel, and psychologists - to name a few) the opportunity to respond skillfully to whatever is arising in the moment, even in the heat of conflict. To strengthen your ability to be mindful at work and play, you will be introduced to mindfulness meditation. This 4-hour course increases mental acuity and focus, promotes freedom from habitual judgments and reactions, builds our capacity to be fully present…

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Mindfulness in the Heat of Conflict: Being Clear and Calm – Second Spring Course – Session 2 of 2

Saturday, April 27 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00

Being mindful gives conflict resolution practitioners (mediators, negotiators, facilitators, coaches, attorneys, arbitrator, human resource personnel, and psychologists - to name a few) the opportunity to respond skillfully to whatever is arising in the moment, even in the heat of conflict. To strengthen your ability to be mindful at work and play, you will be introduced to mindfulness meditation. This 4-hour course increases mental acuity and focus, promotes freedom from habitual judgments and reactions, builds our capacity to be fully present…

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May 2019

[P]Reflections: Invaluable Benefits of Preparation – Second Spring Course – Session 1 of 2

Thursday, May 2 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-5
$199.00
[P]Reflections: Invaluable Benefits of Preparation

As a conflict resolution professional, wherever you are in the world, global experience demonstrates that at least 80% of the work in successful conflict resolution happens before participants even walk into their first meeting together. This online and in-real-time, practical course focuses on the benefits of preparation to both the parties and the professional leading the negotiation, facilitation, mediation, human resource or legal meetings, dialogue, coaching or counseling conflict-resolution sessions. This course delineates step-by-step how skillfully to prepare for dispute…

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