This must attend professional development workshop will be given by Jeremy Lack and François Bogacz at Westminster Hall (across from MSBA HQs), 519 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 from 9am to 5pm.
How do our brains work in negotiation or mediation, when we try to manage our emotions, when we need to focus our attention, take a decision or analyze the behavior of another person? What are the main biological processes and mechanisms driving the behavior of disputants, counsel, their advisors and neutrals before and during a negotiation or mediation? How can we optimize negotiation and mediation processes and practices to take into account these processes and mechanisms?
This groundbreaking workshop will give answers to these questions and will help attendees reflect upon their professional, business, legal and personal ADR practices. All lawyers, business executives, in-house counsel, litigators, mediators and other ADR professionals (including judges, arbitrators, conciliators and negotiators)
They will gain a new perspective of what happens in negotiation, mediation and litigation, have a better understanding of the key biological drivers of human social behavior during different types of negotiations and in conflict, will develop new insights, techniques and interventions that can be used to positively impact decision-making processes in negotiations and in disputes. They will also obtain a better understanding of the brain's potential (and its limits) during situations of conflict. They will be interacting with peers in an entertaining and stimulating context and exchange ideas about how to apply new findings and knowledge in practice. Last but not least, they will improve one's self-awareness skills and learn new tools that can be used for all negotiations and ADR processes.
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