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For UPCOMING ADR EVENTS near you!    
2018    
February    
February 2:
Reno, NV: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Advanced Mediation Training: Seeing New Things in the Same Old Rooms" at the Nevada Dispute Resolution Conference.
   
March    
March 7:
Bakersfield, CA: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Conflict Resolution for HR Managers" at the Kern County, Society For Human Resource Management.
   
March 20:
Auburn Hills, MI: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Harnessing the Power of the Master Mediator" at the State Bar of Michigan.
   
April    
April 5:
Washington, DC: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Managing & Mediating Multi-Cases Like a Pro!" at the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution.
   
April 10-14:
Los Angeles, CA: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Mediating Commercial and Litigated Cases" at the American Institute of Mediation.
   
April 23:
Toronto, ON: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "The Future of ADR:  A Fireside Chat" at the Osgoode Professional Development.
   
April 28:
Los Angeles, CA: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Grow Your Mediation Practice, Now!" at the American Institute of Medation.
   
June    
June 14:
Hot Springs, AR: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "12 Ways to Make Your Mediator Work Harder For You, and The Fundamentals of Representing Clients in Mediation" at the Arkansas Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section.
   
August    
August 16:
San Diego, CA: Lee Jay Berman will be presenting "Winning at Competitive Negotiations, and Building Relationships through Negotiation" at the Society for Marketing Professional Services Annual Conference.
   
 What the mediation and negotiation blogsphere is saying about the AIM Institute...
Videos/Podcasts

Mediation Best Practice
Denise Johnson from the Claims Journal Magazine interviews, Lee Jay Berman, who provided best practices for mediation success, explained the importance of making the other side feel comfortable, and offered tips on the art of persuasion.

Tips for a Successful Mediation
Denise Johnson from the Claims Journal Magazine interviews, Lee Jay Berman, explains how pacing and varying agendas can affect mediations and how adjusters can best prepare for a successful mediation.

Making Your Mediator Work Harder for You
Denise Johnson from the Claims Journal Magazine interviers Lee Jay Berman on the "4 Ways to Make Your Mediator Work Harder For You."

Impasse is a Fallacy
Association for Conflict Resolution Blog Talk Radio show interviews Lee Jay Berman about his "call to action" as he breaks down the assumptions about impasse regardless of the nature of dispute or the high conflict of the parties.

How to Avoid Disaster out of a Disaster
Pattie Porter from the Texas Conflict Coach show interviews Mel Rubin about the power of the individual consumer when confronted with local and regional disasters that directly affect themselves and their families.

Language of Conflict with Ken Cloke 
Pattie Porter from the Texas Conflict Coach show interviews Ken Cloke about his personal journey into conflict resolution and peace-making and what keeps him here is this field.

Blinder than a Bat - What Organizations and Leaders need to do to remove Their Conflict Blind Spots 
Pattie Porter from the Texas Conflict Coach show interviews Ken Cloke about his personal journey into conflict resolution and peace-making and what keeps him here is this field.

Impasse is a Fallacy with Lee Jay Berman
Dave Hilton from the Conflict Specialists Show interviews Lee Jay Berman about complex commercial mediation, the fallacy of impasse, transitioning to paid mediator, and more.

Addicted to Conflict with Ken Cloke
Dave Hilton from the Conflict Specialists Show interviews Ken Cloke about mediation as manipulation, how people can be addicted to conflict, the effect of conflict on the body, and more.

Restorative Justice with Doug Noll
Pattie Porter from the Texas Conflict Coach show interviews Doug Noll about how restorative justice is different from criminal justice, how it can help victims and their families, and more.

Mediation Matters
Read and watch as mediator Steve Mehta interviews AIM Founder, Lee Jay Berman, about mediators' training.

What the Blogsphere is Writing About Us?
Is an Impasse in Mediation Inevitable or an Easily Preventable Phenomenon? with Lee Jay Berman
Aled Davies from the Mediator Academy interviews Lee Jay Berman about how mediators can be proactive and avoid encountering impasse, and also what they can do when faced with a party who is struggling to take the next step.

Mediator's Midwest conference attracts top names
Dave Stafford writes in The Indiana Lawyer about the upcoming 2nd annual Midwest Mediation Conference in Indianapolis, IN.

Making Mediators: As the Field Grows, So Does the Need for Negotiation Skills
Richard Acello writes in the ABA Journal about the skills professional mediators need as the athe profession grows.
Lawsuits Don't Have to be So Painful
Investigative Reporter and Author Diane Dimond writes about a new way to think about legal representation.
Legal vs. Mediation Narratives and Why They Matter
M
ediator and Blogger Victoria Pynchon teaches legal process in the context of mediation litigated cases at the AIM Institute.
Mediator Blah...Blah
Mediator Geoff Sharp features articles written by AIM Institute faculty.
The Rise and Rise of AIM
Geoff Sharp's writes about the launching of AIM.
Enjoy Mediation
See what mediator Jeff Thompson has to say about AIM Institute in his Mediate.com featured blog.

Interview with Lee Jay Berman
Mediator and Blogger Victoria Pynchon interviews AIM Institute founder Lee Jay Berman Video Interview Part1Video Interview Part2Video Interview Part3, Video Interview Part4.

 

 



 
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