Join the conversation about Civil Collaborative Practice, including Trusts and Estates, with your Collaborative colleagues. We’ll discuss new developments in practice, share updates and join together in planning as we expand the field of CP. Bring your experience and ideas as we create our roadmap for the future.
From Core Principles to Creative Innovations--Building on Past Experiences to Create and Sustain the Collaborative Practice of the Future.
During the past three decades Collaborative Practice has grown from core ideas created by a handful of pioneers to a worldwide movement bursting with the possibility of great innovations. This workshop will focus on taking the very best ideas of the past 30 years and creating a ladder to developing and sustaining an innovative Collaborative practice.
Taking it to the Streets: How to bring your Collaborative Process knowledge and experience to connect with others with whom you disagree and how become a community resource to connect people and bridge differences where you live. Program is based upon the Beyond Civility Model.
We are excited to bring Practice Group Leaders together to share critical knowledge, skills and resources, to promote successful leadership and to facilitate the growth of strong Practice Groups around the world.
We are trained to identify interests that underpin positions. We use this knowledge in order to help build resolutions that meet the interests and needs of both parties. Because non-material needs cannot be quantitatively and legally measured, we too often fail to acknowledge these. We have all found that ignoring our client's non-material needs sometimes leads us to impasse. In this workshop we will go deeper and explore the importance of non-material needs and interests.