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  • 1.  Building a Profile

    I'mLinkedIn
    Posted 22-05-2022 03:37 PM
    Good afternoon,

    I am a Solicitor with almost 30 years experience, who has recently become accredited under the NMAS.

    I was wondering if anybody in this forum has any tips for building a mediation practice?

    Thanks in advance!

    Peter

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    PETER
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  • 2.  RE: Building a Profile

    Early Adopter
    Posted 23-05-2022 12:21 PM
    Hi Peter
    Congratulations on your recent accreditation. Here are some webinars that may be of interest: 

    How I quit my day job, developed a mediation practice and didn't starve in the process

    https://www.resolution.institute/events/event/webinar-recording-with-andrew-moffat

     

    7 questions and 6 answers: insights into running a mediation practice

    https://www.resolution.institute/events/event/webinar-recording-with-megan-lewis-and-georgia-seaton-2

    I hope they help. 

    Thanks 
    Amanda

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    Resolution Institute
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  • 3.  RE: Building a Profile

    I'mLinkedIn
    Posted 23-05-2022 09:48 PM

    Many thanks Amanda. That's very useful. ��

     

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