May 20, 2016 – May 21, 2016 all-day
Phinney Ridge Community Center
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
$535 USD
Kevin Scudder

woody mostenCome Join Woody Mosten and Kevin Scudder for a two-day training: DEVELOPING A SATISFYING AND PROFITABLE COLLABORATIVE AND PEACEMAKING PRACTICE

The training will be held at the Phinney Ridge Community Center in Seattle on May 20 and May 21, 2016.

Three years ago Forrest “Woody” Mosten and Kevin Scudder came up with the idea of a training that met head-on that question being asked by so many Collaboratively-trained professionals:
Now that I am Collaboratively trained, how can I get more of this work, have a satisfying professional life and, most importantly, make a living that equals, or exceeds, what I am doing now?

Our first workshop was two years ago in Seattle, WA. Since then Woody has presented this workshop with other local trainers in Minneapolis, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Boston and Oregon to sold out crowds and to much acclaim: http://www.mostenmediation.com/training/index.html#building

We are excited to announce that we are coming back to where it all began, with a two-day training to be held here in Seattle, Washington. Now that you have been Collaboratively trained and have started generating collaborative and mediation work, or you are looking to generate more peacemaking work, come learn how to incorporate Mediation, Collaborative Practice, and Unbundled Services into your professional life and how, by taking easy-to-learn steps, you can create your own Satisfying and Profitable Collaborative and Peacemaking Practice.

Come join Forrest ‘Woody’ Mosten and Kevin Scudder in Seattle, WA on May 20 – 21, 2016 for their two-day workshop on: Developing a Satisfying and Profitable Collaborative and Peacemaking Practice.

This training is geared for professionals who have a desire to transition their practice from a traditional model to a more client-focused practice bulit on providing a wide spectrum of services.

Most professionals find that they are still making the vast majority of their income as a warrior in the adversarial system, as opposed to serving clients in the collaborative or mediation model. Many professionals who spent time and money to learn collaborative and mediation skills have difficulty believing they can have an economically viable practice using these models.
This training is designed to help you learn how to transition your practice from one steeped in the adversarial model to a client-focused / non-litigation model while not having a negative impact on your income. In this training we will provide you with ideas, resources, and share with you proven models for new ways to provide services that will help you gain personal satisfaction and increase the income you receive form your work.

Woody Mosten, Principal Trainer, is a world-renowned author, lecturer and trainer in Mediation, Collaborative Practice, Unbundled Legal Services and in Lawyers as Peacemakers. He brings his 40+ years of experience and innovation to help you on your path to transforming your practice. See more about Woody at: http://www.mostenmediation.com/bio.html?utm_source
Kevin Scudder is a Collaborative Attorney / Mediator located in Seattle, WA. You can find his writings as a featured blogger at , The World of Collaborative Practice, and as a commentator on a variety of social media sites.

If you have additional questions, please contact Kevin Scudder at [email protected]

CLE Credits will be applied for through WSBA.



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