Coaching is an on-going professional relationship that helps people produce extraordinary results in their lives, careers, businesses or organizations. Through coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life.
Do you have unmet goals in your business or personal life? Do you need a little assistance with focusing your goals and creating strategies to make them a reality? Are you willing to put real time and effort into that reality? If so, then coaching is for you.
While the basic practices of coaching are the same, there are as many types of coaching, as there are interests in the world. If you have a specific interest or goal, chances are there is a coach that can help you. Many coaches prefer to specialize. The New DMA provides coaching in a variety of areas: Mediator, Negotiation, Conflict, Communications, Law/Professional, and ADD. Each Coaching session is tailored to your specific needs.
That's the easy part. From the comfort of your home, office, car…anywhere you can safely be connected by telephone. Sessions may be held in groups or individually.
|January 23, 2018|
|Learn the process and hone the skills of being an Arbiter. We'll take you through Opening Statements, Witness testimony, presentation of evidence, cross examination and the writing of an Award. Class is 8 hours and is approved by the State Bar of Georgia and the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution for CLE/CEs. Additional fees may apply.|
|Civil Mediation Training & Practicum|
|January 8-12, 2018|
|Understand the nature of conflict, responses to conflict and the basics of conflict theory. Learn the skills needed to facilitate the management of various types of conflict in a fun, energizing environment. Real-plays give students realistic hands-on experience. This course is a comprehensive overview of appropriate dispute resolution processes. General Civil Mediation Training is the foundational course for all advanced mediation trainings. Topics include: Diversity, Ethics, Generating & Exploring Options, Negotiation Skills, Professionalism, Role and Responsibility of the Mediator, Advanced Communication Skills including Listening Skills & Re-framing.|
|Domestic and Family Mediation Training|
|February 26-March 2, 2018; Practicum March 15-16, 2018|
|General Civil Mediation Training is a pre-requisite for GA ODR Registration} Understand basic domestic law in Georgia including most recent child support guidelines and enforcement, Georgia Supreme Court ADR rules and the financial and tax implications of divorce. Topics include: Domestic Violence, Parenting Plans, and Communication Skills.|
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