Integrating the Three Intelligence Centers Into Work and Life
For mediators to become agents of social change, they first have to become the change they want to see in the world, as Gandhi so wisely suggested.
The field of law and mediation is too often fueled by combative energy, which is commonly dealt with by disconnecting from our heart with the “logical mind”. Distress and anxiety are so commonplace in the legal world, that they have become “normal”. How then can we expect those dedicating their lives to the profession to exude calm and presence in such an environment? Kenneth Cloke claims that having a strong, integrated, and peaceful core is the key for any mediator seeking to create high-impact outcomes sustainably.
In this highly engaging, experiential, and inspirational workshop we will explore the practices of reflection, ritual, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and empathy. Practical tips, tools, and practices that can be applied immediately by those wishing to become agents of social change while changing their own inner landscape and well-being, will be essential takeaways from this exploratory presentation.
This workshop was presented at the 27th Southern California Mediation Association (SCMA) Conference on November 7th. 2015, Co-Sponsored by the Straus Institute at Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, CA
Praise From The Audience
“I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation. Thank you for bringing such an insightful and applicable program to the SCMA 2015 Conference.” ~ Mark Lewis, CEO of MediatorSelect LLC
With Kenneth Cloke, Milan Slama, and Ron Supancic at the SCMA 2015 Conference at Pepperdine University, November 7th, 2015