Check out events offered by CRI and our partner organizations!
40-Hour Mediation Training, February 1-3, 9-10, 2017 University of Denver
The University of Denver's college of professional and continuing studies, University College, offers a 40-hour mediation training through its Alternative Dispute Resolution program. This course is designed specifically for individuals interested in becoming mediators or integrating mediation skills into their current positions within (but not limited to): • Human Resources • Public Service • Healthcare • Law • Non-profit sector.
The 40-hour training satisfies the initial requirements for professional mediators in accordance with the Mediation Association of Colorado (the MAC) and the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR). The DU mediation training is distinctive for several reasons,including: small class size (limited to 24 people), the opportunity to network with accomplished mediators and mediation coaches,and the opportunity to earn academic credit toward the University of Denver's graduate certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Learn more here.
Conflict Coaching: A Three-Day Basic Training, April 26-28, 2017 in Boulder, CO
Conflict coaching is defined as a set of skills and strategies used to support peoples' ability to engage in, manage, or productively resolve conflict. Conflict coaching is a powerful vehicle for clients to develop insights about difficult conflict situations that they might be in, which can lead to meaningful change. In this process, the conflict coach works one-on-one with a coachee experiencing conflict with another person. Conflict coaching enables the coachee to talk about the conflict with a neutral third party (the conflict coach), consider options for managing the conflict, and design an approach to working out the conflict with the other person. Conflict coaching can be used as a stand-alone process by mediators, HR professionals, or supervisors; or can be practiced with each of the parties in separate meetings during mediation. This course is highly experiential. Participants will have the opportunity to coach on real situations and to be coached under the supervision of experienced training coaches throughout the course with Common Ground Mediation and Coaching, LLC. Learn more here.
Rocky Mountain Retreat, July 7-9, 2017 in Colorado Springs, CO
Working with conflict day after day is extremely demanding work. Burn-out for mediators, lawyers, judges, and conflict practitioner's is pervasive. The retreat with Common Ground Mediation and Coaching, LLC is designed to give all conflict professionals a weekend to develop new individual conflict resolution and negotiation insight as well as skills for resilience in a beautiful retreat atmosphere. The retreat will help practitioners develop personal qualities and mindsets that are needed for effective negotiation and conflict management. Refresh and renew while developing new insights and skills in a beautiful retreat center. Learn more here.