From Virtual Mediation Lab: Watch Free Video Webinar – The Power of Visual Communication in Mediation

THE POWER OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION IN MEDIATION
Free Webinar with Lisa Arora

Have you ever watched parties in a mediation struggle to hear what each other is saying, or even to get what you’re saying? What if the important things people were trying to say in your mediations were not evaporating into thin air? What if the parties could literally see their comments in real time and reflect on them? How might that impact the process of coming to agreements?

During this webinar Lisa Arora explained to a large group of mediators from around the world:

  • Why visual communication is so powerful for parties in resolving conflict
  • How face-to-face and online mediators can learn more about groundbreaking visual mediation methods

LINK TO THE WEBINAR

Presented by: Virtual Mediation Lab, an online mediation project sponsored by ACR Hawaii, and Mediate BC, a not-for-profit organization that leads, promotes and facilitates mediation and other collaborative dispute resolution processes throughout the province of British Columbia, Canada.

ABOUT LISA ARORA

Lisa Arora is an internationally recognized expert in the field of graphic facilitation and a comprehensive family mediator who uses visuals to enhance communication and foster productive, mutually beneficial agreements during mediation.

Since 2008, Lisa’s firm Get The Picture has specialized in providing engaging visual meeting experiences that result in highly productive dialogue, shared understanding, alignment and high-quality decisions. Visual meeting strategies are on the rise and being used across all industries to tackle deep-rooted and emerging issues. Lisa is also a well-regarded instructor in visual facilitation/group graphics methodology and author of 3 practical visual facilitation eGuides.

ANY COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS?

If you have any comments or questions about The Power of Visual Communication in Mediation, please contact Lisa Arora through her website