Training

Mediation Training

Learning to mediate allows you to help disputing parties settle their issues outside of the courtroom. Mediating a dispute of any kind requires a great deal of skill. There are often many issues to address and the mediator must take into account the roles, rights and responsibilities of each party in a dispute.

The goal of mediation is to help disputing parties reach a solution on their own. It gives them control over their situation. Mediation encourages the cooperation and participation of all parties in making the decisions that affect their lives, families, careers and future. As a result, agreements are more likely to be honored by all parties.

Mediation is increasing in popularity and many court systems in Iowa require disputing parties to attempt mediation before moving on to other forms of dispute resolution. If you want to learn the basic theory and skills necessary to formally practice mediation as an expansion of you present professional work, Iowa Mediation Service can help. IMS provides training in Iowa for those who want to understand mediation strategies, negotiation skills and problem-solving techniques to integrate into your practice.

In addition to Mediation Training, IMS also personalizes trainings to businesses and organizations. IMS Trainers meet with the organizations to identify their training needs and develops beginning and advanced programs on subjects such as:

• Conflict Resolution
• Successful Supervision of Employees
• Listening
• Creating a Positive Work Environment
• Understanding Human Behavior Via the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, & Consciousness
• Harassment Prevention
• Transitions: Smoothing the Road to Change
• Parenting
• Skills to Talking About Difficult Issues

To learn more, about how IMS can assist you through mediation training, or any of the above training opportunities, please contact Kiley Mars at 515.331-8081 x206.

Corporate Training

Learning to mediate allows you to help disputing parties settle their issues outside of the courtroom. Mediating a dispute of any kind requires a great deal of skill. There are often many issues to address and the mediator must take into account the roles, rights and responsibilities of each party in a dispute.

The goal of mediation is to help disputing parties reach a solution on their own. It gives them control over their situation. Mediation encourages the cooperation and participation of all parties in making the decisions that affect their lives, families, careers and future. As a result, agreements are more likely to be honored by all parties.

Mediation is increasing in popularity and many court systems in Iowa require disputing parties to attempt mediation before moving on to other forms of dispute resolution. If you want to learn the basic theory and skills necessary to formally practice mediation as an expansion of you present professional work, Iowa Mediation Service can help. IMS provides training in Iowa for those who want to understand mediation strategies, negotiation skills and problem-solving techniques to integrate into your practice.

In addition to Mediation Training, IMS also personalizes trainings to businesses and organizations. IMS Trainers meet with the organizations to identify their training needs and develops beginning and advanced programs on subjects such as:

• Conflict Resolution
• Successful Supervision of Employees
• Listening
• Creating a Positive Work Environment
• Understanding Human Behavior Via the Three Principles of Mind, Thought, & Consciousness
• Harassment Prevention
• Transitions: Smoothing the Road to Change
• Parenting
• Skills to Talking About Difficult Issues

To learn more, about how IMS can assist you through mediation training, or any of the above training opportunities, please contact Kiley Mars at 515.331-8081 x206.