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2-Hour One-on-One Hands-on Training in Online Mediation via Zoom


The Virtual Mediation Lab 2-Hour One-on-One Hands-on Training in Online Mediation via Zoom consists of 2 Parts: Part 1 (1-hour Introduction to Online Mediation) and Part 2 (1-hour One-on-One Hands-on Online Mediation via Zoom.

Part 1 – 1-Hour Introduction to Online Mediation

During his 1-hour “Introduction to Online Mediation” you’ll learn:

  • What Online Mediation Means and How It Works
  • How You Can Do Online Everything Your Are Used to Do Face-to-Face: Joint and private meetings with the parties; “Shuttle Diplomacy” in multi-party disputes; documents and video sharing; annotation; online whiteboard for writing up the parties’ Memorandum of Understanding or Agenda for their next mediation session
  • How to Blend Face-to-Face and Online Mediation
  • Which Cases Are Suitable for Online Mediation
  • Online Mediation Benefits
  • Mediation Experience & Online Technology
  • Additional Skills & Experience for Online Mediation
  • Which Video Conferencing Software Works Best for Online Mediation
  • Q&A and Demo

Part 2 – 1-Hour One-on-One Hands-On Online Mediation Via Zoom

During this 1-Hour One-on-One Hands-On Online Mediation via Zoom, we cover 2 key topics: Video Collaboration Software Zoom and Online Mediation.

1 – Video Collaboration Software Zoom

  • Why the Zoom video collaboration software works so well for Online Mediation
  • Difference between the Zoom Free version and Pro version
  • Speaker and Gallery View
  • How to switch between a joint meeting and a private meeting (caucus) with the parties
  • How to set up breakout rooms for engaging in Shuttle Diplomacy in multi-party disputes
  • How to share and annotate online any kind of information (e.g. pictures, documents, worksheets, videos, Powerpoint presentations, websites)
  • How to write up the parties’ “Memorandum of Understanding” or Agenda for their next mediation session
  • How to invite the parties to participate in an online mediation with their PC, Mac, Ipad, Iphone, Android tablet/smartphone, or cellular/landline phone (call-in number)
  • The important role of Mobile Devices (e.g. iPad, iPhone, Android Tablet or Smartphone) in Online Mediation
  • Video and Audio settings
  • How and when to use the Chat function
  • Zoom Security and Parties’ Privacy

2 – Online Mediation

  • Your Agreement to Mediate for Online Mediation
  • Why it is useful to have pre-mediation sessions
  • What else you should say during your Opening Statement
  • Best way to ask questions during an Online Mediation
  • Why it is necessary to have a Plan B

Price – $160 including Certificate of Completion

100% Satisfaction Guarantee – If you’re not fully satisfied with our training, you will receive a full refund – no questions asked.

SIGN UP – After you Sign Up, you’ll receive a $160 payment request via Paypal. You can pay with a credit/debit card via the Paypal secure website (you don’t need a Paypal account). You’ll then receive a link to book a convenient day/time for Part 1 – 1-Hour Introduction to Online Mediation. At the end of Part 1, you can book another convenient day/time for Part 2: 1-Hour One-on-One Hands-on Online Mediation via Zoom.

If you have any questions send an email to Giuseppe Leone or call him at (808) 383-4117; otherwise, click the button below and fill out our Sign Up form.

Introduction to Online Mediation – FREE Virtual Mediation Lab Webinar & Demo – November 29, 2016

39-MIN VIDEO

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 many mediators from around the world attended “Introduction to Online Mediation”, a Free Virtual Mediation Lab webinar and demo.

In 39 minutes they learned:

  • What Online Mediation means and how it works
  • Benefits of Online Mediation
  • How mediators can do online everything they are used to do in-person: e.g. Joint and private meetings (caucus) with the parties; “Shuttle Diplomacy” in multi-party disputes; Information (documents, pictures, worksheets, videos) sharing and annotation; Writing up the parties’ “Memorandum of Understanding” or agenda for their next meeting
  • Which cases are suitable for Online Mediation
  • When and how to blend face-to-face and Online Mediation
  • Which video conferencing software works best for Online Mediation
  • How to get hands-on training in Online Mediation
  • How to try Online Mediation for FREE

PRESENTER
Presented by Giuseppe Leone, founder of Virtual Mediation Lab, an online mediation project sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution Hawaii Chapter, this webinar/demo was based on his experience:

INTERESTED IN ONLINE MEDIATION?
Learn more about the Virtual Mediation Lab 2-hour hands-on training in online mediation, and how you can try online mediation for Free

For any further questions, contact Giuseppe Leone by email or give him a call at (808) 383-4117 in the USA.

Online Mediation in Spanish – Mediación Online en Español

Mediacion Online - 13 Julio 2016 Webinar
On July 13, 2016 Giuseppe Leone, founder of Virtual Mediation La, will present a Free 1-hour webinar, which is titled Mediacion Online – Que Significa, Cómo Funciona y Cuáles Son Sus Beneficios and consists of 3 parts.

PART 1 – Introduction to Online Mediation
Giuseppe will explain to a group of Spanish mediators:

  • How they can do online everything they are used to do face-to-face: for example, joint and private meetings with the parties; “Shuttle-Diplomacy” in multi-party disputes; information (documents, pictures, videos) sharing and annotation; writing up the parties’ Memorandum of Understanding” or agenda for their next mediation session
  • How to blend face-to-face and online mediation
  • The benefits of adding online mediation to their practice

PART 2 – Demo 
Mediators will watch this 7-min video of an online mediation simulation of a commercial case run on June 27 with three Spanish-speaking mediators (pictured above):

  • Mediator – Ana Sambold (top left)
  • Parties – Ana Fletes and Antonio Parra

PART 3 – Q&A
All webinar attendees will be invited to ask Ana S., Ana F. and Antonio any questions about their first experience online. Here are some questions that will probably be asked:

  • To the Mediator (Ana Sambold) – If you had mediated the same case face-to-face, rather than online, would she have done anything differently?
  • To the Parties (Ana Fletes and Antonio Parra) – How did you feel being online? Was it easy, simple, natural?

Are You Interested in Online Mediation?
If you are a mediator, mediation center or ADR organization interested in online mediation, learn more about the Virtual Mediation Lab hands-on training and webinars